Do you ever remember making lemonade as a kid? And, then of course setting up a lemonade stand thinking you'll make a million dollars? I do and so have our grandkiddos.
Recently, our grandkids have had two lemonade stands. Quite the entrepreneurs!
Each season our amazing neighbors call us to come pick the lemons from their prolific trees. And, we do. And each season we squeeze and squeeze and then put the lemon juice in ice cube trays, freeze them and when we need fresh lemon juice - we have it.
1 c. sugar
1 c. water
1 large lemon
16 - 20 oz
Step 1:Make sugar syrup by mixing the sugar and water into a saucepan and boil.
Step 2:Remove from heat and stir. This will dissolve sugar COMPLETELY. Allow to cool.
Step 3:For each serving, combine the juice of half of a lemon, two tablespoons of the sugar syrup, and 8 - 10 oz. of the cold water and pour into glass.
Step 4:Add ice and serve immediately.