We’re in a never-ending summer mode and this heat wave is calling for homemade peach lemonade! Thanks to the talented Emilie Murmure, food stylist and cook for this delish recipe perfectly on time for the August peach harvest. Scroll down!
I’m thirsty just looking at this picture. And I know I’ve said this before but our Moroccan ceramics make everything look SO good. Yum! Have a look at our entire Moroccan ceramic collection right here.
- 4 cups of cold water (1L).
- 1 cup of freshly squeezed lemon juice (250 ml).
- 1/2 cup of honey (or maple syrup) (125ml).
- 2 ripe, peeled peaches.
Blend together the water, the lemon juice, the honey, and peaches until you get a very slick lemonade. Use a strainer to obtain a smooth texture. Add some ice cubes and few lemon slices to decorate.
Tips from Emilie:
The trick with peaches is to let them mature on your counter for at least 2-3 days so they are ripe and juicy. However, beware when making this lemonade, peaches oxidize fast (and you don’t want to serve brownish lemonade!) so make it very last minute, use cold water and add lots of ice cubes.
Serve your homemade lemonade in our gorgeous Moroccan ceramic mugs for an extra dose of yumminess! 😉
I just love the end of summertime when local fruits and veggies taste so good and are so abundant. This peach lemonade has a never-ending vacay taste. Try it! –Stephanie