Raspberry Lemonade with Mint & Raspberryade Ice Pops

This is very simple and frugal recipe for the raspberryade (raspberry lemonade) made out of raspberries that we had leftover from making layered raspberry sponge cake for my daughter’s birthday.

Then we used leftover lemonade to make couple of ice pops.

raspberry lemonade recipe


  • about 200 g raspberries
  • juice of 2 lemons
  • handful of mint leaves (chopped)
  • 2 litres of cold water – sparkling or still
  • golden caster sugar – to taste
  • ice cubes – to serve

raspberry ice lollies


  • jug (for the raspberry lemonade)
  • ice lolly moulds (for the ice pops)

how to make raspberry lemonade


  1. Place all of ingredients in a jug and give it a stir.
  2. Leave in the fridge for at least hour or two for raspberry juices to start running.
  3. Serve over cold ice.

fruity ice lollies recipe


  1. Pour leftover raspberryade into the ice pop moulds.
  2. Leave in the freezer overnight.


If you are looking for more thirst quenching drinks, check out: Sorrel Drink,  Wartermelon, Lime and Rosemary DrinkSparkling Cranberry Thirst Quencher or some more drink ideas I posted previously.

Or take a look at those drinks with raspberries: Watermelon Smoothie from Eats Amazing, Rhubarb and Ginger Zinger from Farmersgirl Kitchen or Polish Style Beer with Raspberry Syrup we made.

I’m submitting this recipe to Elizabeth’s No Waste Food Challenge.

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I’m sending this also over to Credit Crunch Munch challenge run by Camilla from Fab Food 4 All and Helen from Fuss Free Flavours and hosted this month by Charlene from Food Glorious Food.

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And to Kavey’s Bloggers Scream For Ice Cream – this month theme is Crowd-Pleasing Coolers.

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Your thoughts…

  1. These look so refreshing. We just need some summer weather to go with these ;)

  2. You need to come to Brighton then, 22 degrees and very sunny here.

  3. Love these lollies which look so cute and sound absolutely delicious:-) Thank you for entering #CreditCrunchMunch :-)

  4. I love the combination of flavours of the lemonade with the raspberries. I bet those raspberry ice pops didn’t last long!

  5. One gloriously coloured recipe two ways! How perfect! thanks for linking up to #creditcrunchmunch

  6. These look so lovely, and I love the double leftover thing you had going on!

  7. I’m loving the sound of these! What a gorgeous recipe and great way to use up leftovers! Thank you for sharing with the No Waste Food Challenge!

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