Welcome to my annual Celebrate Summer Series, where I introduce you to a few of my fellow bloggers and their creative ideas! You are going to LOVE this Homemade Fresh Limeade Recipe from Jessi! Her site, Practically Functional is FULL of delicious recipes and fun DIY!
I’m so thrilled to be celebrating summer today! I’m Jessi and I blog at Practically Functional, a blog about real projects that real people can actually do! I firmly believe that you don’t have to be a pro in order to craft or do DIY projects; Practically Functional is full of projects for everyday life that anyone can do, regardless of skill or experience! All you need to do is follow the step by step instructions in every tutorial, and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions!
Limeade Homemade Recipe
The weather is definitely warming up here in Chicago, and after spending a few hours out in the garden, I can’t think of anything better than an ice-cold refreshing drink! My husband’s absolute favorite is limeade, so I decided to surprise him with a pitcher of it when he got home from work. Limeade is so easy to make, and it’s totally delicious!
Limeade is the perfect summer beverage; it’s tart, sweet, citrusy, and totally refreshing! And when you make it yourself, you can customize it depending on how tart or sweet you prefer it!
How to Make Homemade Limeade
Simple ingredients is all you need.
- lime juice – Fresh or bottled
Follow the Printable Homemade Fresh Limeade Recipe below.
Give it all a stir, add some ice to help keep it cold after you remove it from the fridge, and enjoy!b
Some people like using Simple Syrup to sweeten, you could try it both ways.
Limeade is so easy to make which is great for easy summer entertaining. Refreshing and so nice on a hot summer day!
- 1 C lime juice (about 10-12 limes)
- 1 C sugar
- 5-7 C water
- Create a simple syrup by adding the sugar and 1 C water to a small saucepan.
- Heat the mixture over medium heat, stirring until the sugar is fully dissolved.
- Remove the saucepan from the heat and allow the simple syrup to fully cool.
- Once the syrup is cool, pour it into a pitcher.
- Add the lime juice and an additional 4-6 C water, depending on how tart you want the limeade.
- Refrigerate until cold.
- And that’s it! Give it all a stir, add some ice to help keep it cold after you remove it from the fridge, and enjoy!
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