Homemade Orangeade Recipe | Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice
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There’s something about going down the shore and having Fresh Orangeade. Every summer we love to go down to Wildwood and just spend a few days there. It’s something we’ve done since we met so we either go to Wildwood, Cape May, or Atlantic City. Atlantic City is tempting to gamble so we rarely go now. but I’ll never forget that time I put $20 between 0 and double 0. I had a ton of spending money when it hit!
I have to admit my favorite thing is the Orangeade. I’m a huge fan of orange juice and while I love it on it’s own it’s made better by adding some simple ingredients! Everyone loves lemonade, but what about orangeade? Don’t get me wrong, they’re both delicious! I just love orangeade a little more 😉
Since having our daughter we love to involve her with everything and that includes making a mess in the kitchen, why should we have all the fun? There’s nothing better than waking up and heading to the kitchen to make fresh squeezed orange juice and orangeade! We use a citrus juicer by Mastrad. It’s actually really easy to use and goes right on top of our pitcher! After the kiddo finishes juicing we just toss it right into the dishwasher. We’re excited to try it for grapefruits and lemons too since it’s 2 in 1.
What we really like is that we can control if we want the pulp to go in or not. I lift up the juicer part at the end and just pour the pulp in. I LOVE my Orangeade with extra pulp!
- 6 Organic Valencia Oranges washed and cut in half
- 1/4 Cup Sugar
- 2-3 Cups Water enough to fill
- Juice the oranges and then shake it up with the sugar (our pitcher does really well keeping in the liquids while we shake)
- Once combined add in the water and give another shake, chill and enjoy!