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Berry and Lemonade Float recipe

Berry and Lemonade Float recipe

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A super-delicious non-alcoholic drink. Use the best quality vanilla ice cream you can find.

5 people made this

IngredientsServes: 2

  • 4 cherries
  • 4 blueberries
  • 2 tablespoons raspberry syrup
  • 500ml still lemonade
  • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream

MethodPrep:1min ›Ready in:1min

  1. Place 2 cherries and 2 blueberries in each tall glass. Measure 1 tablespoon of raspberry syrup into each glass. Gently pour in the lemonade. Top each glass with a scoop of ice cream.

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by Jacqueline Bonnie

Best drink I've had in a long while, I don't even like lemonade but this was delicious. I did however replace raspberry syrup with strawberry syrup, and I added some of the matichino cherry juice as well. It was soooo good. I had a friend over who tried it with me and he liked it also. I now call it the love drink. he seemed to like me a little bit more after he drank it... then again he likes cheries and lemonade.very good recipe-09 Oct 2007

Patriotic Lemonade Shooters Recipe

This July 4th celebrate your independence with these tasty Patriotic Lemonade Shooters. Red, White, and Berry flavored vodka is mixed with lemonade and served in a patriotic decorated shot glass.

These tasty Patriotic Lemonade Shooters are perfect for your next July 4th BBQ. Your guests will love drinking these yummy lemonade-flavored shooters.

You can use these red, white, and blue shots to celebrate the holiday. With the Fourth of July just around the corner, it&rsquos time to start planning your barbecue menu.

We&rsquore going to take you back in history with a recipe for patriotic lemonade shooters that are so delicious and refreshing! With easy-to-find ingredients, these little guys can be whipped up in no time at all.

These two-ingredient shooters are easy to throw together. You just need some flavored vodka and lemonade. You&rsquoll have plenty of time to make other recipes for your holiday party.

In about 15 minutes, you&rsquoll have a berry lemonade flavored shot ready to enjoy!

Blueberry Lemonade

I’ve been blessed to live in California for the last 14 years, leaving me to eat blueberries all year long. But when I saw the huge buy-one-get-one-free blueberry sale at my local grocery store, I stocked up on 6 pounds of blueberries. I may have been overjoyed and way too ambitious thinking that I could eat all of it.

So when life gives you blueberries, well, you make blueberry lemonade.

It’s definitely an unconventional lemonade but after making strawberry lemonade and raspberry peach lemonade, I just wanted to try something really different.

And boy, was I in for a treat. With a simple homemade blueberry syrup, this drink could not get any easier. It’s wonderfully fruity and sweet from the plump juicy blueberries with just enough of a tart kick. And it’s really the perfect way to cool down on a hot day. Plus, if you’re anything like me, well, you’ll sneak in some vodka for an adult-style lemonade!

Lemonade Float Bar

I obviously have lemonade on the brain lately. Last week I posted about how to create a flavored lemonade bar, and this week I’m doing a little bit of a different take with a lemonade float bar.

These lemonade floats combine the delicious tart taste of homemade lemonade with the classic summer sweetness of vanilla ice cream. You can’t really go wrong with lemonade and ice cream right?

For my lemonade float bar, I made some regular lemonade as well as some strawberry lemonade. They’re both delicious – it’s just a matter of your preference. I like adding some fresh fruit to the drink too and just scoop them up at the end. The great thing with putting out a beverage bar is that everyone can customize their own!

If you want to add a little extra decor to your lemonade bar, I also have some cute lemonade bar printables that you can use.

These lemonade floats make the perfect drink for those lazy summer days. Now I just have to wait for the sunny weather to come back. The rain started to come down just as I finished taking photos!

Ingredients of Berry Lemonade

  • 2 cup mixed berries
  • 350 ml concentrated lemonade
  • 1 litre club soda
  • 2 sprigs mint leaves
  • 2 cup water
  • 2 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 cup ice cubes

How to make Berry Lemonade

Step 1 Wash the berries

Wash the berries and drain the excess water. To retain their texture, refrigerate.

Step 2 Blend all the ingredients

In a blender, puree the berries and water. Add lemonade and sugar in the berry mixture. Stir until sugar dissolves.

Step 3 Add soda and serve chilled

Top up with club soda. Garnish with lemon slices and mint leaves. Serve chilled.

Recipe Summary

  • 7 cups cold water, divided
  • 2 cups white sugar
  • 1/2 cup dried butterfly pea flowers
  • 4 cups ice, divided
  • 2 ¼ cups fresh lemon juice

Heat 3 cups water and sugar in a saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring, until sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and stir in flowers steep for 10 minutes. Strain add 1 cup ice and stir until ice melts and mixture is chilled.

Pour remaining water and lemon juice into a small pitcher.

To serve, pour about 3/4 cup flower syrup into tall, ice-filled glasses. Top with about 3/4 cup lemon mixture stir to combine.

Recipe Summary

  • 14 cups water
  • 3 cups sugar
  • 24 lemons
  • 12 cups fresh raspberries
  • 4 cups sliced fresh, hulled strawberries

For simple syrup: In a large saucepan heat 3 cups of the water and the sugar over medium heat, stirring until dissolved. Let cool.

Juice 20 lemons. (You should have 4 cups juice.) Slice remaining lemons.

For raspberry puree: In a food processor process 8 cups of the raspberries in batches until smooth. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve.

For lemonade concentrate: In a gallon container stir together simple syrup, lemon juice, and raspberry puree. Chill, covered, 4 to 24 hours.

In a 2-gal. jar stir together concentrate, remaining 11 cups water and 4 cups raspberries, and fruit slices. Serve over ice.

Homemade Lemonade Recipe with Superfoods

We are make it homemade kinda folks and love to do things from scratch utilizing wholesome organic ingredients and natural sweeteners.

We create our own homemade nut milks as well as kombucha, kefir and rejuvelac. It's not only more cost effective than buying commercially manufactured products, but it's significantly more nutritious than consuming mass produced beverages intended to render a uniform end result with a longer shelf life.

Making a homemade lemonade recipe is the perfect opportunity to add in a higher class of foods, herbs and super fruits and really use the drinks you consume as your medicinal aids.

In addition, you can also tailor the recipe using different combinations of natural sweeteners to get just the right amount of sugar content for your unique conditions and health goals. We use raw honey, along with a blend of stevia and/or lakanto to help lower the glycemic index a bit.

Benefits of Superfoods in Goji Berry Lemonade

Schizandra berry - is a blood purifier and liver cleanser, useful as a "beauty tonic" for promoting youthful, supple skin. Schizandra is also a powerful rejuvenating fruit for the eyesight, known to increase range of vision and clear the eyes of redness. Used as an herbal adjunct for treating liver disease (hepatitis), the teas or extracts help to protect the liver from toxins primarily due to its high amount of antioxidants and lignan compounds.

Goji - is abundant in polysaccharides that help to fortify the immune system and have shown to be effective in raising the health enhancing antioxidants superoxide dismutase and zeaxanthin. Goji is very high in beta-carotene and also a good source of vitamin C. The berries are tonifying to the liver and kidneys and are good dietary superfood for anemic individuals. Goji and schizandra are both powerful adaptogens and tonic berries, traditionally used together throughout Chinese herbal history in tea formulations.

Aloe Vera Gel - is cooling to the body and soothing to the digestive tract. Aloe is high in MSM content or plant-based sulfur and not only softens and beautifies the skin when applied directly, but also heals from the inside out, moisturizing and nourishing the skin when consumed. We also use fresh filleted gel in our charcoal lemonade recipe for its effects as a mild laxative.

Camu Camu Berry - is one of the highest sources of Vit. C and excellent for the nervous system, brain, skin and eyes. It is useful for the biosynthesis of collagen, L-carnitine as well as certain neurotransmitters needed for optimal brain function. Vit. C deficiency can cause various symptoms like bruises, weak connective tissues, mental weariness and general fatigue.

Marine Phytoplankton - This is an optional ingredient, but really works to boost the mineral content of your drink immensely. Adding a few drops of marine phytoplankton, a form of oceanic microalgae, will change the bright goji-orange color of your lemonade, but will give you very energizing side-effects.

1. In a blender, combine the berries, lemonade concentrate and syrup. Blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into a large pitcher. Add the water and stir, then refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Pour the lemonade into ice-filled glasses and serve.

Vanilla Simple Syrup (Makes 1 cup)

1. In a small saucepan, over medium heat combine the sugar, water, vanilla bean seeds, and vanilla pod. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to a simmer. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the sugar has dissolved, about 5 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and allow the syrup to cool, about 20 minutes. Strain before using.

5 Simple Ingredients

It’s just a few simple ingredients, but thrown together with some ice – it’s perfectly sweet, with just the right amount of tanginess that you expect from a summer drink.

For this recipe, all you need are these 5 ingredients:

  • Lemon-lime flavored soda (I used a lemon-lime Mountain Dew for a little afternoon pick me up, but you could use Sprite or whatever brand you prefer – with or without calories)
  • Lemon juice (I think fresh is best, but you could easily use store-bought lemon juice, too)
  • Granulated sugar (you could omit this, I just added it for extra sweetness because I know Sonic’s slushes are REALLY sweet)
  • Strawberries (I used fresh here, too, but you could easily use frozen strawberries for a thicker slush)
  • Ice cubes (more or less depending on how thick you want your slush to be – we usually use about 3 cups)

Sonic’s Newest Slush Float Combines Lemonade, Ice Cream And Fresh Strawberries

Nothing beats the summer heat like your favorite ice cream — unless, of course, you mix that ice cream with something else, like lemonade.

Sonic is doing just that with a new triple-layered float that not only comes with frozen lemonade but also vanilla ice cream and berries.

The fast-food chain’s new lemonberry slush float is made with a layer of frozen lemonade slush on the bottom, a middle layer of their soft-serve ice cream, and then is topped off with real strawberries. You can find it at Sonic locations nationwide now through Aug. 2, and a medium costs $2.99.

Sonic’s new brownie batter and yellow cake batter shakes are also available through Aug. 2. Plus, they have a variety of milkshakes and 12 other kinds of slushes, including a candy slush that comes in either blue raspberry or grape and has Nerds candies mixed in.

They’ve also brought back their BBLT for a limited time, which has six slices of bacon, tomatoes, lettuce and mayonnaise and looks like it would pair perfectly with just about any shake or float.

Don’t have a Sonic near you? Making your own float, slushie or milkshake is not as daunting as it may sound. You’ll just need a blender for milkshakes, but if slushies are more your thing, you can buy a slushie machine to whip them up quickly and easily.

There are plenty of recipes out there, like this copycat Chick-Fil-A frosted lemonade that is sure to cool you down, or this watermelon lemonade slush recipe. If you’d rather use ice cream, Disney shared the recipe for their famous peanut butter and jelly milkshake, and that looks like a must-try.

Of course, summer also means it’s time for frozen cocktails, so check out these White Claw slushes, this refreshing slush made with watermelon, vodka and prosecco and this delicious raspberry bourbon float.

Watch the video: Home Cafe Tutorials. How to Make and Shoot Berry-ade Float (January 2022).