Make your Own Energy Drink – The Limeade

Limeade - something similar to and yet different from the ordinary lemonade which we normally have

Make your Own Energy Drink – The Limeade

Yesterday, I got somewhat carried away while working out over the weekend and did a bit more than I could manage.  Although I did feel fresh and nice thereafter but was also very tired by the time I reached home.  I wanted to just lie down and do nothing; and then suddenly remembered the homemade energy drink that my friend Maria gave me last time when I was at Canada.  That was also when we were tired after a daylong trekking.  After having that, I had suddenly felt full of energy.

The name that she gave the drink was limeade – something similar to and yet different from the ordinary lemonade which we normally have.

I tried making my own version of limeade based on what I remembered and was surprised how simple and easy it was.  I really felt full of energy and am sharing the same with you; just in case you feel the need of sudden burst of energy after a long time tiring day.

As the name suggests, limeade is made with lime with a dash of sugar in it.  However if you are more health conscious like me, it would be prudent to substitute sugar with honey. It would make it taste almost similar and yet retain the health benefits.

I am giving just 2 variants of limeade but there is certainly no limit to the number of permutations and combinations you can carry out by your own innovations.

Traditional Limeade

Ingredients

  • Fresh lime juice – 1 cup (use 7 to 8 limes)
  • Filtered water or soda – 5 cups
  • Honey – 1/4 cup (you can also use agave nectar)
  • Coconut sugar – 1 Tbsp. (can use any other sugar or honey)
  • Ice – to serve
  • Tequila (Optional) – 30 ml

Directions

Squeeze all the limes using a citrus juicer (or by hand) till you have about 1 cupful of lime juice. Mix this juice with water in a large bowl. To this add sugar or honey and mix it well till it dissolves. You can use an egg beater for mixing. Thereafter, add and mix coconut sugar into it until it gets fully dissolved. Serve this over a few cubes of ice.

IN ADDITION SEE ALSO:  Ginger Blackberry Limeade Energy Booster

 

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