Deliciously Sprinkled

Raspberry Lemonade

Raspberry Lemonade


With swimsuit season in full swing and after stuffing my face last week on vacation with all the goodies, especially the delicious Strawberry Upside Down Cake.

I decided to make a refreshing Raspberry Lemonade that is made with fresh raspberries, freshly squeezed lemons and the zero calorie sweetener, Sweet’N Low.

And after a fun day on the boat, I love enjoying a large glass of this guilt free lemonade.


Raspberry Lemomade


This homemade lemonade is so simple to make, all you need is Sweet’N Low, fresh raspberries, about 6 lemons to squeeze fresh lemon juice, water, and ice cubes. Dissolve the Sweet’N Low and water in a saucepan for about 2-3 minutes, mix in the pureed raspberries and lemon juice. Add the raspberry lemon mixture to a large pitcher of  fresh cold water, and top with ice cubes.

Pour yourself a glass and top with a couple extra raspberries and a lemon slice, oh and a cute straw is a must. Enjoy!



How to make homemade lemonade



Fresh Strawberry Lemonade








Raspberry Lemonade Recipe
Yield: 8 Glasses

Raspberry Lemonade

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 1 cup water
  • 2 cups raspberries, pureed
  • 3 1/2 cups cold water
  • ice cubes


STEP 1: In a small sauce pan, bring the Sweet'N Low and water to a simmer. Stir so that sugar dissolves completely then remove from the heat and let cool to room temperature.

STEP 2: Place the raspberries in a food processor and process until smooth.

STEP 3: Pour pureed raspberries in the sugar water and stir well. Add the lemon juice.

STEP 4: Combine the raspberry mixture and the cold water in a large pitcher. Stir well and add lots of ice.

STEP 5: Serve raspberry lemonade with thin slices of lemons and raspberries.

29 comments on “Raspberry Lemonade”

  1. Pingback: 14 Recipes for Summer - A Little Craft In Your Day

  2. What kind of booze would you add? And how much?
    Thank you….rae

  3. I’ve just tried out this recipe and it’s amazing I also love the colours and the awesome taste

  4. Hi Jenn, I loved your recipe and have included it in a lemonade round up on BuzzFeed. Do take a look and show some love 🙂

  5. I’m glad that you have sponsors, but in the nutritional world, we call the little  pink sweet n low packs, “death packs”. Splenda isn’t great, but it is a bit better than “Sweet n Low”. Regular sugar or a natural cane sugar substitute would be a better choice. Aside from the nutritional info, the raspberry lemonade looks wonderful and I will definitely be giving it a try, for my next get together. 

  6. Hey, I’m from Germany and have never heard of something called “Sweet’n Low” but would really love to try your recipe. What is that stuff? What would you substitute it with, in case I can’t get my hands onto that stuff. Thanks in advance, Frannie

  7. This looks delicious! I’m not even a huge fan of blueberries, but I really can’t wait to try out this recipe. I just started making my own fresh lemonade last summer, so this will be a nice addition. 

  8. I Love fruity lemonades! This is so bright and beautiful! Aren’t raspberries amazing?

  9. This looks so refreshing! I love how simple and easy this recipe is. And made with all the fresh lemon juice and raspberries! Lemon + raspberry is definitely my favorite lemonade combination, so I will totally have to try this. 🙂

  10. That is some beautiful lemonade! I can’t get over that pretty color!

  11. This lemonade looks so delicious and refreshing!

  12. Looks so refreshing!! And I love the photos!

  13. Gorgeous and bright colors. I love these photos! This lemonade looks super refreshing on a hot summer day!

  14. Pretty color and what sounds like a refreshing and delicious drink!

  15. Ok the pics are GORGEOUS and with this FL heat I need a pitcher of this stowed in the fridge at all times!! YUM!! Pinned!

  16. Raspberry lemonade is my favorite because it’s so dang pretty!

  17. What a bright and colorful fun drink! Your photos are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.

  18. This looks perfect for the summer. I love fruity twists on lemonade and this one looks super.

  19. Gorgeous presentation! I can’t imagine how fabulous this tastes.

  20. This looks so refreshing – I could totally go for a glass right now!

  21. Jenn I agree, a paper straw is a must! I have a whole paper straw collection that I use as blog props, but unfortunately that means I never actually get to drink out of them!

  22. This looks delicious! Love lemonades, especially fruity lemonades! What a fun summertime drink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Skip to Recipe