Whip up a glass of freshly squeezed single serving lemonade in under 5 minutes with just a few ingredients! No sharing required.
Whew! After a week long vacation in Nashville, I’ve been slowly recovering from the food-coma, travel, and airport induced head cold. I tend to pick up some kind of illness every time I step foot in an airport so needless to say, I’ve been popping the vitamins the past few days in hopes it will get kicked to the curb.
Upon arriving home and looking into an empty fridge, I found three sources of substance. Leftover lemon cookies, sandwich bread, and 1 lemon. And since I spent way too much money on eating out while on vacation, I decided it was time to get creative. So I whipped up a peanut butter sandwich, glass of freshly squeezed lemonade, and topped it all off with a few bites of a leftover sugar cookie.
No big pitcher or premade mix required, just some good ol’ water, sugar, and lemon juice to make a nice and refreshing glass of lemonade. The perfect drink to soothe a sore throat on a 90 degree day.
- 1/2 cup hot water
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1/2 cup cold water
- 3 Tablespoons Fresh Lemon Juice About 1 large lemon
- Lots of ice!
- In a large cup, stir the hot water and sugar together until dissolved. (For a less sweet drink, start with 1.5 tablespoons of sugar and add the remaining 1/2 tablespoon at the end if you want it sweeter.)
- Add in cold water and lemon juice.
- Top with ice!
With summer pretty much here (how is tomorrow June?!), I anticipate lots of lemonade in my future. As a wise ol’ man once said, “Where there is heat, there shall be lemonade…”