Pink Lemonade Mocktail Recipe

Saturday, September 09, 2017

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It's Summer baby!!!
Well actually it's spring, 
Anyway the weather is amazing alhamdulillah,
winter seemed to drag on a bit more in my opinion
which is why we need some yummy beautiful drinks 
to serve on our family weekend bbqs/braais!
This is super easy to make,
it is super yummy as well. 
Got to try this is winter actually and it was so good
but I saved it for Spring/Summer.


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- INGREDIENTS -


1L Water
1 Cup Sugar
3 Small Lemons (2 big Lemons)
1 Lime
Handful Crushed Mint (Fresh)
Handful Mint (garnish)
4 TB Rose's Grenadine Syrup





- METHOD -


  1. Juice your lemons and lime.
  2. Crush your mint leaves in a jug making sure it's like pulp so the flavour fuses with the rest of the ingredients. 
  3. Add your water and the juice from the lemons and lime.
  4. Next, add the sugar and mix well. 
  5. Do a taste test to see how sweet it is, depending on how sweet you want it you can add more sugar, if it is too sweet you can add more lemon juice. 
  6. Now add your Rose's Grenadine Syrup and mix well.
  7. Finally strain the mix into another jug and freeze for a couple of hours.
  8. For an extra serving point, you can sugar coat the rim of your glasses as well as garnish with some fresh mint. 



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Anyway if you liked this quick and yummy lemonade/mocktail please let me know,
I want to experiment more in the drinks department and 
I would love to share it with you all.
Follow me on my social media for quick recipes, tips and food/drink pictures,
I have shared a mocktail recipe before,
if you haven't checked it out I will share the link below, 
it is my favourite!
Mojito Mocktail 


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13 comments

  1. This looks heavenly! What do you crush the mint with? Could you boil it with the sugar? I can't wait to try this!

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    1. I just use the back of a wooden spoon to crush the mint lol or you get the mocktail stamper (I'm a horrible food blogger I cannot remember what it's called). Also I suggest using castor/granulated sugar because it dissolves faster (however normal sugar works too) because we don't boil anything.

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  2. Pictures are pretty colorful.And back in Pakistan we used to drink this pink lemonade. It tastes so good.

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    1. lol The pictures have me on summer mode alone! Aww do give it a try and have a bit of a throwback and down memory lane while you enjoy it.

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  3. OMG the pictures are really amazing... Really wanna try this pink LEMONADE.... :)

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    1. Thank you!! Do try it, it's so yummy! <3

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  4. Ooh this looks and sounds so refreshing! Will have to try it although it's getting cold here now so moving on to hot drinks!

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    1. lol and it's moving onto summer here ...bookmark for next year Insha-Allah!

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  5. It looks refreshing I must say��
    Can't wait to try it out.

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  6. Wow this looks so delicious. I love lemon flavoured drinks. #Muslimahbloggers

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  7. That's refreshing....perfect for the weather here in South India....Beautiful color...

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  8. Nice photography. .Mocktail looks cool and refreshing.

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  9. This is brilliant post. The image looks amazing and I can imagine the drink tastes better than it looks. It must be extremely refreshing when served chilled.

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