Homemade Peach Lemonade


One of my favorite summer fruits is peaches and with them, I make peach lemonade!

There is a beautiful, generational family about 30 minute’s drive from us that have a stone fruit farm that we pick cherries from every July, and then toward the end of July, the bushels of peaches start showing up! There is really just nothing like a summer peach right off the tree. Sweet and juicy, they literally feel like they melt in your mouth!

Homemade peach lemonade

And blending summer staple drink of lemonade with those amazing summer peaches is a match made in heaven!

This spring I made a blueberry lemonade for a birthday party we threw, and I just knew I wanted to try the same concept with peaches once they came in this summer!

You can use fresh or frozen peaches – if you don’t have access to in-season peaches, frozen will be the best tasting most likely. In fact, when I made this, I bought a few peaches from the store and it is not quite the season here yet – they were nothing like in season peaches so I ended up using some frozen organic peaches from Costco.

Healthy homemade peach lemonade

The peach lemonade is super smooth almost like peach nectar. And lightly sweet and tart – it is really a great combo if you have never tried it! I was really impressed with the flavor!

Just a couple of notes on the raw honey! Be sure not to add the raw honey to the cooked peaches until after the heat is turned off – you want to maintain all of the mineral and enzyme benefits of the raw honey. I get my raw honey from a local farmer. Take a visit to the farmer’s market and see what you can find or ask around there. You can also find it online as well from stores like Tropical Traditions.

Healthy homemade peach lemonade
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Peach Lemonade

Both sweet and tart, this one is perfect for summer.
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time10 mins
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: peach lemonade
Servings: 4 servings
Calories: 125kcal
Author: Renee


  • 2 cups peaches sliced, fresh or frozen
  • 1/4 cup honey preferably raw
  • 4-5 lemons
  • 3 cups water


  • Place the peaches and a cup of the water in a medium sauce pan, bring to a boil and then reduce to a simmer for 5 minutes or until the peaches soften. 
  • Put the cooked peaches in a blender along with the honey and puree completely.
  • Refrigerate until chilled and serve over ice.


You may use additional sweetener if desired. 


Calories: 125kcal | Carbohydrates: 34g | Protein: 1g | Sodium: 12mg | Potassium: 306mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 26g | Vitamin A: 5.5% | Vitamin C: 75.5% | Calcium: 3.8% | Iron: 5.2%

 If you are looking for more fresh summer fruit recipes you can try these strawberry creamsicles, fudgsicles, or this iced mango green tea.



Renee is wife and mama of 3 with one sweet babe in heaven. After years of taking back her own health that started with hormone and gut issues in her teens and 20's, she has a very deep, personal passion for helping people take baby steps to healed guts, functioning minds, balanced hormones, and solid health. She is convinced that even though we live in, and possibly grew up in a highly processed food world, that nourishing the body with traditional foods in every season of life is possible, and is vital to taking back health. She blogs at Raising Generation Nourished
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