Simple Splenda Lemonade

Simple Splenda Lemonade One Glass at a Time from 101 Cooking For TwoSimple Splenda lemonade one glass at a time…  darn useful.
 

This post just seems stupid. It is just way too simple but try googling and see what you get. You should be able to find this anywhere. On the Splenda website, on multiple other sites. But it is not there. You must have lemons, club soda and many other things people put in. Nobody wanted to just tell the ratio of Splenda to ReaLemon to water. How hard could it be?

I what a low carb lemonade that I can mix one glass at a time with what I have on hand. I have been using this ratio for almost 2 years now.

Rating : 9.5 I really like this
Click here for the Raspberry version

Ingredients:

1/4 cup Granulated Splenda
1/2 cup ReaLemon
2 cups water-cold
1 cup ice cubes

Instructions:

Do you really need them. OK… just mix well

Notes: 1/4 cup granulated Splenda is equal to 6 packets. I believe that different people perceive the sweetness of Splenda differently.  So adjust to your taste. And you can adjust the ice cubes too ;).

Simple Splenda Lemonade
 
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Do you really need them. OK... just mix well
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Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup Granulated Splenda
  • ½ cup ReaLemon
  • 2 cups water-cold
  • 1 cup ice cubes
Instructions
  1. Do you really need them. OK... just mix well
Notes
Notes: ¼ cup granulated Splenda is equal to 6 packets. I believe that different people perceive the sweetness of Splenda differently. So adjust to your taste. And you can adjust the ice cubes too ;).

Last Updated
September 9 2014

Comments

  1. says

    I love homemade lemonade and make it during the warm months. I use Fiber fit sweetener (pure sucralose without the dextrose or maltodextrin of Splenda) and the juice of a real lemon, even throwing the lemon halves in the glass. Mmmm!

    And thanks for telling me how to find the recipes. I’m computer literate but missed the ‘more’ on the pages.

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