Recipe Monday – Maddie’s Lemonade

My friend, Maddie at http://itsthebestofallpossibleworlds.blogspot.com/, makes the best and easiest lemonade. Whenever my family wants some of it, they ask for Maddie’s Lemonade and so we have dubbed it that name! It is so refreshing and goes great with any summer time meal.

Maddie’s Lemonade

Country Time Pink Lemonade – measure in the cup up to the 2 quart line
Country Time Lemonade (yellow kind) – measure in the cup up to the 2 quart line
2 large naval oranges

In a gallon pitcher, add lemonade mixes. Cut one naval orange in half and squeeze juice over the mix. Add water and stir until mixed well. Slice second orange into thin slices and float on top. I know this sounds so easy and it is but it is also very delicious. The oranges give the lemonade a wonderful flavor. You can half the amounts for a 2 quart but I promise, you will need the gallon. It goes quick!

Comments

  1. Hi Pam, thank you so much for these recipe! We've 40°C, it's hot and a bit of lemonade is going to be fine. I'm going to link you on my blog, hope you don't mind. Hugs, Renata.

  2. Sounds great on this very hot/humid day!!

  3. Yummy! It is actually my sister-in-law Katie who made it first! We all fight over who gets to eat the sliced orange at the end! 🙂

  4. Ooohhh, thanks for sharing — that sounds like a great recipe. I love lemonade and with the oranges — YUM!

  5. Mmmmm, I love a good lemonade! Thanks for posting. 🙂

  6. Thanks a lot! I like oranges and lemons!

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