Having my own garden (for about 3 years now) but no rhubarb plant, that’s what I call a garden disaster! So this year to plant my very own rhubarb plant is going to be on the top of my to-do list. Until then rhubarb is on my weekly shopping list and I keep begging friends and family niecly, who already are lucky to have rhubarb in their garden to get some…

Why? One reason is this lovely sweet lemonade. Perfect to serve and enjoy ice-cold now that spring and the warm weather finally has arrived.

Love Alexandra

Rhubarb lemonade

Health benefits
of Rhubarb

  • Low on calories
  • Stimulates bone growth & repair
  • Helps prevent Alzheimer’s disease
  • Stimulates production of red blood cells
  • Reduces risk of cardiovascular diseases
  • Prevents cancer and macular degeneration
  • Strengthens digestive system and relieves constipation

Did you know...

The redder the stalk, the sweeter the taste.


You will need:

• 500 g rhubarb
• 200 g cane sugar
• 1 l water
• 1 organic lemon (cut into quarters)

For serving
Ice cubes


Want it less sweet? Add some freshly squeezed limejuice.

How to:

Make the lemonade:

  1. Cut the roots and leaves of rhubarb and rinse in cold water.
  2. Cut into small pieces and place in a saucepan together with cane sugar, water and lemon.
  3. Bring everything to boil and let it simmer for 5 minutes.
  4. Remove from the heat and leave for 20-25 min .
  5. Strain mixture through a fine sieve, discarding solids, and refrigerate to chill.
  6. Serve rhubarb lemonade over ice.