A perfect thirst-quencher, the best strawberry lemonade is as easy to make as it is beautiful. These easy drink recipes for strawberry lemonade rely on fresh or frozen berries and fresh or frozen lemonade or lemon juice.See Popular Strawberry Lemonade Recipes
Fresh strawberries add a sweet taste and pretty color to this cold summer drink.
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.
Serve this fruit filled drink for a refreshing summer cooler your kids will love.
Fresh strawberries and lemons make pink lemonade that is refreshingly tart and sweet.
This fizzy pink drink is a kid-friendly, real-fruit alternative to bottled pop. For an adults-only version, add two tablespoons of rum, tequila or citrus-infused vodka to each serving or 1 to 11/4 cups to the batch.
Neighborhood lemonade stands, consider yourself warned. Thanks to this collection of fresh and creative lemonade recipes, entrepreneurial kids no longer have the market cornered on this summertime staple. From classic fresh-squeezed lemonade to an adults-only version featuring the Japanese liquor Shochu, these recipes prove that lemons, sugar and water are just the starting point for all sorts of refreshing concoctions.
Enjoy homemade frozen treats including ice cream, gelato, sorbets, and more with these easy recipes. Bonus: Some don't even require an ice cream machine!
Plan your next birthday celebration with 10 celebration-worthy cakes that you can make at home.
Come on. You can't think of one thing to do with watermelon, one of the great summertime dessert favorites (along with strawberry shortcake), other than cut it open, remove the seeds (no spitting them out now, unless your 12 or under), and letting big cool pieces of spongy red fruit melt deliriously in your mouth. Well, that's fun, too, but we would like to present here a host of other possibilities.
Dibs on dessert! Bringing it, that is. I'm sick of always having to bring salads and main courses to potlucks.
I know what you're thinking. You've just read the headline, and right now, you're saying to yourself, "I know how to get an easy frozen dessert -- head to the freezer aisle. Why make one at home?"
When you bring something to a summer potluck cookout, you don't have to worry about nutrition -- unless you're at some kind of Nutrition Potluck, in which case I can't help you. You shouldn't consider calories, either. All that's required of you is that the food you bring be the best anyone's ever tasted.
Quick, name a recipe you make with basil. If this were Family Feud, you know what the number one answer would be, right? Ummm, could it be, pesto?