How to make Blueberry Lemonade, a simple recipe...

Blueberry Lemonade

2 cups of Lemon Juice (whether freshly squeezed or pre-squeezed)
3 cups of fresh spring water (cold, of course)
2 cups of sugar
1 cup of blueberries (I prefer to use fresh, however; you can use frozen, as long as they have been rinsed and drained)
Ice Cubes
1 oz. (or 1 tablespoon) of Blueberry Schnapps
1 lemon slice (optional)

First and foremost, If you intend to freshly squeeze a lemon to make lemon juice, I would advise that you do that first. Once completed, you want to add that to a glass or whatever container you intend to use. Then, as you continue, you want to add a cup of sugar to the lemon juice. Add the 3 cups of fresh water.

Next, once that is accomplished, you can now focus on making your blueberry syrup. You want to take 1 cup of blueberries (whether fresh or frozen) and add them to a blender. If you want your blueberry lemonade to be extra sweet (and there are some people who prefer this), you can purchase the blueberries that are pre-sweetened. Along with the blueberries, you want to add 1 cup of sugar, followed by the blueberry schnapps to the blend.

Once you have combined the ingredients, you can begin to blend them all together. The texture doesn't have to be liquid, but it is best to get it as liquid as possible. The final result should be relatively thin, but also have some mass. (If that makes any sense)

Next, you want to add the blueberry syrup to the lemonade. Because of it's mass, it should definitely mix naturally, but fall to the bottom of the glass and/or container you intend to use.

I like to use crushed ice. I am not a fan of regular cubes, but whatever you choose to do is fine. Whatever makes you happy. I am going to crush my ice and then add it to the lemonade glass.

Finally, it is time to serve. You want to serve your blueberry lemonade in a glass, with a lemon garnish.