$2 a pop?
With this recipe you can make you own lemonade for free-ninety-nine at most restaurants.
- Glass of ice water
- Half a lemon (sliced)
- Half a lime (sliced)
- 2 sachets of Sweet and Low
Step 1) Scope out the drinks station before you order – if you see cut fruit, hold the soda.
Step 3) Squeeze in the juice of half a lemon and half a lime. Put the rinds in too.
Step 4) Pour in two packets of Sweet and Low sweetener. Stir.
Step 5) Enjoy your drink! And that extra $2 in your pocket. You’re welcome very much.
- Free to you (potential savings between $2 and $250,000 a lifetime)
- Just 18 calories per serving (10 from the lime, 8 from the lemon)
- You control the sweetness
- More nutritious than real lemonade (possibly?)
- 40% RDA vitamin C
- 1.5% RDA Potassium
- 1% RDA Calcium
- 1% RDA Iron
- 0.5% RDA Protien
- It’s not carbonated
- You feel like a tool-bag making it
- Probably not encouraged by restaurant owners
Poor Man’s Fanta - substitute lemon and lime for orange (not available at all locations)