By Emily Chance
Lemonade is usually associated with summer, however, I like lemonade throughout the year. My family has a tradition of making lemonade at every family holiday or birthday.
1 cup Lemonade Mix (I use Country Time Lemonade Mix)
3 cups Cold Water
1 can Chilled Pineapple Juice (46 oz. can)
2 cans Sprite (12 oz. each)
Mix all the ingredients together in a large pitcher. If you put the pineapple juice and Sprite in warm, let chill for a few hours or serve with ice. Mix entire pitcher each time before serving.
I tried this recipe when I had a friend over. We have been wanting to try it for a while, but we never had the time or motivation. When we made it, we nearly drank the entire pitcher of lemonade between the two of us. For effect, I made lemonade-cubes shaped like pineapples to keep the lemonade cold without making it too watered down. I would suggest adding water to taste after you complete the recipe and taste it to see how well you like it. Once we got closer to the bottom of the pitcher, it ended up tasting very strong.
* Makes one serving
1 cup Water
3 tablespoons Lemonade Mix (I use Country Time Lemonade Mix)
2 cups Ice
Put all ingredients into a blender and blend until slushy.
I also tried this recipe when I had my friend over. We were sitting around and talking and decided we wanted something colder than just lemonade, so we attempted to make frozen pineapple lemonade but gave up because it made a huge mess. Instead of attempting any more disasters, we just went with regular frozen lemonade.
Edited by London Koffler