Raspberry Peach Lemonade


A perfect “goodbye to summer” drink . . . for those early fall days when the weather is still warm, peaches are still in season, and a little piece of you still wants to hang on to summer. So, barbecue one last time, hang out on the patio, and sip the wonderfulness that is raspberry peach lemonade.


For each serving:

1 fresh, cold peach

1 cup Minute Maid Raspberry Lemonade (made from concentrate)


Peel, pit, and mash 1 peach. Pour through fine mesh strainer, reserving juice. Add peach juice to raspberry lemonade. Serve over ice.

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3 Responses to Raspberry Peach Lemonade

  1. Terri @ that's some good cookin' says:

    Peach raspberry lemonade in September; you are such a maverick. Aside from the fact that this looks/sounds so delicious, I was just coming over for a visit when I saw that you had left a comment on my blog. Weird. We’re too connected for two people who have only ever “talked” on each others blogs. Kindred spirits, as Anne of Green Gables would say.

    I’m totally with you on hanging on to summer for a little while longer. The summer, for me, went so fast that I almost feel cheated. I want to be a kid again so that time will go slowly. I want it to feel like Christmas is years away instead of only a few minutes away. Maybe I’ll be a maverick, too, and make peach-raspberry-lemonade-wassail at Christmastime. I mean, I’m caught in this time compression vortex and that mixture sounds like the perfect food answer to my space-time conundrum. (As I think about it, if you threw in a carrot then it would almost be a V-8 Splash sort of concoction.) Actually, the more I think about the whole combination, the better it sounds. Hmmm…thanks for the idea! LOL

  2. Deb says:

    I was hoping you would post this. I have enjoyed my last peach from my tree. It was so yummy in rasperry lemonade!

    • Carol says:

      Aww…the last peach? I just realized we ate our last peach yesterday too. It sort of feels like the end of an era in a way, yes? You were so sweet to share your peaches. They were so sweet!!

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