tropical lemonade

Tropical Lemonade

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tropical lemonade

tropical lemonade

Can’t travel to the islands? No problem. I created this refreshing drink that will bring the scent of tropical flowers, sea breezes and relaxing days and carefree nights right to your door!  If you have time, let this drink sit over night to allow the flavors to ‘marry’ and it’s even better.

Tropical Lemonade

1 can frozen pink lemonade (do not add water listed on directions on the can)

1 can frozen guava strawberry or guava raspberry juice (do not add water listed on can)

1 can mango lemonade (do not add water listed on directions on the can)

6 cups cold water

2-3 Tbl. granulated sugar

1/2   tsp. almond extract

1/2   tsp. rum extract

1/2   tsp. coconut extract

1  Tbl. vanilla extract

Combine all the ingredients in a pitcher and for best results let chill for 6-24 hours. Serve chilled.

Carrie Groneman’s recipe, Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2013

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17 replies
  1. Sharon Martinez
    Sharon Martinez says:

    Finally made this yesterday… so yummy! However I just had some of it right now and oh em geeeee let me just say it tastes way better the next day!!!! Thanks again for the recipe!

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    • Carrie Groneman
      Carrie Groneman says:

      I hope you enjoy it. The tropical lemonade is good and excellent after sitting overnight in the fridge. The strawberry mint smoothie is really unique and cooling. Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply

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