8 Frosty Lemonades
When it's hot outside, mix up one of our favorite tart-sweet thirst-quenchers for work and play
Lime, mint, and a hint of chile completely reinvorate regular old lemonade. Drink it with spicy Southeast Asian food, or all by itself.
Recipe: Thai Lemonade
Who doesn’t love a tall cold glass of pink lemonade? Especially once you see how easy it is to make.
A gorgeous red color and the taste of ripe berries gives this recipe its razzle-dazzle.
Recipe: Raspberry Lemonade
Whole limes get blitzed in a blender with sugar and a few spoonfuls of sweetened condensed milk. A Sunset reader send us this recipe, one of the most unusual and delicious lemonades (or limeades) that we’ve ever tasted.
Recipe: Brazilian "Lemonade"
Inspired by the sweet strawberries and abundant lemons in Sunset’s test garden, we created this lemonade for our backyard garden book, The One-Block Feast.
Recipe: Strawberry Lemonade
Try different varietes of basil in this basic recipe to produce lemonades of entirely different colors and subtly different flavors.
Recipe: Basil Lemonade
Gussy up your favorite plain lemonade in 1 minute. We especially enjoy pulling this one out at picnics—it’s always a pleasant surprise for those who haven’t tasted it before.
Recipe: Almond Raspberry Lemonade
Although this is technically a cocktail, it instantly becomes an unusual, very refreshing lemonade if you use the lemony base with water or sparkling water.
Recipe: Ginger-Rosemary Lemonade