Love and Olive Oil · Nov 16, 2014

Passion Fruit Meyer Lemonade

Well, that was fun.

Passion fruit week was a smashing success (in my opinion at least), and you all seemed to love the recipes as much as I did. I’m officially out of passion fruit now (sad face), so I guess it’s back to the same-old-same-old next week.

To wrap things up I’d like to share this oh-so-simple and delicious recipe for passion fruit lemonade. The recipe was inspired by something Todd prepared for us during my trip to California a few weeks back (the same trip where I acquired said passion fruits) and that I knew was the perfect use for the last of them.

Essentially it’s just lemonade, made with fresh squeezed lemon juice (in this case the sweeter Meyer lemons) and fresh passion fruit. A bit of water and simple syrup to taste, and voila. Passion fruit lemonade.

Meyer lemons are a cross between a traditional lemon and mandarin orange, so their skins are more orangey in color and their juice sweeter and less tart than standard lemons, making them the perfect companion for passion fruit. If you substitute regular lemons, you’ll likely just need a bit more sugar to offset the sourness.

Read the Rest —Passion Fruit Meyer Lemonade

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