Delicious Peach-Lemonade

Introduction: Delicious Peach-Lemonade

What is summer without some fresh homemade lemonade? And if you are from Georgia, there's nothing better than when the peaches are ripe and juicy. Well, here's a refreshing and delicious drink recipe for a Vitamix that will satisfy your summer drink needs.

Yield: 8 cups

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Step 1: Ingredients

  • 3 medium sized lemons
  • 1 medium sized peach (remove the pit)
  • 10 green grapes (other grapes affect the color but not the taste)
  • 3/4 cup of sugar or other sweetener
  • 4 cups of ice
  • 4 cups of water

Step 2: Prepare Ingredients

  • Put the grapes into the Vitamix (for a sweeter taste)
  • Cut the peach into quarters and put them into the Vitamix
  • Zest the lemons and put the zest into the Vitamix
  • Cut the lemons into quarters and remove as many seeds as you can
  • Remove the peel from the lemons and put the lemons into the Vitamix
  • Add the sweetener. (I used honey, but don't use honey if serving to infants)
  • Add the ice
  • Add water to fill to the 8 cup mark

Step 3: Blend and Serve

  • Secure the lid on the Vitamix
  • Select Variable 1
  • Turn the Vitamix on and slowly increase the speed to Variable 10
  • Increase speed to High
  • Blend for 60 seconds or until the desired consistency is reached
  • Pour into a ceramic or glass pitcher
  • Serve and enjoy

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    seamster
    seamster

    4 years ago on Introduction

    My oh my, this looks excellent. Love the idea of adding a few grapes.

    Gonna have to give this a try, thanks!