Strawberry Lemonade

3 c. Cold Water

2 c. Club Soda ( cold)

3/4 c. Lemon Juice

3/4 c. Sugar

1 pint Strawberries, Hulled and diced

Lemon Slices

 

(1.) In a blender combine the Lemon Juice, Sugar and the Strawberries. Blend until smooth. Pour into a pitcher and pour in the Club Soda. Stir around until mixed well. Add in the lemon slices and serve over Ice.

 

This drink is a refreshing drink for those hot days of summer.  We make it all the time and even in the winter we buy the frozen bags of strawberries and make it. You can substitute any fruit if you do not want strawberry lemonade.

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