Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade - daniellewalker.com

Spring is just around the corner, so I think this is the perfect time to share this brand-new recipe for Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade using my Almond Cow. I have shared several almond milk recipes using the Almond Cow, but in case you didn’t know, you can also make an assortment of beverages too! This recipe is similar to my Lavender Lemonade recipe on page 105 in my cookbook Celebrations, with the addition of delicious wild blueberries. It is a refreshing and easy-to-make drink that’s ideal to be enjoyed on a warm spring or summer day!

This recipe is lightly sweetened with honey or maple syrup and infused with lavender and wild blueberries creating a delightful beverage that tastes like a special treat. I love how simple and essentially foolproof it is to make in my Almond Cow. This recipe will definitely become one of your go-to drinks. With only a handful of ingredients, it’s also a great alternative for kids who love juice. It is a healthier low sugar substitute that won’t give them that dreaded sugar rush & crash! 

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A pitcher and glass of Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade sits on a counter top with the Almond Cow in the background

The Almond Cow

If you haven’t read all about why I love my Almond Cow so much, you can read my blog post on why I love it so much here. It quickly became the go-to for making all my almond milk, cashew milk, coffee creamer, and even hot cocoa! I recently started to explore using it for other beverages like this recipe for Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade. You can also make teas, cocktails, lattes and coffee in it as well! 

More Almond Cow Recipes

If you are looking for more paleo-friendly Almond Cow recipes, you can check out this blog post where I share my recipes for Pumpkin Spice Creamer, Cashew Vanilla Creamer, and Hot Cocoa. The Almond Cow website also has several fun recipes for beverages and ways you can utilize your leftover almond pulp.

Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade in a glass cup full of ice with a lemon garnish sitting on a counter

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Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade

  • Author: Danielle
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings 1x
  • Category: Beverage
  • Cuisine: American

Ingredients

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  • 3 lemons, quartered & peeled
  • 1/3 cup honey or maple syrup
  • 1 tsp dried lavender
  • 1/4 cup wild blueberries
  • 4 cups water
  • Ice 

Instructions

  1. Add the water to the base of the machine, then fill with ice until it reaches the maximum line.
  2. Place lemon, blueberries, lavender and honey into the filter basket. Attach the filter basket to the top of the Almond Cow and twist in the direction of the close arrow to secure. Attach the top to the base.
  3. Plug in the Almond Cow and press the cow start button. It will run through 3 automatic stages. When the green light stops flashing, it is complete.
  4. Serve and enjoy! 

Keywords: beverage, almond cow, Danielle Walker, lemonade, paleo, natural, refreshment

3/09/22

Wild Blueberry Lavender Lemonade

COMMENTS

  1. Jennifer Morris says:

    Thanks! This sound so wonderful and springy! Do you think you could make this in a Vitamix and then strain it?

  2. Linda says:

    Do you have to use fresh blueberries or can they be frozen?

  3. ashley says:

    can you make this in a vitimix if you do not have a Almond Cow? Thanks!

  4. Paula says:

    Thank you for this great recipe! What if I don’t have the milk cow? I don’t know how it works.
    Thank you Danielle! I have a couple of your books.
    Paula

    • Danielle says:

      Hi Paula, I have other lemonade recipes on my blog that don’t use the almond cow! you can follow those instructions!

  5. Debbie Therrien says:

    I don’t have an almond cow. Any alternative for making the lemonade? Thx

    • Danielle says:

      I have other lemonade recipes on my blog that don’t use the almond cow! you can follow those instructions!

  6. Vanessa Blanco says:

    This is the perfect spring drink! Very refreshing

  7. vicki says:

    Do you think I could use the Almond Cow to make flavored simple syrup for cocktails? Like rosemary or ginger and jalapeño?

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