The perfect tangy lemonade drink calls for fresh lemon juice. Open a homemade lemonade stand with fruity drinks that promise a pucker. These easy drink recipes include strawberry lemonade and lemonade fizz, as well as the traditional lemonade we love.See Popular Lemonade Recipes
Lime juice and lemonade blend nicely with the sweet taste of fresh basil leaves in this summertime drink. Slices of lemon add a finishing touch.
This festive lemonade is deliciously refreshing and makes an attractive addition to your table or picnic.
Fresh strawberries add a sweet taste and pretty color to this cold summer drink.
For best results, use fresh-squeezed lemon juice in this puckery-sweet drink recipe. Be sure to try the peachy version too.
Forget soda and sports drinks. When the summer sun is working overtime, the one thing that really hits the spot is a tall glass of frosty lemonade. Can't you just see it there, perched atop the table next to your lawn chair? What are you waiting for? If your tongue wasn't so parched, it would tell you it wants you to master how to make lemonade-- ASAP!
This drink is loaded with fresh fruit, much more nutritious than soda or bottled fruit drinks. Each serving meets the daily recommendation for vitamin C.
Enjoy this chilled lemon, orange, and lime drink with or without alcohol.
Make this frothy green drink recipe for a Halloween party.
Serve this island-inspired adults-only alcohol-spiked blend of lemonade, apricot nectar, pineapple juice, and ginger ale at a summer cookout. For an nonalcohol version of the drink recipe, leave out the vodka.
Fresh berries and limes make this summer drink extra special.
We used both lemons and limes to make this chilled berry-spiked drink.
There is nothing like a pitcher of refreshing lemonade on a hot summer day. Garnish this kid-favorite recipe with lemon slices.
Take lemonade to the tropics with a touch of coconut syrup and fresh berries. It's a refreshing summer drink for outdoor parties.
A favorite among kids and adults, there's nothing more refreshing on a hot afternoon than a glass of strawberry lemonade. Try the make-ahead recipe directions to prepare for potlucks and barbecues.
Packed with vitamin A and C, this is a great drink to have on hand. Make a double batch and store in the refrigerator up to one week.
For this refreshing drink, we combined fresh squeezed lemon juice and a quick sugar syrup. Fresh mint ice cubes add a hint of crisp flavor.