Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Keurig K-Cup Recipe: Citrus Lemonade Punch

I'm knocking on wood as I type this, but it seems that Mother Nature has finally, finally decided that warm weather should truly be here.

The sun has been shining, the flowers have been blooming, the green grass has been growing (too much actually, seeing as I'm the one who has to mow it), and all that is left is for me to kick back in a hammock with an ice cold glass of lemonade. Hey, a girl can dream, right?

We're big fans of lemonade around here, whether freshly mixed, from concentrate or right out of a carton — as long as it is sweet and cold, it's the perfect refreshment for a hot day!

So why not take things one step further and turn a glass of lemonade into a fruity, tasty surprise?

Citrus Lemonade Punch

Citrus Lemonade Punch

1 Green Mountain Naturals Lemonade K-cup
1 oz orange juice
2 oz lemon lime clear soda (e.g. Sprite, 7-Up, etc)
1 oz Malibu Spiced Rum (optional)
Frozen raspberries, strawberries or blueberries for garnish and added flavor

Brew one Green Mountain Naturals Lemonade Keurig K-cup on the lowest water setting into a shaker (or 16oz or larger cup) filled with ice.

Add approximately 1 oz of orange juice.

Add approximately 2 oz of lemon line soda.

Add approximately 1 oz of Malibu rum.

Thoroughly mix or shake all ingredients together and strain into a glass. Garnish with berries (which will keep the drink cold but not water it down) and a slice of orange.

Sip and enjoy!

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Unknown said...

This recipe looks so delicious that I had to pin this to make in the very near future.

Anne said...

It seems I only use my Keurig for coffee and for hot water when I'm making tea or other hot drinks. But THIS! Now, this is something I could really get behind! Thanks not only for the recipe but for the inspiration, too.

slehan said...

First I'd need a Keurig. Looks very refreshing.

slehan at juno dot com

Unknown said...

I really enjoy the non-coffee K-cups, I can't wait to try this lemonade drink. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

DG Middendorf said...

This look amazing. I need to do this in my Keurig.

Karen Glatt said...

My City is nice and Warm! I like your really refreshing drink and would like to make this for a Summertime drink out on the Patio. Thanks for the recipe. We like lemonade.

Unknown said...

This look so delicious. I am going to try this one out. Thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

This looks yummy@ I have to try it!!!

slehan said...

I can make this with lemonade instead of the Keurig which I don't have.

slehan at juno dot com

Anonymous said...

This Citrus Lemonade looks so good. Thanks for sharing.

Unknown said...

This sounds like a great summer drink. Thank you for sharing this recipe

Unknown said...

This sounds like a very refreshing summer drink. thank you for sharing

Sarah Hayes said...

i had no idea you could make something this awesome with a Keurig. it looks very refreshing

Karen Propes said...

Thanks for sharing your recipe, I tried without the rum of course. It was delish, I have to share this with my friends. My DH loved it too.

Sarah Matos said...

This sounds refreshing! I love that you can use the Keurig to make it.