Lemonade Straight

Lemonade Straight

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Tyler Hamlett


I was bored and made Lemonade but wanted to make the fresh kind you get at the carnival so I experimented with measurements and truly think this is the best way to make Lemonade if you don't like the taste of the powdered stuff. I hope this counts for a grade Mrs.K lol.


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4 - 5 full glasses
2 Min
5 Min
No-Cook or Other


How to Make Lemonade Straight


  1. You will be making Simple Syrup. Prepare your 1 Cup of Sugar and 1 Cup of Water and pour into a pot on Medium High until boiling and all the sugar has dissolved. Set aside in freezer to cool until Step 3.
  2. Cut 4 Lemons in half. After this, juice the Lemons with a lemon/orange juicer. Save 2 Lemon halves for Step 3
  3. Take out a pitcher (preferably 2 Liters) and fill with Water. Then add all the Lemon juice. After you want to add the Simple Syrup to taste and stir. Add the 2 Lemon halves and enjoy!

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About Lemonade Straight

Course/Dish: Non-Alcoholic Drinks
Main Ingredient: Coffee/Tea/Beverage
Regional Style: American
Hashtag: #lemonade

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