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Lightly sweetened, fresh squeezed lemonade with a purple twist!MORE+LESS-

Updated December 26, 2014

1 1/4

cups fresh squeezed lemon juice

3

drops purple food coloring

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    In a sauce pan, heat sugar and 1 cup water until sugar is dissolved.

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    Pour lemon juice into a pitcher and add the remaining 5 cups water.

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    Add the heated water and sugar to the pitcher, along with the food coloring and stir.

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    Serve over ice with a grape Twizzler as a straw!

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Lavender Lemonade Recipe

I know using lavender in recipes has been popular for quite awhile, but I guess I missed the boat. Lavender grows well where we live in southeastern Washington state, and we have a couple of beautiful lavender farms we can go visit to harvest fresh lavender. I decided to try this easy lavender lemonade recipe to see what all the fuss was about. It’s now one of my favorite lavender recipes!

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If you’ve never tried lavender lemonade before, it’s really different! My 13-year-old son told me he really liked it but he couldn’t smell it while he was drinking it because it smelled too much like flowers. That cracked me up. I love the smell of lavender.


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May 15 Lavender Lemonade

Looking for something refreshing to sip on a sunny afternoon? This beautiful lemonade is a must try.

I’ve been a big fan of making Lavender Simple Syrup since I realized how easy it is to make. It has been a great addition in baking, glazes and cocktails just like this Lavender Margarita.

This Lavender Lemonade is the perfect non-alcoholic sipper, but it’s also fantastic with a little vodka added. I mean, a little Vodka never hurt anyone…

You can also made this into a sparkling drink by just replacing the water with carbonated water. Either way, you will love it.

INGREDIENTS:

2 cups of lemon juice (about 5-6 lemons)

1/2 cup of lavender simple syrup (see recipe at the bottom of this post)

1 handful of fresh mint leaves

In a large pitcher, add the lemon juice, simple syrup and water. Stir to combine.

Add in a handful of fresh mint and refrigerate for at least one our to infuse.

When ready to serve, pour into glasses and garnish with lemon slices and mint.

Taste and adjust sweetness levels. If you prefer more punch, adjust by adding 1/4 of level juice at a time until desired flavor is reached.

For the Lavender Simple Syrup, combine 1 cup of sugar, with 1 cup of water and 3 tablespoons of dried Lavender into a small pot. On low heat, let simmer until all of the sugar has dissolved. Use a strainer to remove the dried lavender. Let the liquid cool and it's ready to use.


Lavender Lemonade

I’m back from London, and I already miss the Queen, the polite taxi drivers, and Beefeater (the gin… and the red-coated dudes with the bear skin hats).

London is so lovely. The only problem is that I always feel like I’m doing something disastrously rude or uncouth. I don’t hold my fork and knife in the correct hands. I’m not sure if I’m allowed to clink my tea cup. Good grief, I think I just slurped my tea. Holy smokes… that’s the third time I’ve almost been hit by a car. Which way am I supposed to look down the street.

I’m back in Venice where I can put my feet up on things, and slurp whatever I see fit. There’s a super hippie drum circle taking place down the road… no matter what I do, I look pretty posh in comparison.

In honor of thirst and homecomings, I’ve gussied up a pitcher of lemonade using dried lavender. It’s simple and divine. Most likely Queen and drum circle approved.

Lavender into lemonade instead of a sachet.

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Lavender is steeped in a mixture of warm water, sugar and honey.

The slightly brown color behind the dried lavender buds is natural sugar dissolved in water. Honey adds to the color.

This mixture is super fragrant. Spa and nap inspiring.

Let’s play find the kitten nose.

This lavender lemonade is totally going to be a summer staple. Topped with a bit of unsweetened iced tea… it’s just perfect.

Everyone likes their lemonade to taste different. Some like it sweet. Some like it tart. This version leans towards the sweeter side. Feel free to adjust as you find necessary.

Lavender Lemonade

3 heaping tablespoons dried culinary lavender

4 cups water (plus more to your taste)

In a medium pot over medium heat, combine 2 cups water, and sugar. Bring to a boil and stir until sugar is dissolved. Remove from heat. Stir in honey and lavender. Cover and let steep for 10-15 minutes. Strain out lavender and press buds into the bottom of the strainer to release any syrup left behind.

In a large pitcher, combine lemon juice, lavender syrup, and water. Stir and chill. Serve cold, over ice.