Recipes and Ideas
We know LL is more than a lemonade concentrate. Mixed with ice cold water, it is a thirst quencher like no other and its taste is classic all year round. Try these following ways or drop us a line at email@example.com with your own recipes/suggestions. If we use your ideas on the web site, we will send you a FREE bottle of Lighthouse Lemonade
as a thank you.
Classic Ways to Use
The Big Freeze
- Kids of all ages love frozen Lighthouse Lemonade popsicles.
- You can also freeze Lighthouse Lemonade in an ice tray, adding a little citrusy zest to your favourite beverage via our perfectly lemony ice cubes.
- Slushies! Need we say more?
- Our bodies are up to 65% water, so it’s important to keep hydrated. Add some lemony goodness to your water bottle and keep hydrated – in good lemony taste, of course!
- Kids’ water bottles will come home empty from school…guaranteed. Just add a splash of Lighthouse Lemonade and watch them hydrate. Shhh… don’t tell them water is good for them!
Lemonade is delicious to kids of all ages, but it needn’t be all child’s play!
- Add to iced teas – virgin or otherwise
- Try a lemony gin and tonic
- Add to vodka on the rocks
- Create your own lemon martinis and daiquiris
- Give your beer a little British kick by creating the perfect Shandy or adding Lighthouse Lemonade to Pimm’s for a little sophistication. Bottom’s Up!
- Add to hot teas for a summery burst mid-winter
- Feeling a little under the weather? Use Lighthouse Lemonade
as a base for hot lemon and honey drinks and chase away
those pesky colds!
Not Just A Summer Drink, by Diane Savoie
I love anything lemon especially something with a good pucker! Lighthouse Lemonade has become a favourite must have item in my home and catering kitchens. I love that it has a maritime story and is Canadian made from natural ingredients. But most of all I love its syrupy consistency that makes it a versatile culinary must for sweet as well a savoury dishes. The many ways I have used Lighthouse lemonade:
- As a base for my collection of lemonades made with local fruit juices such as rhubarb, blueberry, cranberry and grape.
- As a glaze for roasted chicken and pork.
- As a base for a lemon and garlic sweet and sour sauce
- As a glaze for lemon bread and muffins.
- I have created Lighthouse Lemon cheesecake, meringues and Italian nougat
- As a splash over shaved ice, make slushes and ice cubes. Add a few blueberries or raspberries to the ice cubes to add a little je NE sais quoi to your summer drinks.
- To sweeten tea
- Soak plump local wild blueberries for spooning over plain cake, ice cream, yogurt and panna cotta.
- To take the chill off a late fall night, I am now sipping Lighthouse Lemonade in hot water with a splash of local vodka. And I dream of a medicinal hot lemony rum toddy the next time I get the sniffles….which just might be soon! Pucker up for the winter! Stock up on Lighthouse Lemonade
Savoie Faire Culinaire, New Brunswick