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How To Make Lemonade

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Lemonade is one of the most refreshing drinks out there for a hot summer day and you can make it yourself really easily and quickly.

5-Minute Crafts has chosen the recipes for sweet lemonades that you can make in a matter of minutes.

Kitchen tools

To make lemonade, you need:

  • Glasses
  • A jar
  • A muddler
  • An ice cube tray

Ingredients

  • Lime

  • Mint

  • Ice

  • Powdered sugar

  • Sparkling water

How to make

1. Cut the lime in half.

2. Squeeze out the juice.

3. Add a lime that has been cut into slices.

4. Add mint.

5. Add powdered sugar.

6. Crush all the ingredients with a muddler or cocktail masher.

7. Add ice.

8. Add sparkling water.

9. Stir the lemonade.

10. Serve it cold, decorate it with fruit, and don’t forget about a straw.

Other lemonade recipes

1. Watermelon lemonade

  • Cold watermelon cut into cubes — 6 parts
  • Water — 4 parts
  • Fresh lemon juice — 1 part
  • Sugar — 0.5 parts
  • Ice
  • Mint for decoration

Blend the watermelon in a blender, mix with the other ingredients and serve it cold.

2. Classic lemonade

  • Sugar — 2 parts
  • Lemon juice — 1.5 parts
  • Water — 8 parts

Mix all the ingredients, serve cold.

3. Strawberry lemonade

  • Strawberry — 8 berries
  • Sugar — 1.5 parts
  • Fresh lemon juice — 2 parts
  • Water — 7 parts

Add the strawberries, sugar, and one part of water, blend in a blender to make juice. Mix it with the other ingredients.

4. Brazilian lemonade

  • Lime — 2 whole limes
  • Sugar — 0.5 parts
  • Condensed milk — 3 tbsp
  • Water — 3 parts
  • Ice — 2 parts

Grind the limes and mix with the other ingredients. Serve with ice.

Recommendations

  • Keep the prepared lemonade in the fridge.

  • If you don’t want to go through the process of making it every time, you can prepare all the ingredients and just add sparkling water.

  • You can store the drink in a bottle with a closed lid for 7 days.

  • To decrease the number of calories, you can add a sugar substitute instead of real sugar.

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