Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

My dietary habits have been lacking as of late, so I'm trying to improve. This smoothie was created this morning with what I had on hand and I loved it. Now, my husband is not much of a fan of bubbly water and he only thought it was so-so. I love the stuff and loved this! I used melon that had been cut into large pieces. If yours are finely chopped I'd use a little less.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place in your blender the cantaloupe, the banana broken into pieces, the grapes, and the seltzer. Blend until they come together as a smoothie. Add a little more seltzer if you need it. Enjoy!


Most Helpful

LOVED your Sweet Fizzy! Definitely a different combo of fruits than I'm used to in a smoothie, but they do go very well together! My banana was already frozen so I only partially froze the grapes ~ Same difference! Now I want to try this with a honeydew melon, as well! Thanks for the recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC cooking game]

Sydney Mike May 13, 2008

Well, I'm glad I saved that lemon-lime seltzer at the back of the fridge! :lol: This is quite refreshing for a hot summer day. I am not a fruit lover, esp. cantaloupe, and I really liked this. Cold and crisp. I will probably try with frozen strawberries too. Have a bunch of those.

WI Cheesehead June 25, 2007

Very good flavor! The grapes I used were very sweety so it definately didn't need any extra sweetener. Strawberries would be good in here too. I added a little extra seltzer after blending because I really liked the fizzy aspect. Good and healthy! Thanks!

SweetySJD June 20, 2007

Join the Conversation

  • all
  • reviews
  • tweaks
  • q & a