Copycat Chick fil A Lemonade

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I didn’t grow up on soda.  So I have never liked carbonated drinks.  Maybe that is a good thing!  I feel like you can’t get your thirst quenched with soda, and drinking it on a hot day just burns your throat and makes your eyes water.  So I have always been a huge fan of strawberry lemonade, fruit punch, and lemonade.

If you have been to Chick fil A then you know all about their amazing and famous lemonade!  I have been ordering it when I go ever since I was little.   And my obsession with Chick fil A is not a secret.   This is the reason why I have so many delicious copycat recipes on my blog.  Their service is awesome.  Their food is awesome.  And their lemonade is awesome.

Now you can squeeze a fresh batch right at home!  It immediately quenches your thirst and is honestly one of the BEST lemonades that I have had!

Copycat Chick fil A Lemonade
 
Amazing fresh squeezed lemonade that tastes just like Chick-fil-A!
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Ingredients
  • 1¾ cup fresh squeezed lemons (about 7-8 large lemons)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 5 cups cold water
Instructions
  1. In a large pitcher, mix sugar and lemon juice until blended. Add the cold water and mix. Chill in the fridge for at least an hour. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. My mouth is watering now. Looks so refreshing! Pinned!
    Have a beautiful day!

  2. I don’t like carbonated drinks either. Thanks for sharing this recipe, although I’ll need to substitute 3/4 the sugar for splenda. I haven’t commented before here, but love your blog and read daily. Have a great weekend.

  3. The reason why Brazilian lemonade is called lemonade and is made with limes might be because in central and South America, limon means lime and lima means lemon.

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