Recipe Directions

Place the cup of ice in a blender. Add the freshly squeezed lemon juice and the goji berries. Pour in the water and blend. Makes a great slushy!
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You can add all the the ingredients except for the ice and blend. Pour goji lemonade over ice.
You could also add a sweetener such as agave nectar but I love the lemony bitterness.

Kaseylj's Thoughts

Refreshing twist on the traditional lemonade drink. Perfect on a sunny day.

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Hey, I made some Goji Berry Lemonade before but I made mine different - I didn't think it turned out as great so I never posted the recipe. I soaked my goji's overnight so I had a nice goji soak juice and than blended the whole thing. I made a huge batch for a potluck so I used like a cup of goji's - plus some sweetner.

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This is very good for summer. Did you soak berries first? Especially for a regular blendors. Thank you!

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ardesmond2:
Nope I just estimated how much water I had used.. sorry I don't go by strict measurements but I should have probably mentioned that, huh? Next time I'll be sure to approximate closer to what I actually use. :)
I hope you still enjoyed it!

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I tried this did you mean 2 cups of water or 1 cup of water, it blended out to juice instead of a slushy. Did I do something wrong perhaps.

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AWESOME!!!!

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YES why didn't I think of this I am going to try it now, I wonder what it would taste like with 1 cup of young coconut water in it. Thanks for this recipe

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beautiful picture....i bet it tastes as good as it looks :) will try this one soon :D

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