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Easy and Simple Healthy Lemonade Recipe

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4-5 Servings


4-5 Servings

About the Recipe

Ah, lemons! The bright yellow citrus fruit that is oh-so-versatile. Lemons belong to the Rutaceae family and are a hybrid of citron and bitter orange. They come in different types, including Eureka, Lisbon, Meyer, and Femminello, each with a slightly different taste and acidity level.

Lemons have a sour, acidic taste that is similar to limes and grapefruits. They pair well with sweet and savoury dishes alike and can add a refreshing zing to everything from cocktails to seafood.

Nutritionally, lemons are a great source of vitamin C, which can help boost your immune system and promote healthy skin. They also contain antioxidants that can help protect against disease and inflammation. And the best part? A single lemon only contains about 24 calories, making it a guilt-free addition to any dish or drink.

So go ahead, squeeze some lemon juice on your salad, add it to your water, or use it to make a tangy marinade. Your taste buds and your body will thank you! But for now, let's try this lemonade recipe.


  • 4-5 lemons

  • 4 cups of water

  • Stevia or honey to taste

  • Ice cubes

  • Lemon slices and mint leaves for garnish


  1. Squeeze the juice out of the lemons into a pitcher.

  2. Add water to the pitcher and mix well.

  3. Add stevia or honey to taste and mix well.

  4. Add ice cubes to the pitcher and mix well.

  5. Pour the lemonade into glasses and garnish with lemon slices and mint leaves.


  • If you want to make this recipe sweeter, you can add more stevia or honey.

  • You can also use other sugar-free sweeteners like erythritol or monk fruit sweeteners.

  • For a fancier look, you can rim the glasses with salt or sugar.

  • If you want to get creative, you can add other fruits like strawberries or raspberries to the lemonade.

  • This lemonade is best served cold, so make sure to chill it in the fridge before serving.

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