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Sugar-Free Lemonade - Toddler Drinks

Recipe By Aileen Cox Blundell

We all know how tricky it can be to find healthy kids food that our children will love, and the same can be said when looking for healthy kids’ drinks too. While there are loads of toddler drinks on the supermarket shelves and most of them look really good, more often than not, they are unhealthy and full of sugar. While your kids need drinks all year round, at this time of year, it’s even more important to keep your kids extra-hydrated. In the summer they’ll be playing outside in the heat and the sunshine, enjoying sports and generally running around with their friends…and they’re going to get thirsty!

3 Ingredient Refined Sugar Free/ No Sugar Added Lemonade for Kids! Nothing says summer like lemonade but it's usually loaded with sugar, NOT THIS RECIPE! This refreshing sugar free lemonade is all natural and just as sweet tasting as other lemonades. #lemonade #summerdrinks #refinedsugarfree #noaddedsugar #kiddrinks #healthyjuice

What your kid drinks is just as important as how much they drink, especially since there are so many choices for kids today that look deceptively healthy but are not. Not only are many of the drinks available today are full of added sugar, but they are also full of calories, and even caffeine and most of them have absolutely no nutritional value. Not only do they not have any nutritional value, but drinks like sodas suppress the appetite too meaning that kids are less likely to eat nourishing foods.

3 Ingredient Refined Sugar Free/ No Sugar Added Lemonade for Kids! Nothing says summer like lemonade but it's usually loaded with sugar, NOT THIS RECIPE! This refreshing sugar free lemonade is all natural and just as sweet tasting as other lemonades. #lemonade #summerdrinks #refinedsugarfree #noaddedsugar #kiddrinks #healthyjuice

Water is obviously a great option to keep your kids hydrated. However, many kids don’t like it, they find it boring, and they want something with a little more flavour that they will actually want to drink rather than you trying to force it down them. So, lucky for you, I have the answer to this problem, a lovely nourishing treat for when your toddler is craving something different. This no added sugar lemonade is not only healthy, but kids actually love it too. It is a great summer drink for kids, and a great way to get children drinking less of the store bought fizzy drinks. In this lemonade, there is no sugar added, and it is simply sweetened with fruit. To get the best results, you just fill the glass one-quarter full of the juice mixture and then top it with sparkling water to make a fizzy drink.

3 Ingredient Refined Sugar Free/ No Sugar Added Lemonade for Kids! Nothing says summer like lemonade but it's usually loaded with sugar, NOT THIS RECIPE! This refreshing sugar free lemonade is all natural and just as sweet tasting as other lemonades. #lemonade #summerdrinks #refinedsugarfree #noaddedsugar #kiddrinks #healthyjuice

This recipe is super easy to make with only half a Pineapple, 8 Lemons juiced, 40g mint leaves and fizzy water. Pour some in a nice big glass with ice and enjoy some yourself too.

3 Ingredient Refined Sugar Free/ No Sugar Added Lemonade for Kids! Nothing says summer like lemonade but it's usually loaded with sugar, NOT THIS RECIPE! This refreshing sugar free lemonade is all natural and just as sweet tasting as other lemonades. #lemonade #summerdrinks #refinedsugarfree #noaddedsugar #kiddrinks #healthyjuice

Sugar-Free Lemonade - Toddler Drinks

Prep time

10 minutes

Cook time

None

Servings

Large Jug

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Ingredients

1/2 Pineapple
8 Lemons juiced
40g mint leaves

To serve

Sparkling water
Ice
1 lemon thinly sliced

Method

  1. Blend the pineapple and lemon juice together until it turns lovely and smooth.
  2. Pour into a jug, then add the mint leaves and top with ice.
  3. To serve, 1/4 fill a glass with the juice mixture then top with sparking water, then stir.
  4. Add a little slice of lemon and drink!

Recipe Notes

For smaller little ones, freeze into pops for a cooling summer treat or just to cool down teething gums.

BLW Recipes 12 Months+ Dairy Free Egg Free Freezer Friendly Recipes Gluten Free Natural Treats Nut Free Picnic Recipes Quick and Easy Recipes Summer Recipes Toddler Recipes Vegan Vegetarian

Writen by Aileen Cox Blundell - number one bestselling author, award winning blogger and Mum of 3 kiddies who all eat their veggies.

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