Blueberry Lemonade Recipe
Making blueberry lemonade doesn’t have to be difficult. This super easy blueberry lemonade recipe is a breeze, it’s refreshing, delicious, and great to enjoy all summer long.
Lemonade recipes are a great way to have a sweet treat and a refreshing drink all in one. If you’ve never made any homemade lemonade you’ll want to try out some of my tasty concoctions.
I really love making The Most Refreshing Strawberry Lemonade With Blueberries as well as Strawberry Lemon Water for a treat in the warmer summer months…and also in the winter when I need a taste of summer to carry me through!
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Lemonade is refreshing but this one is also packed with antioxidants thanks to the blueberries! My blueberry lemonade recipe is delicious and packed with fresh fruit so you can enjoy a sweet treat with some vitamins and minerals included.
If you have any summer parties or backyard BBQ’s to throw or attend you’ll want to try out this recipe. Blueberry lemonade is a great treat that adults and kids alike can enjoy. With just a few simple ingredients you can be on your way to serving up everyone’s new favorite recipe.
For this really easy blueberry lemonade recipe you will need sugar, blueberries, lemons, water, and a cheesecloth to strain your mixture before drinking. That’s all this recipe calls for. Of course you can read on to find some of our other kitchen favorites for making drinks too!
You can use fresh blueberries for this recipe if you need to use frozen you can try that out but I usually try and make sure I can get fresh ones for the best flavor and color!
Let’s dive in and see how easy it is to make this super easy lemonade. You’ll love this blueberry lemonade recipe once you give it a try and I promise, it’s very simple to make.
Heat 1 cup of sugar and one cup of water in a medium saucepan over medium heat, until sugar is dissolved.
Add blueberries and bring to a boil.
Simmer for 4 minutes, then strain blueberry juice through a cheesecloth or fine mesh strainer.
Discard blueberries, and let the juice cool.
Cut lemons in half and juice them. Set juice aside.
In a large pitcher, add blueberry juice, lemon juice, ½ cup sugar and 5 cups of water. Stir very well.
(Optional) Add fresh blueberries and lemon slices to pitcher.
Let chill, and serve over ice.
This recipe is made to my desired sweetness, but you may reduce the sugar by ½ cup for a more tart lemonade, or add an extra ½ cup for a sweeter lemonade. I’d always suggest that you make it less sweet to start and then add more if you need to, it’s easier to make it more sweet than less sweet as you go!
If you make it too sweet you can always add more lemon juice and water to cut the sweetness a bit, keep that in mind if you find it’s too sweet!
It’s never a bad idea to have some of these kitchen essentials on hand. They’ll come in handy for making more than just this blueberry lemonade recipe, I promise!
You’ll want a good whisk that you like, a pitcher is also great for serving up these delicious beverages! I like to have serving glasses and straws on hands as well.
You might also like to have a muddler on hand for making drink recipes. I also like to keep a frother on hand when I’m making a lot of tasty beverages.
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You should also try these other festive options for the summer months: Red White and Blue Jello Ribbon Salad, Red White and Blue Cupcakes, 4th of July Poke Cake Recipe.
Printable Blueberry Lemonade Recipe:
Blueberry Lemonade Recipe
- 1 ½ cups sugar, divided
- 1 cup blueberries
- 6 lemons
- Cheesecloth or fine mesh strainer
- Heat 1 cup of sugar and one cup of water in a medium saucepan over medium heat, until sugar is dissolved.
- Add blueberries and bring to a boil.
- Simmer for 4 minutes, then strain blueberry juice through a cheesecloth or fine mesh strainer.
- Discard blueberries, and let the juice cool.
- Cut lemons in half and juice them. Set juice aside.
- In a large pitcher, add blueberry juice, lemon juice, ½ cup sugar and 5 cups of water. Stir very well.
- (Optional) Add fresh blueberries and lemon slices to pitcher.
- Let chill, and serve over ice.
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