Lemon Shake-Ups. You’ve had them at the county fair, the rodeo, the fall festival, the circus, and the carnival, but have you had them at home? They are easy and deliciously refreshing during the summer.
Start with two cleaned quart-sized Mason jars. Fill them with one whole tray of ice cubes.
Each jar needs four lemons (or a mixture of lemons and limes), so slice two in half.
Squeeze the lemons into the Mason Jars, then drop them right in.
Spoon in some wonderfully-refined-tastes-divine white sugar. Two scoops worked for me.
Fill the Mason Jars 3/4 of the way full, then screw on the lid.
Now give the Mason jar a shake, shake, shake-shake. I mean shake it a-baby. Feel free to twist and shout.
I tried to punch a straw-hole in the lid with a paper punch, but I just wasn’t strong enough.
Serve with a straw. These are a bit addicting. We had them daily during the hot month of August. They also travel well to baseball games and picnics. Drink responsibly.
Now wasn’t that Mason jar handy? Here’s more uses for Mason jars found around the web.
Coffee Syrup in a dispenser. Paula Deen recipe.
Spring lamp with shade. Redberry Barn craft.
Dish soap dispenser. Country Living
Glowing Firefly Jar. Curbly.
Rainbow tinted jars. Momtstic
Spice dispenser. The Cheese Thief
Valentine’s Day Votive. Tatertots and Jello.
Storage. Lovely Little Details
Matchbox. Craftaholics Anonymous
Candle. Put It in a Jar.
Spill Proof Cup. The Chick n’ Coop.
Blender Jar. Real Simple
Asparagus Keeper. Urban Strawberry
Paper Cupcake Organizer. Table for Two
Summer Table Setting. Hooked on Houses.
Twine Dispenser. Home Made Simple
Pantry Storage. Beach Bungalow 8
Dinner Rolls in a Jar. Simple Bites.
Camping Pancake Mix. One Good Thing
Beach Collection Jars. Wholly Koa
Cupcake Candy Jar. Chica Circle
There you have 21 more reasons to love Mason Jars.
P.S. If you have a great Mason Jar Idea, please tell us. Or add a link to someone elses amazing Mason Jar idea.