Strawberry-Ginger Lemonade

Strawberry-Ginger Lemonade

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This non-alcoholic summer drink is perfect for an all-day hang.


  • Lemon slice (for serving)

Recipe Preparation

  • Muddle strawberries in a highball glass. Add Lemon-Ginger Brew and stir well. Fill glass with ice and garnish with lemon slice.

,Photos by Christopher Testani

Nutritional Content

Calories (kcal) 160 Fat (g) .5 Saturated Fat (g) 0 Cholesterol (mg) 0 Carbohydrates (g) 10 Dietary Fiber (g) 3 Total Sugars (g) 27 Protein (g) 2 Sodium (mg) 40Reviews Section

Strawberry Ginger Limeade

What if you took all of the most refreshing foods and blended them into one delicious drink? That’s basically what we did here.

The strawberries, lime, and mint are filled with bright, fresh flavor, and ginger adds a little kick to make things more interesting.

Whip up a big batch for friends at your next barbecue or pool party or make yourself a summer mocktail if you’re skipping alcohol for a while. If you’re not, you could also totally add a splash of vodka or tequila. Just saying.



  1. In a high speed blender, add strawberries, ginger, lime juice, and mint leaves. Blend on high until smooth.
  2. To a glass with ice, add 3-4 tablespoons of strawberry puree, top with soda water, stir, garnish with fresh mint, and enjoy!


Strawberries are packed with inflammation-fighting antioxidants, ginger is a natural immune system-booster, and mint is great for digestion. And to be honest, the combo just tastes amazing.

How To Make Strawberry Lemonade Cocktails

Here&rsquos the recipe: First, start with great strawberries. My daughter and I picked these. And they were red all the way through. I hulled the berries and then cut them into thirds. Next I filled a half gallon jar with 4 cups of the strawberries and a 750 ml bottle of Stoli Vodka. I let that sit, covered at room temp for two days.

Next you&rsquoll want to make some ginger simple syrup. Once you have that you can make some awesome home-made lemonade that is great all on it&rsquos own.

The recipe for ginger lemonade is so easy to memorize: one part fresh lemon juice, one part ginger simple syrup and two parts cold water.

But if you&rsquore looking for a more grown-up beverage, that&rsquos when you can add in the strawberry-infused vodka.

You&rsquoll know the strawberries have really infused into the vodka when the vodka turns bright red and the strawberries are anemic looking. Just strain them out when you&rsquore ready to make a batch of the cocktails. This batch of vodka was ready after only two days, because the strawberries were so perfect. Also if your party isn&rsquot for a little while, but you want to make this while the strawberries are in season, you can leave them in there for a month in a cool dark place. Then just strain and refrigerate for as long as you want.

Then to make the cocktails, just mix the ginger lemonade with the strawberry vodka and you have yourself a dangerously quaffable signature cocktail!

Let me know if you&rsquore making a big big batch, I would love to hear what you&rsquore using it for, and I am happy to help with the conversions.


Save some of your strawberries to make these frozen treats from All Day I Dream About Food: Low Carb Keto Strawberry Cheesecake Popsicles

Strawberry Ginger Limeade

This isn’t your standard limeade. This version is blended with sweet strawberries and zesty ginger.

The combination of sweet strawberries, spicy ginger, and tart lime make for a delicious refreshing beverage with a bite!

Long gone are the days when a non-alcoholic mixed drink meant iced tea or lemonade. This strawberry ginger mocktail is just as complex in taste and flavor as any well made craft cocktail!

Fresh Ingredients

This refreshing limeade is made with filtered water, simple syrup, strawberries, fresh squeezed lime juice, and fresh ginger root.

All the ingredients are processed together in a blender until smooth. Strain mixture to remove extra fibers from the ginger.


Frozen strawberries may be used in place of strawberries. However, you will end up with a thick slush-like mixture after blending.

I cannot stress the importance of using fresh squeezed lime juice. DO NOT USE bottled lime juice for this recipe. It will not taste as clean and refreshing.

Use fresh ginger. Fresh ginger gives the limeade a kick of zing and spice.

Powdered ginger or dried ginger sold in the spice aisle will not result the same taste clean taste.

Turn limeade into a summer cocktail

This strawberry ginger limeade makes for a wonderful cocktail mixer.

It pairs well with vodka, white rum, and gin. Simply mix 6 oz limeade with 1 to 2 oz of liquor. Add a squeeze of lime juice. Serve with ice.

Strawberry Ginger Jam

Strawberry season is breathing its last gasps, and before it’s over for good, I wanted to share one last recipe.

This recipe for strawberry ginger jam is one that I can’t quite believe I haven’t shared at some point in the past. Truly, I thought I’d posted every variation on strawberry jam that was possible. Happily I was wrong.

This jam gets its kick from a goodly application of freshly grated ginger root. I’ve found that there’s no better tool for grating ginger than a microplane zester.

With small berries, I don’t even bother to chop them. Instead, half way through cooking, I go in with a potato masher (this is my favorite) and work them until the fruit is pulverized. It works nicely and saves you a goodly amount of knife work.

Finally, if I’d had my wits about me, I would have canned this one in five half pint jars (as that makes for better quantities for sharing). However, I was clean out of half pints the day I made this jam and so used a motley collection of pints and quarter pints.

Strawberry Ginger Cocktail Recipe

● For more “strawberry” in your cocktail, muddle some fresh strawberries at the bottom of your tall cocktail glass before making this lovely cocktail. “Muddle” sounds odd, but all you are doing is basically smushing mint, spices or fruits to release more of the flavor. You can use a muddler or some other smashing tool (mortar and pestle) to mash fruits, herbs and spices in the bottom of a glass or bowl.

●This cocktail drink uses strawberries (because almost everyone likes strawberries and they pair well with the other ingredients), but you could use raspberries or blackberries to change up the taste.

Strawberry Ginger Cocktail Ingredients:

● Ice
● 1½ oz White Rum
● 1½ oz Pineapple Juice
● 2 oz Ginger Beer
● Strawberries

Strawberry Ginger Cocktail Mise en Place:

● Cocktail Glass
● Jigger
● Cocktail Shaker
● Cocktail Spoon
● Cocktail Strainer

Strawberry Ginger Cocktail Directions:

● Into a cocktail shaker add one cup of ice, white rum, pineapple juice, ginger beer.
● Stir well with a spoon for thirty seconds, then strain into a serving glass filled with ice.
● Garnish with sliced strawberries.
● Serve immediately.

Strawberry Ginger Cocktail Recipe
By Ann
The sights and sounds of summer include sitting by the pool, hosting a barbecue, and picnics by the lake. Easy summer cocktails add to the summer party atmosphere. This strawberry ginger cocktail recipe needs to go on your easy mixed drinks list. Bursting with strawberry and ginger flavor, this delicious adult libation is the perfect summer cocktail!

Prep Time: 3 Minutes
Cook Time: 0 Minutes
Total Time: 03 Minutes

● Ice
● 1½ oz White Rum
● 1½ oz Pineapple Juice
● 2 oz Ginger Beer
● Strawberries


● Into a cocktail shaker add one cup of ice, white rum, pineapple juice, ginger beer.
● Stir well with a spoon for thirty seconds, then strain into a serving glass filled with ice.
● Garnish with sliced strawberries.
● Serve immediately.

Sparkling Ginger Strawberry Lemonade

Sweet, bubbly, tangy, this sparkling ginger strawberry lemonade is THE drink of the summer! It's easy and inexpensive to make, with fresh ginger, lemons, and strawberries!

I just wanna make an announcement:
Sparkling Ginger Strawberry Lemonade is the unofficial official drink of summer 2018. And definitely 2019. And 2020.

Trust me, you're gonna be sippin' this all summer like we have!

We've been eating dinner out on our patio (screened in, thank Jesus) after the afternoon thunderstorms. Here in South Florida, it rains everyday in the summer. Like clockwork. Depending on where you are, anywhere from 3 pm- 5pm the rain will come, scare the daylights out of you, your pets, and your kids, and then pretend it never happened.


It's not just rain, either. It's legitimately like being in a miniature hurricane: strong gusts of winds, the rain is hard and flying sideways, trees end up missing branches, the lightning is right over you and the thunder is loud. Tornadoes are unlikely but do happen sometimes.

And like I said, it happens everyday. Eventually, you are numb to the summer storms, and it's more of an inconvenience than anything to worry about. Welcome to the sunshine state!

A couple hours after the rain, we end up eating dinner on the patio and every day in June so far, we've been drinking this sparkling ginger strawberry lemonade. It brightens up the day after basically being cloud-covered for the last two months.

We call this strawberry ginger fizz: It's bright, refreshing, the strawberry puree is so fresh and the zippy, tiny-bit-spicy-sweet ginger syrup take this lemonade to the top. Oh, and of course, the club soda. Wouldn't be fizzy without it.

I make ginger syrup all the time because I always have a giant knob of ginger left in my fridge after using the small amount most recipes need, this is a great way to use it up and also great for anyone who's sick or nauseous in your house. It makes a mean and refreshing ginger ale.

Unlike my addictive strawberry lemonade (where I make a strawberry syrup instead of just pureeing the strawberries) this uses the strained puree and if you want to, you could optionally create the lemon syrup like I did:

Make a simple syrup (1:1 ratio of water and sugar) like the ginger syrup, but add in one or two lemon's worth of lemon zest and juice. You could make them fine zest bits or big fat strips that are easy to pull out, but let them simmer in the simple syrup until it's full of lemon flavor, about 10-15 minutes.

This lemon syrup I like better than using lemonade, because it's concentrated lemon goodness without diluting it or the fizziness down with water.

To wow people, layer the syrups and strawberry puree carefully into tall glasses, then pour the club soda over. Add a nice straw or those cute long cocktail spoons and mix the concoction. Ice optional.

Yes, you can use carbonated lemonade or just plain lemonade + club soda, but I like controlling how sweet my drinks are and the flavor of the lemonade. Some lemonades taste like acid going down your throat, so make sure it's a lemonade you love and know.

How do you add flavor to a fruit smoothie?

You can add flavor to a fruit smoothie by adding grated fresh ginger.

Fruit smoothies should, of course, always taste fresh and fruity. But I find by the time the fruit is blended up with ice (I like ice to make a thicker smoothie), the flavor can become somewhat dilluted.

So, when I want a bigger punch of flavor, I almost always turn to fresh ginger (and I often already have this in fridge for making orange ginger chicken and strawberry ginger lemonade).

There&rsquos nothing better than a truly refreshing and hydrating drink when you most need it. Now add incredible flavor and an abundance of healing properties into the mix and this Watermelon Strawberry Ginger Lemonade is a winner of a drink that you&rsquoll want to make over and over again!

Melons are predigested&mdashmeaning that melon flesh is so assimilable that our digestive systems barely need to process it when it enters the body, because it is so high in enzymes and certain coenzymes as yet undiscovered by science that strengthen them. The fructose in melon leaves the stomach in less than one minute, then the rest of the fruit drops directly into the intestinal tract, immediately fortifying and replenishing the body. Eating melon is like getting intravenous nutrient therapy. Watermelon specifically is known to significantly reduce inflammation, help flush out edema, aid in weight loss, and alleviate depression. Watermelon can also boost the immune system as well as strengthen vision.

Strawberries are rich in antioxidants which boosts their ability to rebuild, repair, and rejuvenate the body. They also have high levels of phenols, which act as an anti-inflammatory, making them an essential food for those suffering from autoimmune disorders. They&rsquore also loaded with Vitamin C they help to boost the immune system by warding off colds, flu&rsquos, and respiratory infections.

Ginger has antispasmodic properties that come from its more than 60 trace minerals, well over 30 amino acids (many of them undiscovered), and more than 500 enzymes and coenzymes all working together to calm reactivity. And as an antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic, ginger deserves all the accolades it gets for promoting a healthy immune system. Ginger is also ideal for stress assistance, DNA reconstruction, and enhancement of your body&rsquos production of B12.

Watermelon Strawberry Ginger Lemonade

  • 8 cups watermelon, cut into chunks
  • 1 cup strawberries, hulled and halved
  • 1 1/2 tbsp fresh ginger
  • 1/3 cup lemon juice
  • 1-2 tbsp raw honey (optional)
  • Lemon slices, to serve
  • Ice to serve

Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Serve over ice.

This item posted: 26-Jun-2018

Anthony William, Inc. - Disclaimer for Medical Medium Blog

Dish of the week: Pleasant Pops’ strawberry ginger lemonade popsicle

If you're looking for a refreshing and fruity freeze, then go for the strawberry ginger lemonade popsicle ($3) on a scorching hot day.

D.C. humidity can be extremely unpleasant, but one local business might have a solution.

Pleasant Pops, located in Adams Morgan and downtown D.C., has a large variety of flavors to satisfy any cold craving and help beat the D.C. heat this summer. They offer unique pop flavors like rich Mexican chocolate, creamy New Orleans iced coffee and Carolina sweet tea.

The popsicles are made with fresh and local ingredients gathered from the D.C. area and all of their flavors are their own creative recipes.

The popsicles are seasonal, so you can have your favorite flavors while they’re fresh. All of their pops are handmade at their Adams Morgan shop, so you’re getting a true D.C. product.

If you’re looking for a refreshing and fruity freeze, then go for the strawberry ginger lemonade popsicle on a scorching hot day.

The fresh strawberry gives the popsicle its saccharine taste, while the lemonade adds a slightly sour flavor and the ginger gives it a kick of zest. The pop combines just the right amount of sweetness and tartness to keep your palate refreshed.

This popsicle will take you back to your childhood lemonade stand, giving each eater an interesting twist to a classic flavor.

If you aren’t in D.C. this summer, don’t worry. The popsicle joint doubles for a coffee shop and offers specials each season, even in the coldest months of the year. Pleasant Pops’ winter specialty is a hot pop, which is a cube of chocolate blended with different ingredients and served on a pop stick.

So let Pleasant Pops’ strawberry ginger lemonade popsicle cool you down before the semester starts and the season switches.

Pleasant Pops is located at both 731 15th St. NW and 1781 Florida Ave. NW. Popsicles are $3 each.

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