Mint-infused lemonade recipe

October 26, 2014 0 By EngineerMommy

Who says lemonade is only for the Summer? I love iced drinks year-round! Nothing more refreshing than a cold, slightly sweet beverage with a pretty straw! This recipe for a mint-infused lemonade is delicious and so easy to make. You can even make a nice, big batch of this stuff and store it in the fridge so you always have minty homemade lemonade at your fingertips whenever your thirst strikes!

This recipe is so simple and takes only a few minutes to make. Check it out!

Mint-infused lemonade recipe (makes one serving)

Mint Infused Lemonade Recipe

Mint Infused Lemonade Recipe


  • juice of 1 lemon
  • 2 tsp. stevia powder
  • 1 1/2 cups water
  • several fresh mint leaves


  • Add your mint leaves and about 1/2 cup water into a tall glass. Release the mint flavor, by using a muddler. If you don’t have a muddler, you can use a fork or your fingers to squeeze the mint leaves and agitate the water. If you have the time, you can let your mint leaf sit in the water for a while (an hour or two) to infuse more flavor.
  • Add the stevia, lemon juice and the rest of the water. Add ice cubes, if desired, and use a pretty, festive straw! Enjoy!




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