15 Luscious Lemonade Recipes (all non-alcoholic)

When life gives you summer, you make lemonade! This roundup up of 15 luscious lemonade recipes, all of which are family approved, is sure to get you excited!

I love a good lemonade. Try these simple drinks ASAP! Easy Homemade Lemonade Recipe, Made to Order Lemonade and Strawberry Lemonade Slushie.

15 Luscious Lemonade Recipes (all non-alcoholic) title page with images of several different types of lemonade

15 Luscious Lemonade Recipes

I can remember the first time that I made homemade lemonade. It was the summer after we were married and we were having friends over for a little party. I made a gorgeous sparkling raspberry lemonade and it was a huge hit. I think I’ve been making fancy lemonade on occasion ever since. Are you a fancy lemonade maker?! Once  you start, you won’t be able to stop. Enjoy!

And in baby news… 4 people that were due the same day or after me have had babies! That means I’m close right?! Nothing else exciting to report 🙂

1. Easy Homemade Lemonade from What The Fork Food Blog

A mason jar of homemade lemonade with a lemon slice and sprig of fresh mint

 2. Blueberry Lemonade from Carmel Moments

 3. Homemade Frozen Lemonade from Some of This and That

A mason jar of homemade frozen lemonade with a straw and lemon slice

 4. Strawberry Lemonade from Creole Contessa

A mason jar of strawberry lemonade with fresh strawberry, lemon slice, and a straw

 5. Raspberry Lemonade from Rasa Malaysia

Two glasses of raspberry lemonade with fresh raspberries and a lemon slice

 6. Lavender Basil Lemonade from Half Baked Harvest

A carafe and four glasses of lavender basil lemonade with fresh basil leaves and fresh lavender on top

 7. Pomegranate Lemonade from Drizzle and Dip

3 glasses of pomegranate lemonade with pomegranate arils and a sprig of thyme

 8. Pink Mint Lemonade from Green Healthy Cooking

Two mason jars of Pink Mint lemonade with striped straws and a lemon slice on the rim of the glass

 9. Brazilian Lemonade from Little Figgy

 10. Triple Berry Lemonade from Feed Me, Seymour

A carafe and two glasses of berry lemonade with fresh berries and lemon slices

 11. Pineapple Lemonade from Damn Delicious

A glass of pineapple lemonade with two straws, fresh pineapple and a lime wedge

12. Fresh Lemon Shake-Ups from Bless this Mess

13. Strawberry Rhubarb Lemonade from Bless this Mess
Two glasses of strawberry rhubarb lemonade surrounded by pieces of rhubarb, lemon halves and a whole strawberry

14. Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade from Cooking Classy
A pitcher of sparkling raspberry lemonade with lemon slices, fresh raspberries and a mint leaves

15. Frosted Blueberry Lemonade from Pinch of Yum
A glass of frosted blueberry lemonade with mint leaves on top

Try these refreshing drinks too:

Stay cool this summer with these 15 luscious lemonade recipes. Kid and family approved!

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We made fresh lemonade at my family reunion last weekend. My aunt pre-squeezed lemons and froze them overnight. She defrosted the lemon juice, and put them into a pitcher with sugar syrup and water without stirring… Big mistake. The sugar didn’t disperse, and so when the people went to the tap for their lemonade, they had a super sour surprise. I took the lemonade to the back and stirred it with a wood spoon and added a little more sugar. I stirred the sugar until it dissolved, and it tasted MUCH better. Rule #1 with lemonade — taste it before you serve it.


I’m trying all of these! Thanks!

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I’m Melissa, and I want to help you feed your family wholesome food.

As a hobby farmer and mom of five, I’m all about keeping it simple in the kitchen. I want healthy meals that feed my family well, and then I want to get back to my (messy) life. Let’s work together to find something yummy for your dinner table.