Nothing beats the summer heat like a glass of ice-cold lemonade — except maybe creamy frozen strawberry lemonade!
Tart, sweet and delicious, this frozen strawberry lemonade recipe is easy to whip up in the blender. It’s a fruit-infused riff on my popular Chick-Fil-A inspired frozen lemonade recipe.
I’m excited to be sharing the frozen strawberry lemonade recipe today as part of the Summer Fun Series at Life Sew Savory.
Be sure you check out all the fun family summertime ideas, including crafts, games, outdoor activities, sewing projects and kid-friendly recipes. Links are at the end of this post.
Like the original frozen lemonade recipe, this creamy strawberry lemonade recipe takes no time to make. It uses only three ingredients, plus water and ice. You can control the sweetness and tartness of this frozen drink by adding more water and adjusting the amount of sweetened condensed milk used to sweeten it.
- 1 can frozen lemonade concentrate
- 1½ cups frozen strawberries
- 7 ounces Eagle Brand sweetened condensed milk (or more to taste)
- 1 cup water
- 3-4 cups crushed ice
- Combine lemonade, frozen strawberries, water and 7 ounces of sweetened condensed milk in the blender.
- Blend until the strawberries are pureed and fully combined.
- Add crushed iced and blend until the drink is smooth and frosty.
- Taste for sweetness and tartness. Add more water, sweetened condensed milk and ice until the lemonade reaches the desired sweetness/tartness and frostiness.
If you can’t drink all the frozen strawberry lemonade in one sitting, you can freeze the leftovers. Then, either thaw slightly before pouring it into glasses, or serve as sorbet with a spoon.
Either way, it’s delicious!
For more summertime lemonade and limeade treats, check out these recipes:
Don’t miss out on these adults-only lemonade and limeade drinks:
More Summer Fun Series Snacks
DIY Popsicle holder with free printable from See Lindsay
Frozen Strawberry Lemonade from Atta Girl Says
The cutest Hummas Veggie Snails from Chef Sarah Elizabeth
Frozen Pineapple from Life Sew Savory
You can also check out all the other craft, sewing and food posts from the Summer Fun Series HERE on Life Sew Savory.