cookergirl’s appleade recipe {lemonade with fresh apple juice & raw sugar}

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Over the summer, cookergirl worked to perfect her lemonade recipe.  She loved making it for family and friends and lucky for me, learned to prepare and clean it up without help!  One of her favorite books is Olivia Opens a Lemonade Stand, where Olivia and her brother Ian embark upon a life-long dream & adventure selling lemonade from their own lemonade stand.  In her own words, cookergirl explains:

She makes a lemonade stand and then her brother got salt instead of sugar…so when a customer tasted the lemonade, it was too salty.  Even their friends who liked salty stuff said it was too salty.  Next door, Olivia’s friend was making a strawberry lemonade stand.  Olivia decided to make a restaurant with her friend’s lemonade, which everyone loved.  At the restaurant, they served spaghetti + meatballs, and the yummy pink lemonade.

 oliviaopensalemonadestand

ingredients:

1 1/2 cups lemon juice
2 apples
1 1/2 cups raw sugar
4 cups water

1. Juice the apples, pour the juice in a large bowl pitcher.
2. Pour the sugar in the bowl.
3. Pour the water in the bowl.
4. Pour the lemon juice in the bowl.
5. Stir and pour into glasses.

Makes enough delicious appleade for 8-10 servings.

{For pink lemonade, cookergirl has blended 1/2 cup fresh raspberries instead of the apple juice…it is also quite yummy!}

Enjoy! xo ~ katrina and cookergirl

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