Easy Strawberry-Kiwi Limeade

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Limeade is one of my favorite drinks, but I’ve been all about strawberries lately. And I think I made a tragic mistake…I made made a strawberry-kiwi limeade. Now I can’t get enough of the tangy mix of limes, lemons, kiwi and strawberry goodness. This Easy Strawberry-Kiwi Limeade is going to kill me. I will drown in its awesomeness. Go ahead and write the obit now…

This easy strawberry kiwi limeade is so good my kids can't get enough

Ingredients for Easy Strawberry-Kiwi Limeade

  • 4-6 large Strawberries (frozen or fresh, just thaw the frozen ones first)
  • 8 large fresh lemons (and I mean large)
  • 8 large fresh limes (large, you!)
  • 8 large fresh kiwis (ok, they’re all like one size)
  • No sugar…the kiwis and strawberries provide enough sweetness for me…but if you want it sweet, add about a 1/2 cup of sugar to your ingredients list

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How to Make Easy Strawberry-Kiwi Limeade

  1. Pop the lemons  and limes in the microwave for 30 seconds to soften them. Let them rest in the microwave until you need them next.
  2. Peel and slice 7 of the kiwis. This is the hardest part. Persevere and you’ll be well rewarded with a cool drink when we’re done.
  3. Place the kiwis and the strawberries in a blender and pulse at high speed until its all sorts of smooth and juicy. Place juicy mixture of awesome in the pitcher.
  4. Roll each of the limes and lemons under your elbow on the counter, mashing them to soften them just that much more.
  5. Slice each lime and lemon down the center horizontally. Lose as little juice as possible…put it in the big jug/jar/pitcher if you can.
  6. Using a juicer, if you have one, or your hand if you’re totally macho, squeeze as much juice out of each fruit as possible, pouring everything except the seeds in the jug.
  7. Stir thoroughly.
  8. If you want to add the sugar, this is where you do it. Stir thoroughly again, if that’s the case.
  9. Chill for 1 hour or add ice to cool it.
  10. Pour in a fabulous glass and start drooling.
  11. Slice the last kiwi into rounds adding a slit along one side to the center. Place on the rim of the glass as a pretty garnish.
  12. Enjoy!

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Yield: 10

Easy Strawberry-Kiwi Limeade

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

I can't get enough of the tangy mix of limes, lemons, kiwi and strawberry goodness. This Easy Strawberry-Kiwi Limeade is going to kill me. I will drown in its awesomeness. Go ahead and write the obit now...

Ingredients

  • 4-6 large Strawberries, frozen or fresh, just thaw the frozen ones first
  • 8 large fresh lemons, and I mean large
  • 8 large fresh limes, large, you!
  • 8 large fresh kiwis, ok, they’re all like one size
  • No sugar…the kiwis and strawberries provide enough sweetness for me…but if you want it sweet, add about a 1/2 cup of sugar to your ingredients list

Instructions

  1. Pop the lemons and limes in the microwave for 30 seconds to soften them. Let them rest in the microwave until you need them next.
  2. Peel and slice 7 of the kiwis. This is the hardest part. Persevere and you’ll be well rewarded with a cool drink when we’re done.
  3. Place the kiwis and the strawberries in a blender and pulse at high speed until its all sorts of smooth and juicy. Place juicy mixture of awesome in the pitcher.
  4. Roll each of the limes and lemons under your elbow on the counter, mashing them to soften them just that much more.
  5. Slice each lime and lemon down the center horizontally. Lose as little juice as possible…put it in the big jug/jar/pitcher if you can.
  6. Using a juicer, if you have one, or your hand if you’re totally macho, squeeze as much juice out of each fruit as possible, pouring everything except the seeds in the jug.
  7. Stir thoroughly.
  8. If you want to add the sugar, this is where you do it. Stir thoroughly again, if that’s the case.
  9. Chill for 1 hour or add ice to cool it.
  10. Pour in a fabulous glass and start drooling.
  11. Slice the last kiwi into rounds adding a slit along one side to the center. Place on the rim of the glass as a pretty garnish.
  12. Enjoy!

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