Homemade Lemonade #summer #drinks

Homemade Lemonade #summer #drinks

I'm the ideal specimen for over-utilization of chocolate chips while covering up in the wash room (the world's littlest storeroom, on the off chance that you give it a second thought, which doesn't trouble me a bit as I pack my entire momma self in there and appreciate somewhat calm sitting over the flour canister). What's more, I'm additionally a genuine admirer of natively constructed lemonade.

There's only something about it that shouts sluggish long stretches of summer, which is an entertaining explanation since I'm not actually the most loosened up individual on the planet. Our mid year days look increasingly like tasks, ventures, plan for the day, perusing, composing exercises, more employments… and after that generally swimming at the network pool. Yet at the same time, hand crafted lemonade is consistently a decent update that late spring is here and intended to be delighted in.

Numerous lemonade plans call for stewing a basic syrup (sugar + water) on the stove. I wouldn't fret doing that now and again, however I was after a hand crafted lemonade formula that didn't require any cooking or cooling or compulsory chilling. What's more, this is the one.

Also try our recipe Frosted Lemonade

Homemade Lemonade #summer #drinks

The easiest and best homemade lemonade ever...and it doesn't require cooking a simple syrup. It is quick, delicious, and perfect!


  •  1 1/2 cups granulated sugar
  •  10 lemons (for 2 cups freshly squeezed lemon juice; use more lemons if needed to get to that amount)
  •  8 cups water
  •  Extra lemon slices for garnish, if desired


  1. Slice two of the lemons into thin slices (try to remove all the seeds and discard).
  2. In a large bowl, using a potato masher, mash the sugar and the lemon slices until the sugar is completely wet, about 1 minute.
  3. Juice the remaining 8 lemons (for 2 cups lemon juice; use more lemons, if needed, to get to that amount).
  4. Add the water and lemon juice to the bowl with the lemon slices and sugar, and stir everything together until the sugar is completely dissolved, 1-2 minutes.
  5. Strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer set over a pitcher or large bowl, pressing on the lemon slices a bit to get as much juice as possible; discard solids.
  6. Chill the lemonade until ready to serve (or serve immediately). Garnish with extra lemon slices, if desired.

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