Monday, June 14, 2010

Summer Lemonade Pie

If your looking for a quick, unassuming dessert one of my favorites is Frozen Lemonade Pie...
Refreshingly cool, and what could be simpler to make !

Prep Time: 3 hours
Total Time: 3 hours
1 graham cracker pie crust
1 14-ounce can sweetened condensed milk
1 6-ounce can of frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
1 medium size (8 ounce) container of Cool Whip, thawed
Beat together condensed milk and lemonade; fold in Cool Whip. Pour into pie crust. Freeze for at least 3-4 hours until firm.


Star said...

hmmm, I think L would love that. He's always got his paws in the ice cream box!
Did you make that one?
Blessings, Star

Linda J. said...

We love this summertime pie. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Kay said...

That sounds really yummy and easy to make. I think I might give it a try.

Kay said...

I shared you Summer Lemonade Pie blog post on my Facebook page.

DJan said...

Now I'm thinking I need to go find some ice cream! That picture looks so good!

Betsy said...

Writing down my grocer list right now! yum!

bennie and patsy said...

So good, thanks

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh---that looks yummy, Jo... I've never made it---but I'm going to copy down this recipe and try it sometime this summer.... Thanks!

Jill of All Trades said...

I'm going to make that. Looks so refreshing and cool.

maggie's garden said...

Oh yeah...now we're talking! This looks great, and anything with cool whip is a favorite with my kids. Today has been a good day for recipes, and lovely photos!

Denise said...

Oooooooooooo this looks delicious. Love anything with lemons. Thanks Jo, I am going to have to try this great recipe.

An English Girl Rambles.

Orli said...

A question for you: any recommendations as to how to make this if I don't have frozen lemonade concentrate or Cool Whip? I live in Belgium and I don't think we have either of these, but I would LOVE to make something similar. Suggestions?

Pam said...

It looks delicious! I'd never heard of it until I saw a recipe for it in some magazine a while back. It looks creamy good! Love that lemon flavor!

Sandra said...

OH, OH, OH, i want a slice Please! I love lemon pie, it is my favorite. but 3 hours? yikes.

Barbara Anne said...

This same recipe works for pink lemonade and limeade - all refreshing and seriously delicious!

I think I have all of the ingredients, too, so happy dancing here!



Rebecca said...

I made it this morning and sent it with my husband to the church board meeting tonight! I sure hope there's a piece left....It sounds so refreshing.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Star: Go ahead and try it, I think it is so refreshing, and so Summery.

Linda J.: I see you already are familiar with the pie ;) It's great isn't it.

Kay: couldn't be any easier to make. I hope your FB fans enjoy it !

DJan: No, not ice cream ....pie !

Betsy: Not too many ingredients to buy, that's one of the good things, I can always remember the recipe when I'm in the grocery store.

Benny and Patsy: Go ahead and try, it's so good.

Betsy from TN: Oh, it's a popular recipe around these parts, I've made it for over 25 years now. George will like it !

Jill: If you like lemonade it's a sure thing you will like it.

maggie's garden: I feel the same way, if it has cool whip, it must be tasty ;)

Denise: I usually double the recipe and keep one in the freezer.

Orli: Oh, dear, I'm not sure what you could use, you could 'google' cool whip and see if there is a way to substitute, or make your own. Maybe some of the 'cooks' out there will help you...
Welcome from Belgium ;)

Pam: Yes, it's been in several magazines lately, it must be pretty popular !

Sandra: The three hours is how long it takes to freeze the whole thing. Make it at night, and then in the morning, Shazam !

Barbara Anne: yes, I think I'm going to try it with the limeade next time.

Rebecca: You won't get a piece, they'll eat it alll themselves ...lol

Katherine ( Katie) Corrigan said...

Shame on you now I've gone and drooled on my computer screen. giggle. Lovely blog. I've enjoyed my visit. Wishing you happiness, Katherine

umbrella-in-the-sun said...

yum; I want to try

lovely blog <3


Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Oh my this looks delicous! I'm going to copy down this recipe and try it this weekend..thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful day...Maura :)

L. D. Burgus said...

This I will share with my wife. What a great sounding pie.

Kim said...

That's what I like..simple and easy. I shall make this when my best friend Suzanne (she's British too) comes to visit me in a couple weeks! She lives in Florida and loves Publix too!