How’s it going friends? I don’t know about you, but here in Montreal, we’ve “endured” a hot couple of days. With the heat, and especially the smothering humidity that comes with it I found myself craving a refreshing, sugar-free drink. That is how this Keto Lemonade came about.
I will never make regular Lemonade again.
I know there are a lot of Keto newbies out there looking for a drink to cure their keto flu. And in the search for a solution a lot of them have stumbled on Keto Lemonade recipes.
I have to tell you that I’ve never made lemonade to cure my keto flu. I make lemonade because it’s awesome.
The electrolytes are just an added bonus.
How to make Keto Lemonade?
When it comes to making good lemonade, there are only 2 rule you need to follow:
- Get the best lemons you can find.
- Make sure your lemons are organic.
The organic part is very important. A good lemonade cannot be made without lemon zest. If you use conventional lemons, you will be adding a healthy amount of pesticides and chemicals to your lemonade.
You don’t want that. Therefore, anytime you are following a recipe that calls for lemon zest, make sure that it comes from organic lemons.
The rest is pretty simple.
Zest & juice your lemons. Add water and sweetener and chill for at least 3-4 hours.
That’s pretty much it.
For serving I suggest that you place a tablespoon of frozen raspberries at the bottom of your glass. This will infuse slowly infuse your lemonade and add a gentle fruity flavor to it.
(OPTIONAL) 1/2 cup frozen raspberries.
- Zest and juice your lemons onto a large pitcher. Add Truvia, warm water and cream of tartar. Using a whisk, mix until everything is fully incorporated. Refrigerate for 2 hours and serve.
- Optional: You can add your a tablespoon of frozen raspberries to the bottom of your glass before serving. This will give your lemonade a nice fruity taste. You may also use any other type of fruit you enjoy.