Sparkling Lemonade for National Lemonade day

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Equal®. All thoughts are my own.
Sparkling Fresh Lemonade With Blackberries

National Lemonade Day is August 20th and we’re celebrating with some fresh squeeze sparkling lemonade! We were sent a nice little care package and made a super easy recipe using Equal® sweetener. Our family enjoys homemade, easy and super delicious beverages. This sparkling lemonade is super refreshing! It’s also simple to make and perfect to celebrate National Lemonade Day!

With only 4 main ingredients you’ll have some refreshing sparkling lemonade in no time. Equal® continues to be the 0 calorie sweetener and known for their efforts in helping people manage diabetes in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association. Since my grandparents were diabetic, I have a special place in my heart for food and beverages made with Equal®.

So Gather the family before the summer ends and make a batch of this Lemonade with Blackberries!

Ingredients for Sparkling Fresh Lemonade 

Sparkling Fresh Lemonade- ingredeints

Makes 8 oz   Serves 2

  • 1 1/2 cups of sparking water
  • 1/2 cup freshly squeeze lemon juice
  • 6 packets of Equal® sweetener
  • 12 fresh blackberries
  • ice
  • fresh mint and lemon slices, optional

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1- Mix lemon juice and sparkling water.

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2- Add Equal® and stir until combined!

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3. Serve over ice, berries, and lemon slices. 

Sparkling Fresh Lemonade-enjoy the end of summer 

4- Enjoy with someone you love and repeat all summer long!

While Equal® is best known to be added in beverages remember you can also use it in food recipes. 

Get more recipes like this one using Equal® by The Diabetic Chef, Chris Smith here

Don’t forget to like Equal® on Facebook

How will you be celebrating National Lemonade Day?

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Sparkling Lemonade with fresh Blackberries

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