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12 Unique Lemonade Recipes For Summer

Now that summer is officially here, it’s time to beat the heat with a tall glass of fresh lemonade! But not just any lemonade – we decided to give this classic refreshment a sassy little makeover.

Below, check out not one, not two, but 12 deliciously creative recipes we think you’ll love. A dash of fruit puree here, a splash of sparkling water plus lime there, and voila – summertime perfection!

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Whip up a fresh pitcher of lemonade, then snap a pic and tag us on Instagram @PBteen! We might just regram our faves. 😉 For more fun things to do this summer check out the #pbteenbucketlist here

10 thoughts on “12 Unique Lemonade Recipes For Summer

  1. Yum! Lemonade is probably my favorite summer drink! I thnk I’ll either try the Sparkling Pink Peach Lemonade, the Watermelon Lemonade, or the Pink Lemonade Sherbet Punch for our 4th Of July celebration!

  2. Nice gathering of all these lemonade ideas!! I think it’s the perfect drink for summer and indeed they are all very creative! You could print it as a poster and pin it somewhere in the kitchen!!

  3. Yes please, to the Frozen Lemonade w/ Blackberry Puree. I have fresh-picked blackeberries and was wondering what to do with them.

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  6. Just saw these recipes, look very refreshing, just a quick question though about a couple of them. Two specifically mention ‘simple syrup’ – what is meant by that term? Are you referring to the original lemonade recipe at the top of the list or something else?? Thanks.

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