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This blog makes it simple for newbie creators of non-Gatorade recipes to use the flavors they have on hand without wrecking their recipe. That’s one option. Or if in a cooking mood, see one of our helpful cocktail recipes in a Gatorade-flavored bottle. If you’re a Starbucks-flavor fan, our blog has a nice bar food plan for your syrup-filled caffeinated beverage shop.
What's the best flavor of Gatorade? Or, better put, what's the best color of Gatorade? Because there may be no product on the market -– and certainly no beverage –- that's known better for its colors than its flavor names. Maybe that's because so many of Gatorade's flavor names sound like aggressive two-word descriptions of climbing Mount Everest. Or maybe it's because so many of their flavors don't taste like anything resembling fruit juice, so colors just seem to work better.
Giada De Laurentiis has done it again! The Giada’s Holiday Handbook host is clearly all about taking risks when it comes to cooking for Thanksgiving (crispy turkey bites, anyone?) and her latest dessert recipe falls right into the category of unconventional-yet-completely-delicious. Let’s take a closer look at how she creates the flavor mash-up that is […]
www.ranker.com)This is a list of the best Gatorade flavors, as voted on by people around the world. Not all Gatorade flavors are included in this list because let's face it... some of them have just been awful. But definitely included in this list are new Gatorade flavors, the most popular Gatorade flavor, that light blue Gatorade flavor and even that dark blue flavor. (Source:
We have absolutely no way of proving this, but we suspect the famous baby blue rocks on "Breaking Bad" were somehow inspired by Glacier Freeze Gatorade. They're almost equally addictive, and whoever invented the stuff is an unquestionable master of chemistry. Though Gatorade has a number of flavors colored blue, when people say they want Blue Gatorade, what they're talking about is Glacier Freeze. And God help anyone who mistakes it for Cool Blue. (Source: www.mashed.com)
Glacier Freeze Gatorade might be the only thing on the planet that just tastes like a color. It might also taste like the end of a long run, or a hangover, depending on how you use Gatorade. But ask anyone who's ever cracked open a bottle of this pale blue heaven when their body is criminally dehydrated, and they'd be hard-pressed to tell you the flavor. Maybe a little raspberry, mixed with blackberry? Maybe a mix of chemicals you'd blow up a nursing home to keep secret? It doesn't matter, when you're talking about Gatorade in 2021, you're talking about Glacier Freeze. And anyone who says otherwise may as well just drink tap water.