Snacks & Yummies

Shimmering Strawberry Lemonade

Well I didn’t call my blog “Leaves & Bubbly” for nothing! This summer lemonade can be made with prosecco, sparkling wine or just with sparkling water for that “bubbly” feel! The freshly juiced strawberries mixed the sweet/sour meyer lemons are the perfect summer time cocktail/mocktail all topped off with these beautiful edible flower ice cubes that are the easiest to do!  Enjoy babes! & remember to #Leavesandbubbly with your yummy creations 😉

What You’ll Need:

  • Ice cube molds
  • 10-15 edible flowers ( see list below )
  • High powered juicer or blender
  • 1 LB Organic strawberries
  • 5-6 meyer lemons
  • 1 liter Perrier Lemon sparkling water ( Can also use plain sparkling water )
  • 2 packets organic stevia * Optional
  • 1 bottle of Prosecco * Optional


What To Do:

  1. Place 1 edible flower per ice mold & cover with water, freeze for 5-6 hours
  2. Juicing option : cut all strawberries in half & blend through juicer, Cut the rind off of 5-6 lemons and juice.
  3. Blender option: Blend strawberries, removing the leaves. Cut off all rind from lemon & remove all seeds, blend until smooth with strawberries. Strain through a cheese cloth over a large bowl… so just the juice is used.
  4. Using the juiced strawberries & lemons now in a large bowl add in the sparkling water and 2 packets of stevia if you choose to use the stevia, stir with a spoon.
  5. Next add the whole bottle of prosecco, pouring carefully as it can fizz over the top of the bowl.
  6. Add in floral ice cubes last & cut up 5 strawberries in halves, adding them to them to the punch bowl.
  7. Cheers babes! 

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