Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices
These Alkalizing Frozen Lemon Slices can be added to water, tea or smoothies for a fresh pop of flavor and a few nutritional benefits.
Adding lemon to water or herbal and green tea is a great way to help with our daily water intake that we all need to stay hydrated. For convenience, keep these Frozen Lemon Slices stashed in the freezer at home or at work to perk up your water or tea.
Frozen Lemons Recipe
2 large lemons
How To Freeze Lemons
- Slice lemons. Rinse lemons under water and pat them dry. Slice the lemons fairly thin or cut them into wedges.
- Freeze lemons. Lay the slices out on a cookie sheet lined with plastic wrap or a Silpat and put in the freezer for about an hour, or until frozen solid.
- Transfer to freezer bags. Place the frozen lemon slices (or wedges) into a freezer bag and return to the freezer where they will last up to 3 months.
What Can You Do With Frozen Lemons?
When frozen lemon slices and wedges thaw they tend to be a little mushy, so you won’t want to use them for appearances sake.
- Add slices to water or tea for a pop of flavor.
- Steep them in water with ginger to make a lemon ginger tea.
- Toss them into your morning smoothie for the added nutritional perks.
- Use them to bake fish or chicken with.
What To Do With Lemons
Here are more recipes putting fresh lemons to good use to keep your immune system strong and to help you stay hydrated.
- Lemon Water
- How to Zest a Lemon
- Immune Boosting Whole Lemon Ginger Ice Cubes
- Lemon Ginger Morning Detox Drink
- Detox Honey Lemon Ginger Slices
- Hydrating Lemon Cucumber Ice Cubes
- Lemon Ginger Popsicles
- 2 large organic lemons, rinsed
- Slices the lemons fairly thin.
- Lay the slices out on a cookie sheet and put in the freezer for about an hour, or until frozen solid.
- Place the frozen lemon slices (or wedges) in a freezer bag and return to the freezer.