My grandmother used to make the most delicious homemade lemonade. Every
summer, when coming to her house she had made this special "citron saft" and
freshly baked cinnamon rolls…mmm.
This is a Swedish recipe, and not the tart and sour kind of lemonade, but one that is sweet and tastes and smells heavenly of lemons!
And it is really easy to make; it only needs a few minutes of preparation, then to let it stand overnight. Pour it in bottles, and it's ready!
In our Greek garden the lemon trees are now full with the most incredibly fragrant lemons, ripe and ready…
What to do? Lemonade or “Citron saft” (Swedish) of course! Try to get the most fragrant and preferably organic lemons that you can find. I used white sugar, but it might work with Demerara sugar as well.
Here’s what you need:
Here’s what to do:
You can also try sparkling water for homemade lemon soda. Another great idea is to use the lemonade for ice Popsicles, super good for hot days and sweaty little ones… (And big ones too!)
This recipe makes a great gift as well! Decorate the bottle with a cute label, and maybe tie a ribbon around it with a card of the recipe.
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