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Has the obsession with LaCroix officially gone too far?


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Photo: Instagram/@lacroixwater

Time to have your LaCroix and eat it too?

You may have thought you knew everything there is to know about the latest Whole Foods opening in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, but thanks to the healthy chain, obsessive LaCroix fans can now get their favorite sparkling drink in the form of a cake (when they’re not rapping along to the brand’s new anthem).

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Photo: Twitter/@imbeccable

Earlier this week, Becca Laurie posted a photo on Twitter showcasing the impressive design from the store’s bakery department, featuring a pretty spot-on full-size replication of a LaCroix 12-pack—in what appears to be the lime flavor.

While there’s no actual LaCroix in the cake (we think), it sort pushes that whole is-sparkling-water-unhealthy debate right over the edge, doesn’t it?

No fear, you can always save the cake for a special occasion and wash it down with a tasty, sugar-free beverage—maybe something sparkly?

If you’re looking to mix things up drink-wise, try these 10 trendy beverages that wellness experts love. And if you’re looking for a dessert that won’t break the sugar-bank, these two-ingredient healthy desserts are all the rage this summer.