Lemon, lime and raspberry fizz

Serves: 10
Cooks In: 10 minutes

Lemon, lime and raspberry fizz

Making fizz at home is a fun activity for kids! The beauty of this syrup is that you can add even just a very small amount to sparkling water, so you can control the amount of sugar you’re adding. 

The fizz is great for special occasions like a birthday party – I would serve it with classic homemade fish and chips for a real treat. This herby panko-crumbed fish recipe would be perfect, along with these twice-cooked hand-cut chips, homemade tomato sauce and pink mayo.



Print Recipe

  • juicy lemons 6
  • juicy limes 3
  • water 1 cup
  • frozen or fresh raspberries 1 cup
  • caster sugar 1 cup
  • sparkling water chilled, to serve


  1. Squeeze lemons and limes to make 2 cups juice.

  2. Add to a saucepan with water and raspberries. Mash, then add caster sugar and simmer on a low heat for about 10 minutes until slightly syrupy.

  3. Strain into a glass bottle.

  4. To make up your fizz, add about ¼ cup syrup to a glass and top up with chilled sparkling water.