Ginger Mint Lemonade

ginger mint lemonade

I grow a handful of things in my yard…herbs, veggies, figs…but I have an ABUNDANCE of lemons!! I’m always so grateful when out trees put out baskets and baskets of gorgeous lemons, but sometimes I can’t use them fast enough! So I am always looking for ways to use them up before they go bad. Funny enough, my mint plants are actually planted along the base of some of my lemon trees. I like to call them my “cocktail in a pot”…spoken like a true margarita lover!


This lemonade is simple and nothing all that outrageous, but oh-so-delicious! Simply make a ginger “water” by simmering some fresh ginger for about 10 minutes. Strain and cool…

simmer ginger

Get to squeezin’….

lemon juice

Add a big, gorgeous handful of mint to the batch…


Some cold filtered water, and that’s about it!

add water


Ginger Mint Lemonade

Total Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 10 Mins
Prep Time: 5 Mins
6 Juicy Lemons
3-4 c. filtered water
5 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and cut in to slices
2 tbsp Agave
Big handful of Fresh Mint
Simmer ginger with 1  1/2 c. water in a small pot for 10 mins. Strain and cool ginger water. Juice every last drop out of your beautiful lemons! Mix all ingredients together and enjoy!
Looking for a fun addition? Try adding a pinch of chipotle powder and of course….tequila!
ginger mint lemonade