Frosted Strawberry Lemonade is a fun treat for a hot summer day. All of the delicious strawberry lemonade flavor in a fun milkshake.
Over Mother’s Day weekend Jim and I were in Utah to attend the wedding of one of our nieces. There was lots of talking and visiting with family and one of the conversations with my sister in laws turned to food. That does happen a lot! We were discussing the Copycat Chick-fil-A Frosted Lemonade recipe I had posted. And my sister in law Jayna shared that one of her favorite frosty drinks is a frosted freckled lemonade. I guess Red Robin makes a Freckled Lemonade, basically strawberry lemonade. Well, Jayna loves to make a frosted version of this freckled lemonade and I thought it sounded delicious too!
Lucky for you and me, Jayna shared how she makes it with me. You will need ice cream (Jayna prefers a quart of soft serve from Dairy Queen), pink lemonade, and frozen strawberries. Only 3 ingredients! We love those 3 ingredient desserts!!
And mix it until it is all combined.
Then put it into your glasses and add a spoon. You will need a spoon not a straw!
I can see why they call their strawberry lemonade freckled lemonade.
Love those little strawberry freckles.
Enjoy some of my other favorite frosty treats:
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Frosted Strawberry Lemonade Recipe
A delicious ice cream treat with the flavor of your favorite strawberry lemonade.
- 1 qt. vanilla ice cream Dairy Queen soft serve or ice cream of your choice
- 4 oz frozen pink lemonade concentrate 1/3 of 12 oz. can
- 8 oz. frozen sweetened strawberries with juice. partially thawed
Place all ingredients into blender or mixer with paddle attachment.
Mix until combined
Pour into glasses and enjoy!
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Originally posted May 2015
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