There is just nothing that says summer like a nice cold glass of fresh lemonade.
I am a lemonade lover. There is just nothing better to cool you off and perk you up on a hot day.
And all the yummy things you can do with lemonade: lemon-limeade, lemonade popsicles, raspberry lemonade, strawberry lemonade. . . .
I love homemade lemonade but I can’t stand the gritty texture of dissolved sugar in my glass. I also hate it when there’s sludge at the bottom (ick).
You can only imagine how happy I was to find this great recipe for lemonade syrup. My preference is definitely for fresh-squeezed lemons, but you could use commercial lemon juice in a pinch.
Since I am a fan of “pulpy” lemonade, I have been known to scoop out some of the lemon pulp and stir it into my glass. That’s your call, though.
I love this so much that one year I made it for our church’s camp fundraiser. I think I ended up with 5 quarts of syrup–all from fresh-squeezed lemons.
Nope, I won’t be doing that again any time soon, but it sure was a hit!
So to celebrate the start of summer, here’s my recipe for lemonade syrup that’s sure to please. To download a printable recipe card, just click on the little download icon below the recipe.
This sounds great! I was thinking of making massive amounts of it this summer! LOVE really good lemonade!
I’m very partial to mint lemonade, a staple here in the middle east. It smells and tastes SO fresh and is a perfect way to cool down in the heat.
I think mint would definitely be the perfect complement to a great lemonade. We have fresh mint growing here; I’ll have to try adding some to my next batch.
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