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This is a very refreshing drink that my daughter, Brennah, and I made when she wanted to do a lemonade stand. Watch the video of Brennah and me making fresh-squeezed, ice-cold limeade. Click here to watch the video. If you have a slow Internet connection, click here to see lower-quality video clip.
The milk takes the bite off the lime and gives it a nice smooth texture. It’s delicious!
The mistake many people make when they try to replicate what we’ve done is that they put in too much lime. The limes are very powerful. If you use too many, you have to add more sugar to balance it. In the end, it comes out way too strong and not as refreshing.
So, follow the recipe below. Once you’ve done as we’ve instructed, taste it and then tweak it from there to suit your preferences.
3/4 gallon water
2 cups sugar
1/2 cup milk
Lots of ice
1. Squeeze 4 limes. Hint: if you put them in the microwave for 45 seconds, you will get more juice from them.
2. Fill a gallon pitcher ¾ of the way full
3. Add lime juice
4. Add milk
5. Add sugar
6. Add lots of ice
7. Stir well and serve
If you want to get fancy, put a slice of lime on the rim of the glass.
If you decide to do a lemonade stand, be sure to serve it with a straw so your customers don’t spill it when drinking it on the road…and make sure it’s ICE COLD!