Icey Lemon Limeade

Pardon me for being boring and talking about the weather, but wow – it’s hot outside.

In an effort to avoid having melting children, I experimented one day recently by putting crushed ice into some homemade Lemon Limeade.  The result?  The children didn’t melt and they all loved the treat.  The adults didn’t mind the refreshment either.

Iced Lemon Limeade

8 cups cold water
2 Tablespoons lemon juice
2 Tablespoons lime juice
1/4-1/2 cup real grade b organic maple syrup
2 cups of ice

Place all ingredients into a blender.  Blend on high until ice is crushed and ingredients are well blended.  Serve immediately.

I hope you all have a lovely 4th of July!

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Comments

  1. Sarah says

    I have to ask…is this using real, fresh squeezed juice or the bottled juice? Sadly,I have no fresh lemons or limes…

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    Laura Reply:

    I’ve done both, and either one works!

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  2. Sarah says

    I have to ask…is this using real, fresh squeezed juice or the bottled juice? Sadly,I have no fresh lemons or limes…

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  3. Tracie says

    Mmmmm! Having some right now! My ice melted before I even got the blender going, lol! Still delicious, even though I had to add extra ice after I blended it together! :)

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  4. Naomi says

    I’ve gotta ask – where did you get those jars with rounded bottoms? How do they stand up?

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    Laura Reply:

    They are just regular half pint jars – it must be the angle on the pictures that makes them look like they have rounded bottoms. :)

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  5. Lyndsay says

    This sounds amazing, especially since I am pretty sure the temps here in Nebraska are going to be melting for a while! Thinking Lemon Limeade popcicles also sound like they would be good!

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