This Homemade Blackberry Lemonade Sweet Tart Drink Recipe is a delightfully refreshing and has multiple layers of recurring flavors that swirl together.
This from scratch lemonade is a brilliant shade of magenta thanks to steeped blackberries that add a hint of tartness to every sweet sip.
This recipe makes a little more than a 1/2 gallon of Blackberry Lemonade.
If you have raspberries and blackberries on your backyard, you should put them into good use. You can make delicious blackberry lemonade out of them. Lemon and blackberries combined can make your drink delicious and tart. The lemonade can be made using only four ingredients.
You only need to have 4 Cups Blackberries to make a 1 cup of blackberry juice, 2 cups lemon, 5 cups water, and 2 cups sugar. Add crushed ice before serving this drink. You can use fresh or frozen blackberries for the lemonade. Heat them in a pot to release the juice. Make sure that the heat is low and the juice should not boil. It should be just enough to soften the fruits and to release their juice. After heating them, wait for a few minutes. Strain the fruits and let the juice drip on a container.
It is important that you don’t press the blackberries. Just let them drip into the other container. After waiting for a few minutes, you can remove the berries with the strainer. You can use the remaining pulp for other desserts if you want.
Get the extract from the lemon. Mix it with sugar and berry juice. Mix and stir well. For serving, you can pour the lemonade into drinking glasses. Decorate the drink with mint, a lemon wedge, and blackberry fruits on a stick. Don’t forget to add crushed ice on top of your delicious drink. Put some straws in glasses and enjoy drinking with your friends and family.
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