Sick and Tired of Doing Lemonade the Old Way? Read This!
How many of you sold lemonade at a childhood stand? How much money did you earn? If you’d had these recipes at such a young age, you might have made more! How many books did you read that made you think that a glass of lemonade would quench any thirst? If the old way didn’t quench that thirst, then be sure to try these!
Nicole is an “average food obsessed gal, always thinking about her next tasty bite. Plotting and planning new and creative ways to prepare food for her family.” She has hit a home-run with this sun drenched beverage!
Melanie Kathryn has a great blog with lots of recipes. You’ll love her photography, too!
This is an adult version of lemonade that is to be “sold” at adult-only parties.
Jessie has an incredible background, including graduate work at Cornell. You will love her one bite at a time approach to cooking!
I had to include this recipe from Chungah! She uses “simple, fresh ingredients, and transforms them into sophisticated and elegant meals for the everyday home cook.”
Jenn has developed simple, delicious recipes that everyone can bake and enjoy. Check out her Sprinkles that satisfy a huge sweet tooth!
This may not be lemonade per se, but combining the words peach and margarita are enough to be featured on this site!
Ashley is the baker, cook, and photographer behind this blog. She’s from New York City, but don’t hold that against her! I’m sure the peaches come from Georgia or Alabama!
I found the perfect lemonade on the perfect blog! Elise has everything from Paleo to Gluten Free to Vegan and Low Carb. Whatever you need, you’ll find it here! No matter where you live, lemonade in the summer is the perfect blend of sweet and tart.
I remember the mother of one of my friends used to grimace when talking about certain people from our small town. She would say,
“Oh, she makes my butt want to suck a lemon!”
To this day, I have no idea what that phrase means. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or something atrocious. I know it’s southern and because of the sourness of a lemon, I’m assuming it’s not a good thing. I have to wonder though, what happens with this action? I can only imagine that it’s a burning, acidic, feeling … something like a lemon-water enema. My suggestion…. wrap up in a warm blanket and sleep it off for a few hours. And if that doesn’t work, invite the sourpuss over for a fresh peach margarita on your porch. A good dose of southern hospitality can overcome most butt-sucking-lemon impulses.
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