Cherry & Lime Lemonade

Cherry & Lime Lemonade | Lilie bakery
Cherry & Lime Lemonade | Lilie bakery
Cherry & Lime Lemonade | Lilie bakery

There are days that we would like to last for weeks, like this episode of heat which has gripped the country lately. Even in Brittany (!) We let ourselves be lulled by the hot wind until the evening, a pleasure to alternate swimming in salt water and lazing in the garden. In short, a taste of summer. And it seems that it will be hot in the summer this year… In short, weather forecast is over! I am talking to you today about a nice refreshing drink that I had the opportunity to make with the first cherries of the season. A sparkling cherry and lime drink that can be sipped endlessly! If if I swear to you. Not too much sugar, a subtle fruity aroma (thank you cherries) and a refreshing hint of lime and bubbles. Happiness in a bottle, I tell you.

The good news is that this lime cherry lemonade is super easy to make, as long as you have a blender (and the 4 ingredients of this recipe - yes 4 - no more). And for people who are sensitive to this subject, know that this is a completely vegan recipe.

Lemonades are really my favorite thing when the weather is hot: the idea of ​​a smoothie at this time of year appeals to me less, or with ice cubes. But in terms of texture, I still prefer small sparkling bubbles. Nothing better to give yourself a boost when it's hot.

I advise you to make this lemonade and to taste it directly afterwards (do not make it in advance), it would lose its bubbles, it would be a shame ... 

Here is my recipe:

Cherry & Lime Lemonade | Lilie bakery
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Cherry & Lime Lemonade

Light, fruity and sparkling… What more could you ask for?
Preparation15 min
Baking0 min
Total15 min
Recipe type: Beverages
Kitchen room: French
Quantity: 4 glasses


  • 1 L sparkling water
  • 130 ml lime juice
  • 120 g pitted fresh cherries
  • 90 g brown sugar to adjust according to your taste


  • In a blender, pour the cherries, sugar and lime juice. Mix finely.
  • Add the sparkling water (gently by tilting the container slightly otherwise it foams!)
  • Put in the fridge.
  • Serve in 4 glasses with ice cubes.


To consume quickly (better). You can also add fresh mint leaves for an extra "fresh" effect.
By Lilie bakery
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17th May 2017



  1. Reply

    Sandrine / Strawberry & Basil

    2th June 2017

    These photos full of freshness are absolutely sublime :)

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      Lilie bakery

      3th June 2017

      Thank you Sandrine :) coming from you - talented as you are - that makes me very happy!

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    2th June 2017

    Very nice photos for a perfect refreshing recipe with this heat.

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      Lilie bakery

      3th June 2017

      To drink without moderation :)

  3. Reply


    2th June 2017

    Completely fan of this recipe! Too bad I don't have the necessary equipment, but I would test for sure :)

  4. Reply


    3th June 2017

    I am thinking of testing this recipe! It looks so good!

  5. Reply


    3th June 2017

    This lemonade makes me want!

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    6th June 2017

    Hello, haven't you filtered it because I'm afraid the cherries will leave a little skin?
    Thanks, that looks delicious!

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    Royal chill

    16th June 2017

    Superb these photos… this color of lemonade is crazy!

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    21th June 2017

    This recipe looks really perfect to me with the weather in recent days, only I wonder if it will need to be filtered before adding the sparkling water to avoid having pieces of cherries?

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    The Sunny Foodie

    28th June 2017

    The photos are so pretty and full of pep's! A nice fresh idea for the summer :)

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      Lilie bakery

      July 20, 2017

      We take advantage of the beautiful season to capture the light! Hope it lasts ;)

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    July 21, 2017

    It makes your mouth water all that !!

  11. Reply


    July 24, 2017

    Very original! I really like


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