Photography: Randy Mayor; Styling: Melanie J. Clarke
Yield
16 servings (serving size: 1 cup)

Not too tart, not too sweet, not too watery - here's the perfect recipe for lemonade. To get the most juice out of your lemons, bring the lemons to room temperature before juicing.

How to Make It

Combine juice and sugar in a one-gallon container; stir until sugar dissolves. Stir in water. Serve over ice.

Ratings & Reviews

Lemonade

Bob
October 11, 2015
I used stevia packs / and I had to use about 33 packs

Not Good!!☹️☹️☹️👎👎👎

Tessa
May 03, 2016
Way too sour. It was very watery. When I added more sugar in, it was still too sour. I like to make my own lemonade, but when a friend told me to try this recipe, I was excited. I was very disappointed. This drink that is supposed to be relaxing, attracted bees, mosquitos and flies. I needed to check every time for a bee in my glass. You should take this awful recipe off of your website. I don't mean to be rude, however, this is my opinion, and this lemonade is in a never-again situation.

Refreshing

Deb
July 03, 2015
My teenager thought it could be sweeter but I enjoyed it just as it is - a little tart but delicious. Perfect for drinking on a hot day around the pool.

grad2010's Review

10sFan
August 18, 2009
Perfect on a hot summer day! I thought it was a little sour--but i liked it!