Nearly every type of lemonade is packed with sugar, and those that aren’t can be filled with artificial sweeteners.  Fortunately for those who crave an ice-cold glass of lemonade, we’ve got a few recipes you’ll love, from homemade lemonade to Arnold Palmer to even a do-it-yourself electrolyte replacer – and the best part:  they’re all 100% natural, with zero sugar.

Swerve Lemonade

1 cup hot water

2 ¼ cups cold water

½ cup lemon juice

2/3 cup Swerve Sweetener

Dissolve Swerve in one cup of hot water.  Add lemon juice concentrate and cold water.  Stir and serve over ice with lemon wedge garnish.

Per 8-ounce serving:

0 calories, 0 sugar

Swerve Arnold Palmer

4 ounces iced tea

4 ounces Swerve Lemonade

Pour iced tea and Swerve Lemonade into a tall glass filled with ice.  Garnish with lemon wedge and fresh mint (optional).

Per 8-ounce serving:

0 calories, 0 sugar

Swerve ‘Sports’ Drink

¼ teaspoon potassium-based salt substitute (I used No-Salt)
¼ to ½ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon baking soda (optional. Can help buffer lactic acid; may cause g.i. upset)
1/4 cup hot water
4 cups Swerve Lemonade

Dissolve the salt substitute and salt in the hot water (using a quart pitcher), then stir in chilled Swerve Lemonade.

Per 8-ounce serving:

0 calories, 0 sugar, plus 150 to 300 mg sodium and 162 mg potassium