Kiwi Lemonade, Refreshing Summer Moctail/Drink (Non Alcoholic)

Summers are all about light food and cooling drinks for me.

Kiwi lemonade have been on my to make list. And finally I got a bunch of Kiwi’s which I found on sale. The kiwi was sweet and tangy and perfect for a lemonade.

Let’s get on with it.

Directions to make kiwi lemonade –

Kiwi Lemonade
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
5 mins
Total Time
10 mins

Kiwi lemonade is a refreshing summer drink made from fresh kiwi fruit and it tastes best when served chilled. 

Course: Breakfast, brunch, Drinks
Cuisine: American, Indian
Keyword: fresh fruit drinks, kiwi lemonade, summer drinks
Servings: 6
Author: Avin Kohli
  • 2 Medium size fresh kiwi
  • 1 Whole lemon
  • 10-12 Ice Cubes
  • Chilled water As required
  • Black salt Optional
  • Granulated sugar as needed
  1. Puree one and a half kiwi and chop in small peices the rest of the half left. 

  2. In a mixing jar add the kiwi puree, lemon juice, sugar as per your taste, black salt and mix with water. 

  3. Pour ice & the chopped kiwi and serve chilled. 

Recipe Notes
  • You can strain the kiwi puree if you don’t want it’s small seeds. 
  • For more freshness add mint leaves with kiwi puree. 
  • You can also turn this drink into a cocktail by adding alcohol of your choice and replacing water with soda. Vodka works best for such drinks. 

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