Photo By: Renee Comet©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved.
Photo By: Matt Armendariz
Photo By: Matt Armendariz©2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved
Photo By: Tara Donne©FOOD NETWORK :2012, Television Food Network, G.P.
Photo By: Pawel Kaminski
Photo By: Teri Lyn Fisher
Photo By: Stacy Howell
Photo By:Matt Armendariz
Photo By: yia thao
Photo By: Renee Comet©2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved
Something for Everyone
Remember the days when your friendly neighborhood streets were filled with kids running lemonade stands, complete with crafty signs, paper cups and a pitcher of ice-cold lemonade? There’s no reason you can’t drink in that same nostalgic feeling with a glass of sweet, lemony goodness — made right in your very own kitchen. And, even though lemonade is the best summertime drink, many of us only ever make it one way. Fun fact: There are lots different ways to make it! You’ve got your berry-infused versions, frozen kinds made in the blender and even boozy cocktails. However, you can never go wrong with a traditional glass. Ree’s no-fuss, classic lemonade only needs 4 ingredients ― and is ready in just 15 minutes. Better go pick up some lemons!
Get the Recipe:Perfect Homemade Lemonade
Want to make the perfect refreshing lemonade without juicing every lemon in sight? This simple blender lemonade combines just water, sugar and whole lemons. No zesting or even juicing needed! Add fresh berries or mint and in two minutes you can have a frothy drink that’s just right for a day at the pool or as an after-school pick-me-up.
Get the Recipe:Whole-Lemon Lemonade
Have a bag of frozen fruit just sitting in your freezer? Ree uses frozen raspberries to transform a typical pitcher of lemonade into a “berry” good drink. (Keep in mind that the raspberries are tart; be sure to sweeten enough!)
Get the Recipe:Raspberry Lemonade
One sip of Giada’s lemonade will have you wanting even more! Her basil infused simple syrup is not only refreshing but delivers the perfect sweet-to-sour ratio.
Get the Recipe:Italian Lemonade
Boozy Pink Lemonade
A combination of cranberries and lemons make for a nice balance of sweet and sour flavors.
Get the Recipe:Boozy Pink Lemonade
This boozy lemonade is the perfect summer drink for any backyard barbecue or summer celebration. And, it only takes 5 minutes to make!
Get the Recipe:Vodka Lemonade
This fruity twist on the classic includes a homemade blueberry syrup for a additional sweetness.
Get the Recipe:Blueberry Lemonade
Winter Spice Lemonade
While lemonade may be a summer staple, you can easily take this drink into another season with add-ins. This one calls for cinnamon sticks and fresh ginger for a wintery vibe!
Get the Recipe:Winter Spice Lemonade
Pink Lemonade Moscato Punch
While you may favor a yellow lemonade, this pink one will change your mind! Sparkling Moscato and a handful of raspberries add a pretty, rosy hue and an extra refreshing flavor.
Get the Recipe:Pink Lemonade Moscato Punch
Ginger Lemonade Fizz
Ree keeps it light and delicious with a hint of ginger and added club soda.
Get the Recipe:Ginger Lemonade Fizz
Jalapeño Berry Lemonade
Spice things up with Ree’s jalapeño lemonade. It’ll leave your tastebuds tingling all summer long.
Get the Recipe:Jalapeno Berry Lemonade
Sparkling Summer Lemonade
This “berry” light and refreshing drink includes blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and a splash of seltzer ― perfect for a hot summer’s day.
Get the Recipe:Sparkling Summer Lemonade
Frozen Mint Lemonade
This refreshing beverage is pureed with fresh mint leaves (perfect for keeping cool this summer).
Get the Recipe:Frozen Mint Lemonade
Sparkling Bourbon Lemonade
Bobby takes his drink to a whole new level by combining a simple lemonade recipe with hints of mint and oranges for surprising flavor.
Get the Recipe:Sparkling Bourbon Lemonade
Campfire Raspberry Lemonade Cocktails
Not only is this refreshing cocktail simple to serve up at a campsite, but the lemonade ice cubes double as an ice pack in your cooler.
Get the Recipe:Campfire Raspberry Lemonade Cocktails
A cooling treat for hot summer days: Just freeze sweet and tangy lemonade into ice cubes, then blitz into a slushie.
Get the Recipe:Frozen Lemonade
Spiked Strawberry Lemonade
Muddle strawberries with lemon juice and sugar and you’re on your way to a sweet-tart sipper with a kick of vodka.
Get the Recipe:Spiked Strawberry Lemonade
Watermelon Lemonade Slushie
This slushie is as beautiful as it is refreshing. Fresh basil is the secret ingredient: We steep it in a simple syrup (equal parts sugar and water), then remove it before blending the slushie, so it adds a subtle herbaceous note.
Get the Recipe:Watermelon Lemonade Slushie
Sweet Tea Lemonade
Tea lovers, rejoice! This cooled-down version of your favorite cup is also infused with lemon juice ― so you can enjoy on a hot summer’s day.
Get the Recipe:Sweet Tea Lemonade
Strawberry Lemonade Slushes
These festive beverages are so easy and take only 10 minutes to make in the blender.
Get the Recipe:Strawberry Lemonade Slushes
Source: Read Full Article