Recipe by Nif
A delicious mixture of watermelon and fresh lemon juice will quench your thirst on those hot days. This recipe came from the Gooseberry Patch. The prep time includes cutting up the watermelon and squeezing the lemons. Enjoy!
Top Review by Domestic Goddess
This lemonade was sooo darn good. This recipe definitely deserves more than 5 stars! Using fresh lemon juice, makes this taste so refreshing. I like the taste the fresh lemons give to the lemonade, rather than using a can of frozen lemonade concentrate. I did however cut back on the water, and I'm glad I did. I only added 3 cups, as I thought the 6 cups would of really diluted the taste of the lemonade. I did add a bit more sugar, (1-1/8 cups all together) but the lemonade was still tart, so for those who prefer there's a bit more sweet, I'd suggest adding abit more sugar. I also strained the watermelon twice, which I think this is an important step in the recipe. I also found that after blending 4 cups of cubed watermelon, you will end up with 2 cups of fresh watermelon juice, plus, I found you will need 8 medium to large size lemons, to get 1 and a 1/2 cups of fresh lemon juice. And one more thing, after cutting up the watermelon, and juicing the lemons, the prep time is more like 30 minutes, and I ended up with 56 ounces of "the best" tasting lemonade ever! Thank you Nif for posting this recipe, it's a keeper!