Honey Lemon Soda

honey lemon soda recipe



honey lemon soda recipe

Honey Lemon Soda

Allen Bixby
The idea for this refreshing house-made treat came from a new shop in DC’s Petworth neighborhood. Three Little Pigs is a salumeria of locally-sourced meats and pickled preserves. They also sell hand-crafted local salts, artisanal breads and delicious, sparkly drinks made with all-natural ingredients. Experimenting back at home, this is our version. We like that you can adjust the sweetness to your own taste, as each glass is made.
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Our favorite drink
Cuisine French
Calories 38 kcal


  • Sauce pan
  • Mason jar
  • Large glass


  • 12 Oz  Honey (about 1 1/2 cup)
  • ½ Cup Water
  • 2 Whole, juicy lemons Squeezed
  • ½ Tsp Lemon zest
  • Seltzer water
  • Ice


  • Place first four ingredients in a sauce pan and bring to a low boil. When cool enough to handle, place in a large enough Mason jar to store. When serving, fill a large glass with ice, add about one tablespoon of honey lemon syrup, add seltzer, stir and enjoy. Adjust to taste


Calories: 38kcal
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About the Author Allen Bixby

My wandering interests from croissants and laminating dough to smoking briskets to sous vide duck confit, it was all on the table to learn.

This is the combinations of experience that drives BeyondEdible.com. Tastier, healthier, and cheaper ways to get fun food on your table with tips to make it easy, even if you are beginning your cooking journey. After the decades I still love French toast, or a good burger, and sharing that with other folks is both fun and humbling.

So raise a glass, break some bread, and enjoy!

They say that 10,00 hours working a skill makes you an expert. By that standard I qualify as an expert cook. I eschew the title Chef because I do not have formal training…but dang, do I have hands on work, with the burn and cut scars to prove it. [Read More]

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