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3-Ingredient Lavender Lemonade

Refreshing and delicious, with the herbal benefits of lavender and only three ingredients!
ClassesPersonal Plants Recipes: 3-Ingredient Lavender Lemonade!
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Recipe by Haley Nagasaki

Floral and citrus uplifts in this divine lavender lemonade. Use fresh squeezed lemons and lavender from your garden, and surprise your guests with this simple yet elegant violet libation.


4 cups water

1 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice (5 to 6 lemons)

1 cup lavender simple syrup (below)

Lemon wedges or wheels for garnish (optional)

Lavender sprigs for garnish (optional)

Simple Lavender Syrup

2 cups water

2 cups organic cane sugar or agave syrup

4 tbsps dried lavender flowers

Natural purple food coloring (optional)


Bring the water to a boil.

Add sugar and stir until it’s fully dissolved.

Add lavender and reduce heat, simmering for about 15 minutes.

Remove from heat and allow to cool.

Using a sieve or cheesecloth, strain lavender flowers.

For a touch of color, add natural purple food coloring.

Bottle in an airtight container and store in the refrigerator.

Syrup keeps up to 1 month.

To make lemonade, stir water, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a pitcher.

Pour over ice and enjoy!

Serves 4.


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Haley Nagasaki
Haley Nagasaki
Regenerative Gardener

Haley is a Canadian wellness journalist specializing in the cannabis space. Based on Vancouver Island, she has expanded her craft to include the cultivation side of the industry. Haley believes the key to restoring balance within our ecosystems, both internal and external, is through the practice of regenerative systems, to which she now lovingly dedicates her time and focus.

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