It’s the season of lemons. The bittersweet taste of Lemonade has a magical refreshing ability during the hottest months of the year. Enjoy one of these fantastically refreshing twists on traditional lemonade recipes.
I love stopping at Lemonade stands and supporting little entrepreneurs. Help them twist things up this summer, and see if a differently flavored lemonade pulls in more customers. Host a stand every weekend, and see how many repeat customers you get. Or just make these lemonade recipes to enjoy on your porch while the kids get their energy out.
It turns out you can add just about any fruit to some lemons and sugar and end up with a refreshing drink. So if plain old lemon lemonade isn’t your fancy, twist it up with one of these recipes. From color-changing slushie to directions on canning your own for year round pleasure, I’m positive you will find a recipe on this list to make over and over again.
Strawberry Lemonade Concentrate – Home Maid Simple
Strawberry Lemonade Mojito Mocktail – Greta’s Day
Watermelon Lemonade – Eating on A Dime
Copycat Chik-fil-a Frosted Lemonade – Greta’s Day
Mint Infused Lemonade – Thrifty Jinxy
Lemonade with Stevia – Confessions of an Overworked Mom
Pomegranate Lemonade – Home Maid Simple
Blueberry Lemonade – Art from My Table
Sugar-Free Lemonade Frosty – Nana’s Little Kitchen
Fizzy Cherry Lemonade Cooler – Blackberry Babe
Sparkling Raspberry Mint Lemonade – Tastes of Lizzy T
Peach Lemonade – Southern Plate
Honey Lavender Lemonade – SueBee
Galaxy Color-Changing Lemonade Slushie – the Flavor Bender
Cherry Lemonade – Pizzazzerie
Last year I flew out to Colorado to spend a girls weekend with my mom, aunts, and cousins. We had such a blast, but the theme was all about making life good, no matter what. We used Alex Boye’s song Lemonade as inspiration, and my cousins put together these cute gift bags for us all. Now, whenever I drink a glass, I can’t help but think of the awesome weekend we had.
Whatever the occasion for making Lemonade this summer, make sure you have some fun! Enjoy a little Alex Boye.