Home Made Lemonade
There is nothing quite like a glass of home made lemonade - cool, refreshing and it just tastes so good.
This homemade lemonade recipe is really easy and quick.
You can adjust the quantities of sugar and lemon juice to suit your tastes and it looks great served in tall glasses with lots of ice and a straw.
Ingredients for Home Made Lemonade
Preparation Time: 10 minutes plus cooling time
Serves : 10 small glasses
Equipment : Lemon squeezer, sieve, small saucepan, wooden spoon, jug
- Juice of 4 - 6 large lemons
- 1 extra lemon thinly sliced
- 4 cups cold water
- 4 tablespoons sugar
How to Make Lemonade
- Squeeze the juice from the lemons. Sieve out any pips if necessary and then pour the juice into a serving jug.
- Place the sugar in the saucepan with half cup of the water. Over a low heat, gently dissolve the sugar. Then when it is fully dissolved (usually takes 2-3 minutes) leave it to cool.
- Add the cooled sugar syrup mix to the lemon juice with the remaining water. Add more sugar to taste if necessary and then add the lemon slices.
- Store the lemonade in the fridge until you are ready to use it.
- When you are ready to serve, fill a glass with ice cubes and pour over the lemonade.
This is a delicious drink to serve at any kid's party you have. It's also great for an adult party.
Don't forget to garnish with a slice of lemon and a bendy straw. If you serve it in a tall glass, the kids will think it's a drink for adults and keep coming back for more.
Did You Know
Lemonade is any of various sweetened beverages found around the world, all characterised by lemon flavour.
Most lemonade varieties can be separated into two distinct types: cloudy and clear; each is known simply as "lemonade" (or a cognate) in countries where dominant.
Cloudy lemonade, generally found in North America and India, is a traditionally homemade drink made with lemon juice, water, and sweetener such as cane sugar or honey.
A clear lemonade is a lemon flavoured carbonated soft drink which first appeared in the UK in 1833, and is also sold in Ireland, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. It should not be confused with Sprite, a lemon-lime flavoured soft drink.
source From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kid's Drinks Recipes
If you feel your kids have too many sugary drinks and you want some alternatives, then have a look at these books which is full of healthy but fun smoothies and fruity drinks.
The kids will love them and it will be more entertainment for them at the party.
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