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Fantastic!! I used WI Cheesehead's ratio of 10 oz of lemon juice to 2 1/2 tablespoons stevia. It is so refreshing! Thanks for the post and all of the members that tested it out!
Very good. I usually decrease the lemon juice to 4 ounces and I use 1/4 tsp. of pure stevia powder. My 6-year-old daughter loves it. P.S. We have enjoyed this recipe for almost 2 years now.
This might sound a little weird, but I drink this same thing, only warm, when my throat is bothering me (and sometimes when my throat doesn't hurt; it's pretty tasty). I don't usually like the aftertaste of stevia, but it is relatively undetectable when combined with lemon juice. Thanks for posting!
I do this and its great ! I also make a cranberry lemonade by adding real- not juice blended- cranberry juice to taste- very good!
Great way to reduce sugar. I boiled two sprigs of rosemary in a little water, cooled, strained and added to the juice and stevia mix with a couple more fresh sprigs of rosemary. Topped up with sparkling water makes great sugar free Rosemary Lemonade!
I was really hoping for a healthy alternative to sugar. This recipe was a disaster. It wasn't sweet at all. Apparently the only true sweetener is good old fashioned sugar.
I'm wishing all a lifetime supply of jalapeno poppers, a life filled with poetry and an endless mason jar of sweet lemonade.
Very good! Lemony with just the right amount of sweetness. Thanks for sharing! Made for Best of 2009 tag game.
Looking for bev's that my candida DD can drink. I used 5 large lemons to make 10 oz with 2 1/2 T of stevia blend. She likes it. UPDATE: We made this a lot over summer, therefore I am putting this into my Top Fav's of 2009 cookbook. Original Review 4-25-09.