Sometimes the farm kids feel left out of taking pictures of food and drinks their blogging momma's do. Last time I got together with a few of my friends, the my kids, Jent's kids, and Liz's boy busted out their own recipe video. When I said I brought the ingredients to make frozen strawberry lemonade, they all volunteered to make it.The girls made the three ingredient lemonade while the boys filmed. Naturally, there was some technical difficulties with the blender. After all, we were trying to puree froze solid frozen strawberries. Go ahead and take a watch. (Ignore the empty bottle of gin in the background. I had made Gin Bucket for the mommas. No kids consumed liquor in the making of this video.)
The key to this lemonade being full of flavor, no ice. Frozen lemonade and frozen strawberries.
Make the lemonade according to the directions. Adding a small amount, a cup or two, to the frozen strawberries in the blender will help dissolve the strawberries a bit. Then pour the the frozen puree into the lemonade. Now, if you want to sneak some vodka into your frozen strawberry lemonade, I won't tell anyone. We also quickly discovered since I made the Gin Bucket stronger than necessary, mixing the two drinks is quite delish. Of course, it would be. Gin Bucket is adult lemonade after all.
Frozen Drink Recipes
Go ahead, go pull out the blender. You know you want a frozen strawberry lemonade on a day as hot as this one!
Frozen Strawberry Lemonade
- 12 ounce can of Lemonade frozen concentrate made as directed
- 24 ounces of frozen sliced strawberries not thawed
- Dump the frozen container of strawberries in your blender. Pour a cup of the prepared lemonade in with the strawberries.
- Pour the pureed strawberries into the prepared lemonade.
- Serve immediately.
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That video is killing me!! Way to go kids!!
Hey, I forgot to ask, can you add a link back to Weekend Potluck for me? There's a button on the left-hand side of my blog. Would love to feature this one 🙂
The Better Baker
Super cute Mom! Bet those girls had a blast making that video and will remember it for their lifetimes. Thanks for sharing with us at Weekend Potluck. We'd sure love it if you'd link back to the party in your post...or on a party page. I just love it when kids can get involved in the kitchen. Your girls get FIVE STARS! =)