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  1. Ophelia

    I just made this and it’s delicious! I only used about half of the simple syrup because I didn’t want it to be too sweet – it was so tangy and refreshing! I will definitely be making this again! Now I just need to get a juicer!


  2. Jamie

    This sounds so delicious! On holidays and if you need something in a snap, we fill a punch bowl with ice, 3/4 cranberry-apple juice, and 1/4 ginger ale and fill the entire top with lime slices. It is to die for. I like the idea of this as a limeade without the carbonation however. Thank you for another tasty recipe

  3. Mitchell Webster

    There is never a reason to waste a Lime,Lemon,Orange etc.

    We just put into freezer bags or better yet into Food Saver Bags whole.

    It is much easier to grate the rind off a frozen citrus fruit, than fresh.

    Thaw it out to room temp, or defrost in the microwave and squeeze, all citrus fruit yeild much more juice once it has been frozen and thawed.

    The recipe sounds absolute delicious and I plan on making some soon!!

  4. Linda in the Evergreen State

    HI Elise,

    Love the additon of the lilies in the photo!
    My lilies that bloomed this year were pink.

    Those left over limes can be used to make sweet and sour mix as well for maragaritas!!
    Unsweetened fruit juice can also be frozen in ice cube trays then placed in a ziplock bag in the freezer for late use.

    Your drink would be also tasty served frozen with a sugar rimmed margarita glass. Drop the frozen lime juice cubes with the rest of the ingredients and blend.

    I mix 100% cranberry juice with a splash of diet white grape soda. Lime might be a nice edition.

    Linda in Washington State

  5. clsilva

    Looks great! I think I might try it with a little less water to make it more concentrated and then when I am ready to serve it pour the limeade mixture at the bottom of the glass and add some chilled seltzer water! Fizzy limeade is really refreshing.

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