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Mint Grapefruit Lemonade Recipe

The warmer weather is upon us so it is time to stock up the refrigerator and pantry with those extra ingredients needed for some new spins on traditional summer beverages. In this post I share my yummy mint grapefruit lemonade recipe that is super easy to make.  Have you tried growing your own citrus yet?   I’m excited to share these with you over the next 2 weeks so be sure to check back under the beverage category on my site.

Mint Grapefruit Lemonade Recipe

 

Mint Grapefruit Lemonade Recipe

The Mint Grapefruit Lemonade is a personal favorite because I’m a big promoter in growing some fun container citrus like I have in my home garden here in Ohio. There are so many great tools you can use to squeeze your own fresh citrus juice.  You can find hand juicers at Walmart, Kroger and of course Amazon.  Be sure to find one that doesn’t chip paint like my old Pampered Chef tool I had to toss in the recycle bin.   I hope you enjoy this recipe and be sure to share with your friends!

Thanks for checking out this printable recipe share. I hope you take advantage of this option and add this to your favorite recipe folder to use at later date.

Growing Your Own Citrus

Mint Grapefruit Lemonade is just one of the recipes you can grow at home. I have so much fun growing various citrus trees like lemon, lime, orange and kumquat in my greenhouse.  It is fun to harvest my own citrus year-round in my edible garden.  Honestly, they are gorgeous trees and fun to grow but you won’t get a huge harvest off of shrubs grown in a home garden.

Let’s Connect

Anxious for Summer… I hope this beverage puts you in that summer state of mind like it did for me!  I’m all about connecting with others so please share a comment so I can stop by your blog or just know that you stopped by to read this recipe.  Are you a recipe fan like me?  Let me know what you are looking to cook up and I’ll share with you.

Great to connect,

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Mint Grapefruit Lemonade Recipe

Ingredients

  • 10 oz. of grapefruit juice (about 6 large citrus)
  • 10 oz. of lemon juice (about 12 large lemons)
  • Sweeten with Stevia or sugar to taste
  • 2 teaspoons finely chopped fresh mint, plus additional for garnish
  • 1 lemon, thinly sliced for garnish
  • Ice cubes

Instructions

  1. Add desired amount of ice to favorite beverage glass.
  2. Combine fresh squeezed juice, mint leaves and sweetener in favorite beverage glass. Gently stir with spoon.
  3. Garnish with lemon slices
  4. This drink is delicious when made for individual glasses or combined in a pitcher or carafe.

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