Recipe courtesy of Seasonal Berries

Strawberryade. Great For Afternoon Tea Or Children’s Parties. Hello friends. So how are you today? Fancy making some Strawberryade? Also, an ideal idea for afternoon tea and children parties. Refreshingly simple and easy to make. So yummy, too.

Indulge in the refreshing flavours of summer with this homemade Strawberryade recipe. Perfect for your afternoon tea. Made with freshly picked strawberries, this delightful beverage is a sweet and tangy twist on classic lemonade.


Strawberryade: Great For Children’s Parties:

Sip on this vibrant drink and let the fruity goodness transport you to a sun-kissed garden, as you savour the simple pleasures of a leisurely afternoon. Raise your tea experience with our irresistible Strawberryade, and let the flavours of the season dance on your palate.

How To Make Homemade Strawberryade:

Makes 1 litre (1 and 3/4 pints)

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Chilling time: overnight

What You Need:

  • 250 g (9 oz) strawberries, hulled
  • 3 lemons, scrubbed
  • 75 g (3 oz) caster sugar
  • 750 ml (11/4 pints) boiling water

Strawberryade Method:

How To Make:

  1. Firstly, crush the strawberries roughly with a potato masher or handheld wand mixer in a bowl.
  2. Pare the rind thinly from half the lemons with a vegetable peeler making sure to leave as much white pith behind as possible or this will the make the strawberryade bitter.
  3. Halve and squeeze the juice from all the lemons then mix into the strawberries with the sugar.
  4. Pour on the boiling water, stir well to mix then cover and leave to cool place. Transfer to the fridge overnight.
  5. Next day, strain if liked, and pour into a bottle, seal and chill in the fridge until needed.
  6. Use within 2 days.
  7. Last but not least, serve undiluted with ice or mixed half and half with sparkling water for children.

Strawberryade: Great For Children’s Parties:

So what do you think about this Strawberryade? Great For Afternoon Tea Or Children’s Parties. Credits: Seasonal Berries.

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Strawberryade: Great For Children's Parties
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  1. Judy Haughton-James
    19 May 2012 / 16:56

    Oh, this looks great Clairejustine! Just right for the summer time! Do enjoy the rest of your weekend.

    • 19 May 2012 / 22:02

      Thanks for the comment Judy,bring on the sunshine 🙂

  2. Bridget
    19 May 2012 / 16:14

    This looks like a wonderful summertime drink. I'm a new follower from What's cooking in the burbs. Have a great weekend!Bridget

    • 19 May 2012 / 21:59

      Hi Bridget thanks for stopping by and following,of to follow back 🙂

  3. The View From The Table
    19 May 2012 / 14:41

    Ohhh, this could be the base of a very nice tall cocktail to…!

    • 19 May 2012 / 21:58

      Oh sounds great I could just drink one now 🙂

  4. The View From The Table
    19 May 2012 / 14:39

    This looks beautiful, can't wait for the glut of strawberries. Love the jars and straws too, practical and beautiful, perfect! x

    • 19 May 2012 / 21:57

      Thanks for the comment 🙂

  5. Diane
    19 May 2012 / 09:59

    Can not wait to make this. I love the jars with straws . I have a weak spot for mason jars 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend.

    • 19 May 2012 / 21:56

      Thanks for the comment Diane,enjoy the rest of your weekend 🙂