Low-Sugar Raspberry Lemonade

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This Raspberry Lemonade recipe combines fresh lemon juice, fresh raspberries, and monk fruit sweetener for a refreshing, low-sugar drink perfect for summer! 

Up close photo of low sugar lemonade with a lemon slice and fresh raspberries.

The Best Raspberry Lemonade You’ll Ever Make

This recipe is a twist on one of our favorite childhood drinks. It has all the sweet, tart flavor we grew up loving. But it’s made with virtually no sugar! 

That means you can drink a whole pitcher without any guilt. Even better, it comes together with just four simple ingredients. Unlike store-bought options, this recipe is free from added chemicals and preservatives. And it’s easy to adjust to taste.

Plus, it stores well, meaning you can make a large batch to keep on hand or serve at BBQs and potlucks. One taste, and you’ll be making this easy raspberry lemonade recipe all summer long! 

A tall glass of iced raspberry lemonade surrounded by fresh raspberries and lemon slices.


  • Lemon Juice – Freshly squeezed lemon juice is best, but bottled lemon juice will also work. 
  • Raspberries – Make sure to use fresh tart raspberries! Frozen raspberries won’t have as much flavor. 
  • Sweetener – We use monk fruit sweetener to keep the sugar content minimal. However, granulated sugar will also work. To enhance the raspberry flavor even further, feel free to use raspberry syrup instead.
  • Water – This dilutes the ingredients so the lemonade isn’t super overpowering. 

Recipe Instructions

  1. Cut the lemons in half, and juice them into a half-gallon mason jar
  1. Add the raspberries and ½ cup of water to a blender, and purée until smooth. 
  1. Place a fine mesh sieve over the lemon juice jar. Pour the raspberry mixture into it to catch most of the seeds. 
Overhead photo of monk fruit sweetener being poured into a jar of raspberry lemonade.
  1. Pour in the sweetener, stir to dissolve, and adjust to taste. 
Water being poured into a jar of lemon juice and raspberry puree for lemonade.
  1. Pour the remaining water into the jar, and stir to combine. 
A woman using a wooden spoon to stir raspberry lemonade in a glass jar.

Common Questions 

Does raspberry lemonade taste good? 

We might be biased, but we think it’s fabulous. Sweet, tart, and refreshing all at once, it’s everything you want in a warm-weather drink! 

Can you buy raspberry lemonade? 

Yes, you can typically find raspberry lemonade in the refrigerated juice section of your local grocery store. 

Can I use a different berry? 

Sure! Feel free to use any berries you like best. Blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries all taste great. 

Can I double the recipe? 

Absolutely, just double all the ingredients, and follow the instructions as the recipe card states. 

Can I make this recipe ahead of time? 

Yes! When stored in a pitcher or jar, this homemade lemonade will stay fresh in the fridge for up to seven days. 

Overhead photo of a glass of iced raspberry lemonade with fresh raspberries and lemon slice.

Low-Sugar Raspberry Lemonade Recipe

Make this low-sugar raspberry lemonade recipe in a matter of minutes with just four ingredients for a sweet, refreshing summertime drink!
Prep Time5 minutes
Total Time5 minutes
Course: Beverage
Cuisine: American
Keyword: raspberry lemonade, raspberry lemonade recipe
Servings: 6 servings
Calories: 18kcal
Cost: $3.00


  • 5 lemons or 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 3 1/2 cups water divided
  • ½ – 3/4 cup monk fruit sweetener


  • Cut lemons in half and juice them into a half gallon mason jar. Set aside.
    5 lemons or 1 cup lemon juice
  • Add the raspberries to a blender with 1/2 cup water. Purée until smooth.
    1 cup raspberries, 3 1/2 cups water
  • Place a strainer over the lemon juice jar and pour puréed raspberries into it. The strainer will catch most of the seeds and any chunks.
  • Pour in the monk fruit sweetener (start with ½ cup and add more if needed). Stir 30 seconds to dissolve the sweetener.
    ½ – 3/4 cup monk fruit sweetener
  • Pour in the remaining 3 cups of water. Stir until combined.
    3 1/2 cups water
  • Serve over ice or store in the fridge for up to 7 days.



Serving: 1serving | Calories: 18kcal

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