5 minutes, 4 ingredients and a blender is all you need to make this refreshing honey peach lemonade.
So peaches are probably my favorite summer fruit. It’s a hard choice because I love strawberries, blueberries, cherries and apricots too, but peaches win. In fact, I rarely find myself baking with them because they are so sweet, juicy and delicious all by themselves, that adding other ingredients doesn’t do anything to improve them. A plain old peach is my favorite mid morning snack, afternoon snack, and late night snack.
Occasionally though, I’ll have a pile of ripe peaches on the counter and ideas will spring to mind for how to use them up. This recipe was the result of a hot summer day, having a few ingredients on hand, and throwing them together in the blender. Unlike other peach lemonade recipes, this one is easy because there is no cooking anything on the stove.
A lot of the other peach lemonade recipes I have looked at require time to cook the peaches on the stove and then cool the puree down. Maybe I’m just ignorant, but I don’t like all that work and I like the fresh taste of uncooked peaches better. So with a blender and four ingredients, you can have a refreshing glass of honey peach lemonade.
- 2 medium ripe peaches, peeled
- 2 cups cold water, divided
- ⅔ cup fresh lemon juice
- ¼ - ⅓ cup honey - to taste
- Place the 2 peaches in a blender with 1 cup of water. Blend until smooth. Add the remaining cup of water, fresh lemon juice and honey to the blender and blend until combined.
If you love peaches like me, try these other peach recipes:
Some other delicious summer drinks for other bloggers:
Perfect Peach Iced Tea from Minimalist Baker
Summer Berry Punch from Miss in the Kitchen
Blueberry Lemonade from Julie’s Eats and Treats