Peanut Butter & Rhubarb Jelly Hot French Toast Sammie.
Oh summmer!! You have finally arrived…
Well for most of you anyway. I know my brothers in Cleveland have been experiencing 80 degree sunny weather. Hopefully you are too. We won’t talk about the coldness that I have been experiencing here, it just makes me sad.
So first up, let’s just give a big shout out to all the brave men and women out there serving our country!!
Your bravery amazes me. Thank you for helping to keep our families safe.
In return I would like to offer you some of this sweet lavender basil lemonade, I know it may not compare to the things you do everyday, but in my world food is one of the best gifts and probably the best way to tell someone thank you. Unfortunately, I know that you may be lacking these ingredients where you are, so instead, I am asking for readers that are able, to please take the time to donate a simple $2 cup of coffee via the Cup of Joe program. Simply click on this Cup of Joe link. Thank you, and I hope that you receive a much deserved break on this Memorial Day!
I don’t want to go on and on today so I am keeping things pretty simple.
I made us one of the best classic summer drinks and I put my own little spin on it… AND, I made it just a tinsy bit healthier too!! YEAH!!
This lemonade is sweet, but not overly so, and it’s got just the right amount of lemon kick.
You also get some nice hints of basil and lavender. Don’t be scared away by these flavors, I promise you will love them. They’re so refreshing and perfect for summer sippin.
Bonus points, the only thing sweetening this lemonade is a little bit of honey. No sugar, just honey…
Which clearly means we can drink this by the gallon and not feel an ounce of guilt.
Bring on summertime sippin!
Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.
Have a fun and safe Memorial Day everyone!! Hope the sun is shiny and warm wherever you are!
We had a lot of fresh basil and lavender flowers from our herb garden, so I suggested we try them in an herb lemonade. Searched online to see if anyone had tried it, and found you. Turns out my wife already bought your cookbook (Dec ‘21) and loves it. We liked this recipe a lot, also tried an “adult” version, mixing in some Italian Prosecco sparkling white wine, to make a “Herbal Prosecconade”. Delicious! Thank you.
Happy Friday!! I love to hear that this recipe was a winner, thanks so much for giving it a try!! xTieghan
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