Impress guests or jazz up your kid's lemonade stand with these simple, updated lemonade recipes.
Cost per serving: 88¢
This Sweet Tea Lemonade adds a special (and refreshing!) touch to an outdoor gathering.Tip: Rolling a lemon on a countertop while pressing down on it allows you to extract more juice.
See recipe: Sweet Tea Lemonade
Cost per serving: 67¢
Quench your thirst with this refreshing beverage. You can make the recipe with different teas; for a berry flavor, substitute Raspberry ZInger for the Orange Spice.
See recipe: Spiced-Tea Lemonade
A bag of frozen raspberries take this lemonade to the next level.
See recipe: Raspberry Lemonade
This year, make your 4th of July celebration even sweeter with a sweet-tart watermelon lemonade.
See recipe: Land of the Free Lemonade
Fresh ginger gives this lemonade its unique flavor, while using frozen lemonade concentrate keeps preparation super simple.
See recipe: Ginger Lemonade
This icy thirst-quencher is perfect on any hot day.
See recipe: Frozen Lemonade
For a tangy alternative to soda, quench your thirst on a warm spring afternoon with this refreshing strawberry beverage. Or
serve it at a book club gathering or weekend get-together to liven up the party.
See recipe: Strawberry-Lemon Fizz
Bring 6 cups water, 1 1/2 cups sugar and 1/4 tsp. salt to a boil in a pan over high heat, stirring occasionally. Remove pan
from heat, cover and let stand for 10 minutes. Puree 4 cups chopped watermelon in a blender with 1 cup water. Pour syrup and
watermelon puree through a strainer into a pitcher. Stir in 2 cups lemon juice (from about 8 lemons). Serve over ice. Makes