Hill Collection: Cheers! || Iced Moscato Lemonade

Friday, May 19, 2017

Cheers! || Iced Moscato Lemonade

This post has been sponsored by PinkBlush. All content and opinions are mine alone. 

Happy, happy Friday! This was the first week in a long while that went by exceptionally fast. And that's saying something considering my little has had a fever all the week long. I'm happy to report it broke this morning, and I think we're on the mend! One of the best parts of the week were the sick cuddles. While I hate that Greer was feeling bad, I love that I got some snuggle time with my girl who is always too busy to cuddle up. 

Speaking of favorites, the weather this week was amazing! It was a tease of summer weather and perfectly delightful. I love sipping on a fun drink in the sunshine on these days. It's perfect for keeping cooled off and treating yourself. Throw a book into the mix, and you've got yourself the best kind of lounging situation. A couple of weeks ago, I discovered a lovely combination. Add some fresh-squeezed lemonade with some moscato. Y'all it's light and refreshing and all kinds of yummy!



  • What You'll Need
    • 7 lemons (makes apprx. 1/2 liter of juice)
    • 1 cup sugar
    • 1 cup water
    • Bottle of your favorite moscato 
    • Blackberries + mint + lemon wedges for topping
  • What You'll Do
    • You'll start by making your simple syrup for the fresh-squeezed lemonade. In a small saucepan on the stovetop, combine the water and sugar. Bring to a boil then remove from heat.
    • While the simple syrup is coming to a boil, squeeze your lemons. After you have squeezed them, pour the lemon juice through a fine strainer to eliminate the seeds.
    • In a pitcher combine the lemon juice with the simple syrup. Stir well. Add water and ice until you reach a desired taste (more bitter or sweeter).
    • To make your drink, combine 1 part moscato to one part lemonade. Stir well and top with blackberries, mint, and/or lemon wedges.

For a little extra fun, you can blend the lemonade and moscato together with ice for a frozen concoction!


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It's as simple as it sounds and as easy as it looks! If you didn't have plans for your weekend yet, you should add this recipe to the line-up. Have a lovely Friday, friends! Cheers, to the weekend!


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