Brazilian Lemonade #summer #drinks

Brazilian Lemonade #summer #drinks

This is one of our preferred treats that appears to go consummately with all the fixings. Obviously it's an awesome beverage to appreciate throughout the late spring when the days are long and hot, but on the other hand it's incredible in the winter when limes are in season and taking care of business!

On the off chance that you have ever eaten at one of numerous prevalent Brazilian steakhouses like Tucanos or Fogo de chao, you may have gotten an opportunity to attempt this superbly sweet-tart Brazilian Lemonade. Serve it with nearly anything. It appears to be an odd misnomer to call this drink "lemonade" when there are no real lemons in it. In any case, the reason is really on the grounds that the word for the two lemons and limes in Portuguese is limão.

I've additionally perused this is here and there really called Swiss Lemonade in Brazil, in spite of the fact that I don't have a clue why or whether that is in reality evident. It might likewise simply be a provincial name from Brazilian limeade or lemonade, given that Brazil is such an enormous nation!

I have in reality even solidified this in popsicle shape and we've delighted in it that way as well, which is a yummy summer treat!

Also try our recipe Raspberry Mint Limeade

Brazilian Lemonade #summer #drinks

Brazilian Limeade - whatever you want to call it, this is one delicious and refreshing drink that we enjoy year round!


  •  4 juicy limes, washed and scrubbed clean
  •  6 cups water
  •  1 cup sugar
  •  6 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk


  1. Wash limes thoroughly by, scrubbing the skin with hand or dish soap to remove any pesticides or wax.  Slice off the ends of each lime, then cut them into 1/8ths.  
  2. In a blender, combine half of the water, half of the sugar, and half of the limes, then pulse 5-7 times.  Pour through a fine-mesh strainer into a pitcher, pressing the lime pulp with a spoon to help release juices, then discarding the remaining skins and pulp.  Repeat with the other half of the water, sugar, and limes.
  3. Stir the sweetened condensed milk into the limeade and serve with lots of ice and thin slices of lime for garnish.  If the drink tastes bitter at all, you can add a little extra sweetened condensed milk or sugar as needed.

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