Making Lemonade with the Kids
It’s fun to make lemonade, and the kids at Rogers Ave. learned to make it recently.
They had a blast making their own lemonade and then enjoying the fruits of their labor. So refreshing!
Truly a summer classic. A healthy and satisfying drink. Stay cool and try this sugar-free recipe with your kids at home; it’s as easy as 1,2,3!
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You will need:
2 cups of water
2 tbsps honey (you can use agave syrup instead)
Directions: Cut and squeeze five lemons, mix the lemon juice into 2 cups of water, and add honey to taste. Pour over ice and enjoy!
Here are some of the perks of drinking lemonade in the summer:
- Hydration: Lemonade is a great way to stay hydrated on hot days. It is made up of mostly water, which is essential for keeping the body cool and functioning properly.
- Immune boost: Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for the immune system. Lemonade is a good source of vitamin C, which can help to protect the body from getting sick.
- Digestion: Lemonade can help to improve digestion. The citric acid in lemons can help to break down food and promote the production of bile, which is a digestive fluid.
- Taste: Lemonade is a delicious and refreshing drink. It is a great way to cool down on a hot day and enjoy a sweet treat.