Ingredients1 h 25 m servings 122 cals
- In a small saucepan, combine the water, sugar and 1 tablespoon of chopped mint. Stir and bring to a boil. Cook until sugar has dissolved, then remove from heat and set aside to cool. After about an hour, strain out mint leaves.
- Fill 2 cups or frozen goblets with crushed ice. Pour 1/2 of the lemonade into each glass and top with a splash of the sugar syrup. Garnish each with a mint sprig and a straw. Serve on a silver platter.
Per Serving: 122 calories; 0 g fat; 31.6 g carbohydrates; 0.1 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 7 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Very refreshing. The mint used in juleps is called Corsican Mint. It has tiny leaves & the plant grows as a ground cover - much different than peppermint and similar varieties. The flavor is ...
Darn! I thought I just created a no liquor Mojito with this recipe. It sure is good though!
Very yummy! Easy too. I had to make a second batch of the syrup later in the day because I liked it so much. I also tried it with Limeaid and I loved it that way. It's a very refreshing drin...
i enjoy this all summer long. and if you want bourbon in it, stir in a jigger. i do not think it needs it. frosted ice cold glasses a must. good lemonade a major must. no premade stuff.
This is great! I think I've looked for an alcohol free version before but could not find it. I'm not a huge mint fan, but this was delicious!
I brought these to a luncheon for my pregnant sister. They looked incredibly elegant, and tasted really refreshing. She and all the other guests loved them! Never missed the alcohol! Thank you f...
Used this recipe for a Kentucky Derby themed baby shower and it was a great hit!
I made this as well as the Mint Julep with alcohol. Everyone enjoyed this one more. Very refreshing and great tasting. Great use for my mint from my Aero Garden!