Indulge with a Simple Summer Treat – these Frozen Lemon Dreams will be the hit of your summer get together.
Nothing says summer quite like a cold treat and one of our favorite indulgences this summer has been Frozen Lemon Dreams. These cool, creamy drinks are part milk shake, part dreamsicle, and a whole lot of delicious packed into a glass.
Made from only three ingredients, Frozen Lemon Dreams are deceptively simple to make but incredibly satisfying on a summer day.
Here’s a video showing the whole process:
Are you getting thirsty!? Let’s get to the recipe!
Frozen Lemon Dreams
There are a couple of variations to this recipe – you can use Simply Lemonade to make Frozen Lemon Dreams or you can mix it up and use Simply Lemonade with Raspberry to make Frozen Lemon Raspberry Dreams. Or…you can be like me and make both – because life is just better that way.
Start by pouring your lemonade and ice into a blender. Blend them together just until there are no large chunks of ice – it should be a slushy consistency.
Then add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and blend until smooth. This will give the Frozen Lemon Dream its creamy twist. If you really want to take this drink to the next level, try making your own homemade vanilla ice cream in a mason jar. Oh. My. Word. It is divine!
Pour it into a glass and enjoy!
Here’s a handy printable recipe:
- 1 cup crushed ice
- 2 cups Simply Lemonade
- 1 heaping scoop of ice cream
- Blend together the ice and lemonade until it reaches a slushy consistency.
- Add in the ice cream and blend until smooth.
- Pour into frosted glasses and enjoy.
- For a different flavor, try it with Simply Lemonade with Raspberry.
Whether you’re hosting a summer party or a family get-together, everyone will love Frozen Lemon Dreams.
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