Strawberry lemonade is a well-balanced beverage because the bitterness of the lemon pith balances the sweetness of the fresh strawberries and the tartness of the lemon juice. Consider this beverage to be the Elle Woods of lemonades. Although it looks lovely in pink, there is a lot going on underneath. That’s because the full lemon is required per the recipe.

Because sweet berries and tart citrus are naturally balanced in this beverage, we also use less sugar. It only requires that you shell the berries and cut the lemons in half to remove the seeds. The rest is handled by your mixer, giving you time to enjoy a fashionable summer day.

How To Find The Best  Strawberry

Look for strawberries that are completely crimson inside and out. Your strawberry lemonade will taste like strawberries since they are the sweetest and juiciest.
Give the lemonade a taste before straining if you end up with berries that are white in the middle.
Add one additional tablespoon of sugar if your berries aren’t sweet.

Ingredients for Strawberry Lemonade

  • 2 thin-skinned lemons
  • 10 ounces or about 2 cups hulled strawberries
  • 1/2 cup of sugar
  • 4 cups cold water, divided
  • Icefor serving (optional)


  1. To get rid of any wax or grime, wash the lemons with warm water. Trim the hard ends of the lemons if it has any. Divide the quarters, and the seeds taken out. Further chop these lemon quarters into chunks. Trim the blossom end of lemons with thick skin or with nubby ends to lessen bitterness.
  2. In the carafe of a blender, combine the prepared lemons, strawberries, sugar, and 2 cups of water.
  3. About 30 seconds on high speed will get the job done.
  4. Utilizing a fine-mesh filter, strain the lemonade into a pitcher. To extract the remaining juice, press the pulp against the strainer with a silicone spatula. You can also throw away the pulp  if you want.
  5. To the lemonade, add the final 2 cups of water. Then blend and stir well. Pour the lemonade over ice and serve chilled.

How to Store

Refrigerate any extra or remaining lemonade in a pitcher or other airtight container. The strawberry lemonade can stay for up to 3 to 4 days. The strained lemonade will separate with the pulp as it is stored. so, make sure you shake and mix the strawberry lemonade well before serving to recombine the drink. You can also add ice for extra freshness and a hydrating touch.

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