Red, White and Blue Frozen Lemonade Tips
What are other red, white and blue drinks?
If you're looking for red, white and blue drinks, these 4th of July recipes
are a great place to start! Want a red, white and blue way to satisfy your sweet tooth? Check our our red, white and blue desserts
Can frozen lemonade go bad?
Frozen concentrated lemonade can be used right up to the expiration date as long as the container has not been split or punctured.
What other types of lemonade are there?
In addition to commercially prepared lemonades in fresh, frozen concentrate and "never from concentrate," homemade lemonade
is always a crowd-pleaser. Sometimes called "cloudy lemonade," a simple mixture of fresh lemon juice, sugar or honey and water is popular in the U.S. In Ireland, brown lemonade uses brown sugar. In France, a citron presse
is a sort of deconstructed lemonade where the patron is served lemon juice, syrup and water to be mixed at the table to their liking. In India and Pakistan, salt, ginger and cumin may be added to lemonade. In North Africa, lemon juice, rose water
and mint is a refreshing mix. Research contributed by Catherine Ward, Taste of Home Prep Kitchen Manager
3/4 cup: 229 calories, 0 fat (0 saturated fat), 0 cholesterol, 1mg sodium, 60g carbohydrate (55g sugars, 1g fiber), 0 protein.