Pink Aloe Lemonade Recipe! How to Make Aloe Taste Amazing!!!


Pink Aloe Lemonade

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Aloe juice is one of the healthiest things you can put into your body. This healing plant is known for healing all types of inflammation and does wonders for your digestive and over all health. There is only one problem, it tastes like licking the bottom of a toad’s belly (I don’t really know what that tastes like) and is just as slimy. But one day while experimenting with different health juice recipes I unlocked the secret of yuminess, the Lemon! I love this recipe for 3 reasons, 1 its delicious, 2 its ridiculously healthy, & 3 I control the ingredients meaning that there are no hidden sugars and artificial additives in this amazing drink!

Ingredients
⦁ 1-2 juicy lemons
⦁ fresh spring water aprox 32 oz
⦁ 1/4 cup or enough to turn mixture the shade of pink you like of REAL organic cranberry juice (NOT from concentrate)
⦁ 1 Inch Piece of Ginger ( for kick and spice optional)
⦁ 3-4 inches of inch wide aloe leaf or 1-3 inches of 2-3 inch wide aloe leaf
⦁ Lemon or plain flavored Liquid Stevia
You will need…
~ A Blender/nutribullet
~A Strainer
~ A knife
~ A Cutting Board
~ A Citrus Squeezer (optional)
~ How to cut aloe leaf


Instructions
Step 1: Pick and Peel aloe leaf. Place the gel into blender.

Step 2: Add the fresh lemon juice into the blender. (Add finely diced ginger optional)

Step 3: Add Cranberry Juice

Step 4: 1/2 dropper of liquid stevia

Step 5: Add 16 oz of fresh spring water

Step 6: Blend mixture until any hard pieces are emulsified

Step 7: Strain mixture through thin mesh strainer into a mason jar or pitcher

Step 8: Add last of the fresh spring water and mix well

You can drink this healthy juice everyday it will taste so good and look so pretty you will definitely want to!

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