Summer Recipe

It’s close on to summer now and we’re already having those super hot days here. Afternoon thunderstorms are almost a daily occurrence here too. A lot of sun, a little rain, lightning and thunder make up the days of summer here in Florida. We also have entered, as of June 1, hurricane season.

For those hot days, here’s a summer cooler:

ingredients:

6 lemons
2 quarts of water
sugar to taste- I start with 1/2 cup and test it for tartness- (or you can use Splenda or other substitute)
1 pint of strawberries (de-headed and cut into chunks)

directions:Lemon

Squeeze the juice from the lemons and add to the 2 quarts of water. Add the sugar and after cutting up the strawberries, add the chunks to the mix. You’ll have a lovely strawberry lemonade and the flavors will mix nicely and when you finish your drink, you’ll have some sweet strawberries to munch on. images

variation:

Add the juice of 4 limes for a twist
OR add your favorite liquor for a bit of a kick.

Enjoy your June!

15 responses to “Summer Recipe

  1. ummmmm, yummmy. I love flavored lemonade. We have a favorite bar & grill we go to that has mango lemonade.

  2. This sounds great. Perfect for a hot summer afternoon. And Jillian? I”ll be praying Florida doesn’t get hurricanes this year like Oklahoma is getting tornadoes. Sigh. What’s the hurricane season prediction?

  3. Just reading your recipe is making my mouth water, Jillian. I’m definitely going to try this πŸ™‚ Stay safe.

    • Awesome Tricia. Hope you like it. Another great thing to do is plain water in a gallon jug and add cut up strawberries, cucumber OR watermelon. It’s very light and refreshing. We do that at the office all summer long.

  4. Mouth watering recipe indeed. Will have to pass on the strawberries, will try it with cherries instead. Hope hurricanes bypass you all and you have a safe, lovely summer. πŸ™‚

  5. Valerie J. Patterson

    Sounds refreshing! πŸ˜› Watermelon water? Hmm, something to consider. πŸ˜› Stay safe this hurricane season, too.

  6. Am tempted with the watermelon. Will definitely be trying that one!

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