Fresh Squeezed Honey Lemonade

This honey lemonade is just made to be sitting by the pool and soaking up the sun.

Yes. I know it’s winter. Yes, I am aware of what the temperature is outside. And yes, a girl can dream. Or, at the very least, relive moments from vacationing in the South West where it is nice and warm.

Moving on.

Get some lemons. Get some good quality {and hopefully raw} honey. Pull up a picture of a sunny beach. And enjoy. It’s the perfect cocktail for any stay-cation.

Yields 4-6

Fresh Squeezed Honey Lemonade

10 minPrep Time

10 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1 1/2 cups steaming hot water
  • 1 cup fresh lemon juice, approx. 4-5 lemons, depending on size
  • Ice cubes for serving

Directions

  1. In a heatproof 1-quart pitcher or bowl, combine the honey and hot water and stir until the honey is dissolved.
  2. Stir in the lemon juice.
  3. Add in ice cubes (we used about 20 cubes).
  4. Let cool for at least 10 minutes or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  5. Pour into ice-filled glasses.
  6. Drink up!

Allergen Information

Nightshade free, dairy free, wheat free, gluten free, corn free, soy free, and egg free.

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Emily Levenson is a change agent. She is adept at creating change in her own life and inspires others to do the same. You can find her creating change on the blog, through the Nourish + Flourish podcast, and within the Propelle community.

3 comments / Add your comment below

  1. I can not wait until the weather calls for this recipe. A few years ago we were at the market in Cleveland and had the most amazing lemonade ever - it had vanilla bean infused sugar in it. We've been trying to recreate it since, but I'm thinking that the warmth of the honey might be a great replacement...

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