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Frosted Lemonade #IceCreamSocial

Frosted Lemonade combines three simple ingredients for the simplest and most divine of frozen summer treats in just a couple spins of the blender.
Frosted Lemonade

Frosted Lemonade

By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime

Frosted lemonade is my recipe  of the day for Festive Foodies as we are sharing  ice cream treats as part of an ice cream  social.

I was thinking  of  making  ice cream but truthfully, my ice maker is on the fritz. So my extra freezer space is devoted to ice cube trays  and we are going  through a lot! I suppose I should  call the repairman, but you know. If  we are getting by, I think  I’d rather wait for this covid thing to settle down.

Frosted Lemonade

Getting By….

So no room for the  ice cream  tub. And I’d love to get a machine with a compressor, but maybe  not so much while we are laid off from work. I am not Marie Antoinette so can’t  just buy willy nilly when there is no steady work because of covid.

But  getting  by…

I  do like the  Frosted Lemonades from  Chick-Fil-a but they cost an arm and a leg. And I need all  mine right now. Haha.

And I was scoping out to see  how many people posted these and saw some recipes. I am NOT doing that.

Three Ingredients, Stupid Easy

I can’t help it, but when it gets hot I also get a bit lazy about making things from scratch. So I pared this down  to just three ingredients with zero prep. Are you still with me? *grinning*

Ice cream. Check. Frozen  lemonade. Check.   Creamer. Check.

Harold! She’s kvetching about the grocery prices again!

Did I mention the frozen lemonade concentrate is probably a bit cheaper than the fresh lemons? I buy those for my iced tea and they are *outrageous*, sometimes 79 cents each or higher.

And the crappy blenders…

Oh and I did this in the food processor instead of the blender and that works great. My blender has been annoying me if ice cream just sticks in the bottom. I really should get a new blender but…yeah. No money for that right now. The entire aerospace industry  is  dead (that’s what  the hubster does) (Did. Did I just say he does that? No, he used to do that.)

I’m in a mood,  aren’t I? (For a frozen lemonade. Yes, Yes, Yes!)

Okeys. So all the stuff is ready to go, just plop it in the food processor and buzz away. It’s yummy. Well, it *was* yummy, because those didn’t last long. There’s a lot of past tense going on in this post, so let’s  get it all past tense and get our butts in the kitchen and buzz up another. Stat.

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    July is #NationalIceCreamMonth, and we’re having an ice cream social! Grab a spoon and dig into all the awesome recipes we’re sharing today!

Frosted  Lemonade

Frosted Lemonade

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Frosted Lemonade

Frosted Lemonade

Sue Lau
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Dessert, Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1

Equipment

  • food processor or blender

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 6 tablespoons frozen lemonade concentrate
  • 1 tablespoon half and half

Instructions
 

  • Place ingredients in a blender or food processor and mix until smooth and creamy.

Notes

From the kitchen of palatablepastime.com
Keyword ice cream shakes

Frosted Lemonade

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10 responses

  1. Love this idea, and I bet it would be great with a few strawberries thrown in too. Can’t wait to try it!

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