Fruit Infused Honey Lemonade #Recipe

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Yesterday, I shared about our recent #DisneySide party, and mentioned the awesome lemonade recipe I made for the mommies who came with their girls. I hope you’re excited (I sure am), because I’m sharing my original recipe for Fruit Infused Honey Lemonade with you today!

Fruit-Infused Honey Lemonade #Recipe | Alena Belleque

I saw a similar recipe somewhere in a book ages ago, and have been dying to try out my own version. I wanted to offer my adult guests something other than cupcakes and water (because frosting and sprinkles are enough mess for preschoolers, that’s why), so I used my friends as guinea pigs surprised my friends with this yummy, refreshing beverage while the girls decorated their cupcakes.

It’s a super easy and quick recipe you can whip up in minutes!

I prepared this recipe on an individual basis, since I only needed three glasses of lemonade, but the recipe at the end of this post is setup to make a large pitcher of lemonade all at once. Here’s how I did it quick and easy for just three people, if you find that works better for your needs, or want to test this out by yourself before making a full batch…

1. Set out three glasses (I used clear disposable tumblers) and fill with four to six ice cubes, each.

2. Add six to ten frozen blueberries and raspberries (any berry-sized fruit or pieces of fruit will work).

3. Squeeze the juice of one small lemon into each cup (watch out for seeds).

4. Melt one tablespoon of honey (I prefer local raw honey) for five seconds in the microwave, divide and drizzle over the contents of each cup.

5. Stick your cups in the freezer for ten to fifteen minutes, allowing the mixture to become mostly solid (it’s okay to let it freeze completely if your time frame demands it).

6. When you’re ready to serve your guests, remove the cups from the freezer a few minutes ahead of time, then fill with cold water.

7. Serve with a straw or stir stick so your guests can blend the flavors as the infused ice melts.


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Fruit Infused Honey Lemonade #Recipe
Recipe type: Beverage
Serves: 1 gallon
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  • 12-16 ice cubes
  • 1 c. frozen berries (or other fruit, diced small)
  • 1 c. freshly squeezed lemon juice (about 6 lg. lemons)
  • ¼ c. local raw honey, melted
  1. Add ice cubes and berries (or other fruit) to a large pitcher or gallon jar.
  2. Pour freshly squeezed lemon juice over the ice and fruit.
  3. Melt the honey in the microwave for 10-15 seconds, until liquid.
  4. Drizzle melted honey over mixture.
  5. Place pitcher or jar into the freezer for 10-15 minutes, until slushy.
  6. Fill the pitcher or jar with cold water, and stir.
  7. Serve over ice cubes if desired.
  8. Enjoy!

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68 comments on “Fruit Infused Honey Lemonade #Recipe”

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) said:

    I love easy to make treats like this! It’s a perfect summer time drink!

    1. Definitely! This was my first beverage attempt, so I’m pretty thrilled with the results.

    2. I agree, it screams SUMMER!! Hooray!

  2. Daisy said:

    This sounds really cool. I need to give this a try, especially with some local honey since that helps with allergies, but then in this recipe since it sounds so good!

    1. Have at! That’s why I use local honey, too.

  3. Mmmm, the addition of honey is a great idea. I need to try this one, sounds delicious!

    1. The honey really gave it an extra punch of summery goodness.

  4. Jennifer said:

    That sounds delicious. I think the would be great when I’m sick as well. Thanks!

    1. It’s definitely a great option for easing sore throats. You could ease back on the lemon a little, and add more honey, and you’d have a great throat-coat drink!

  5. Oh that lemonade sounds so refreshing! And I love the mixed berries flavor infused in.

    1. Thanks! 🙂 The berries definitely topped it off.

  6. This looks delicious and refreshing! Perfect for a springtime party.

    1. Definitely! I’m going to make it for an upcoming picnic, and I can’t wait.

  7. Dawn said:

    What a delicious way to stay hydrated, refreshed, and get some fruits into me. Yum! Thanks.

    1. You’re very welcome. 🙂 Enjoy!

  8. Amy Desrosiers said:

    This sounds like a great drink! We are sick and could use a healthy boost!

    1. Aww, sorry you’re sick! Boost up the honey content a little, and it should really slide down great. Feel better!

  9. What a delicious recipe! I will be trying this out once the weather is warmer here!

    1. Enjoy! I know what you mean about the weather. It was nice that day, but it’s been miserable ever since. 🙁

  10. Dee Mauser said:

    I love raspberry lemonade, strawberry lemonade and raspberry tea. They do a great job in quenching my thirst.

    1. Definitely! I’m a big fan of herbal sun teas; I need to work on another recipe soon, I think! 😉

  11. Shauna said:

    Oh this sounds so refreshing and sweet. Just what I need on a hot Texas day. Thanks for sharing

    1. Dawn said:

      EXACTLY! I LOVE needing to have a refreshing drink like this now! I’m looking forward to a Florida summer!

      1. Floriday – So jealous!! Have fun! 🙂

    2. Now if only it’d get hot up here in Illinois! #lol

  12. Liz Mays said:

    Yum! What a delicious drink. I’d love to make this when it gets hot outside!

    1. Glad to hear! 🙂 What kind of fruit do you think you’ll use?

  13. Melissa said:

    This looks delicious. I love fruit on my drinks.

    1. Me, too! I like putting blueberries in just about everything.

  14. Tess said:

    I love how easy this is. I’ll add it to my way to get in water for the day.

    1. My husband said the same thing; he’s not a fan of plain water, so struggles to stay adequately hydrated. He liked this a lot!

  15. Danielle said:

    You had me at the title! I have to try this now!

  16. Mmm, sounds like a really refreshing drink. I definitely need one of these right about now as it’s kinds hot here.

    1. Hot?? Color me jealous! It’s in the mid 40’s here.

  17. This sounds amazing! What a perfect recipe just in time for summer!

  18. Vera Sweeney said:

    This sounds delicious!! I love tea and this sounds perfect for a hot summer day!

  19. That is a really great and easy recipe! Would be great for a spring themed party!

    1. I agree! I’m pulling it out the first chance I get to have friends over outside. It’s still pretty chilly here.

  20. Aubrey said:

    Sounds like a great refreshing beverage just in time for summer. I love berries in almost anything.

  21. kristin said:

    look how simple and yummy that sound. thank you for sharing such a sweet treat.

    1. You’re welcome! Have fun with it! 🙂

  22. That sounds amazing! This would be good cold OR hot when I’m down in the dumps.

    1. It’s definitely yummy hot. I like to up the honey and lemon and heat it up when I’m feeling yucky.

  23. Jenna Wood said:

    I love the idea of letting guests customize their drink with their own choice of infused cubes. This will be great for Summer entertaining!

  24. Melissa Roy said:

    This sounds so yummy, I love anything with honey! I love bubbles so would love to try it with sparkling water.

    1. Ooo, that would be really good!

  25. Oh I love a good lemonade! What a perfect recipe for spring!

  26. I bet this woul be really good hot, especially if you have a sore throat.

    1. I think you’re probably right!

  27. Dee Mauser said:

    That sounds refreshing and I love that you’ve added fresh fruit and honey. Yummy!

  28. Sounds delicious! Can’t wait for warm weather to really enjoy it!

  29. Dawn said:

    This lemonade looks tasty! I love the berries in it!

    1. Me, too! I love adding berries to anything as often as possible. They’re really good for you, and taste amazing!

  30. Jenny Temcio said:

    Adding fruits to your drinks are a good way to detox! This would be delicious during the summer!

    1. Yep, the antioxidants in the berries alone is awesome!

  31. This looks so yummy! I bet my children would love to try this!

  32. Shauna said:

    Oh I love this. Honey lemonade? Perfect for a hot day here in texas

    1. Yep, I never use sugar to make lemonade – only honey. And if you use local and raw honey, it’s a great way to help stave off seasonal allergies.

  33. Lisa Collins said:

    This sounds SO good and refreshing too! One of my fav drinks for Spring and Summer is Sangria!

    1. You know, I’ve never tried Snagria. Hopefully this summer? 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

  34. Ann Bacciaglia said:

    This sounds like a delicious drink. I like to put frozen blueberries in my drinks. Smoothies are a favorite of mine.

    1. Oh I know, smoothies are amazing!! And blueberries are the best.

  35. Aida Ingram said:

    I can’t wait to try this recipe, I love lemonade!

    1. Awesome! You’re going to love it!

  36. Nicole said:

    Oooh! It looks wonderful and refreshing!
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