Fresh Squeezed Lemonade with Truvia® Natural Sweetener

Fresh Squeezed Lemonade with Truvia® Natural Sweetener

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"Naturally refreshing! The tart bite of fresh squeezed lemons is balanced with the sweetness of Truvia® natural sweetener to quench your summertime thirst. This beverage has only 5 calories per serving*."

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  1. Combine ingredients and stir to dissolve.
  2. Garnish rim of glass with fresh lemon slices or a strawberry, if desired. Serve over ice.
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  • ** or 4 packets Truvia(R) natural sweetener.
  • Note: 1 large lemon yields about 4 tablespoons juice; best if squeezed at room temperature.
  • Refrigerated 100% lemon juice from concentrate may be substituted for fresh squeezed lemon juice for great lemon flavor with a little less tartness.
  • Variations:
  • Use chilled club soda instead of water to make sparkling lemonade.
  • *This lemonade has 5 calories and 1 gram of sugar (from the lemon juice) per serving compared to 120 calories and 29 grams of sugar per serving in sugar-sweetened lemonade.
  • Nutrition Facts per serving: Calories 5; Total Fat, 0g; Saturated Fat, 0g; Trans Fat, 0g; Cholesterol, 0mg; Sodium, 0mg; Total Carbohydrate, 9g; Dietary Fiber, 0g; Sugars, 1g; Erythritol, 7g: Protein, 0g; Vitamin A, 0% DV; Vitamin C, 25% DV; Calcium, 0% DV; Iron, 0% DV.
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  1. 4 Ratings


Just really hard to beat a tasty glass of freshly-squeezed lemonade (any time of the year) with only 5 calories. This is so easy that it makes no sense to me to use frozen lemonade concentrate which is loaded with sugar. One lemon gives you 1/4 cup of fresh lemon juice which yields two servings. I always put my lemons in the microwave and heat on high for 20 seconds which maximizes the juice. I used only 1 Tbsp of Truvia, and it was plenty sweet for us. I recently starting cooking with Truvia, and I really like the fact that you get no aftertaste as you do with some other artificial sweeteners.


This was a good recipe to use trying stevia instead of sugar, but it was not lemony or sweet enough, although we drank the whole pitcher. (I did not have any Truvia because I found it not to be sweet enough when using it previously, so I substituted Stevia in the Raw.) When making a second pitcher, I took the zest off one lemon and added it to some stevia to enhance the flavor. Then I used a full cup of the lemon-infused stevia, dissolving it in a cup of warm water before adding the lemon juice and cold water. First taste is more to our liking.


Oh the sweet goodness of homemade lemonade. Takes a lot of lemons but well worth the effort