Photo: Dementieva Iryna (Shutterstock) In recent days, you may have seen a new lemonade recipe making the rounds on social media. Called “ whipped lemonade ,” it’s made by whipping one-fourth of a cup of heavy cream with two tablespoons of powdered lemonade mix. Once the cream has been whipped into soft peaks, you spoon the mixture into a small glass filled with one cup of water and a handful of ice cubes, after which you stir or shake the mixture. The result is a creamy, tangy, lemony goodness that brings back nostalgic memories of classic lemonade, while the cream adds a certain gravitas. The bright tang of citrus, combined with the heft of cream, is an underrated combination, which you’ll know if you’ve ever made some of our no-churn citrus ice creams . If you’ve already made whipped lemonade (and I recommend that you do), you’re sure to like these other variations of lemonade. How to make Brazilian limeade Brazilian limeade is made with whole limes and sweetened condensed milk. To make it, cut four limes into eight pieces each, and put them in a blender along with half a cup sweetened condensed milk and four cups of water. Blend for no more than 15 seconds, as blending too long will make the limes bitter. Then, use a fine mesh strainer to strain the juice into a pitcher filled with ice. When serving, garnish with some slices of lime and if you so desire, some mint leaves. The […]