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Frozen Lemonade Pie

Are you ready for a delicious summer treat that doesn't require the oven to be turned on?  Introducing, Frozen Lemonade Pie...
Here's what you need:

1 graham cracker crust
1 8 oz. block of cream cheese - room temperature
1 14 oz. can sweetened condensed milk
1 16 oz. container non-dairy whipped topping
1 6 oz. container of frozen lemonade.  I can never find a 6 oz. container, so I buy the 12 oz. and use half of it.  You can make lemonade with the rest or use it for another pie!
The first step is to place the cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk, and lemonade in the blender.  I put it on high and let it whirl until the three ingredients are blended together.
Once that is done, pour the mixture into a large bowl.  Be sure to scrape the sides of the blender...and you might want to take a little taste too..because it's already yummy!
The next step is adding the non-dairy whipped topping.  I use about 2/3 to 3/4 of the container because I like the lemony taste to shine through.
Fold the topping into the ingredients already in the bowl.  
Pour the mixture into the graham cracker crust and refrigerate for 3-4 hours.  
That's it!  It takes about 10 minutes to make and you have a delicious summer dessert that requires no baking.  
I must warn you, this pie is very rich, so you only need a small piece, unless you're willing to do the extra miles on your run or bike ride.  LOL  
My husband says it's worth it, so, Dig In!!
Do you have a 'go-to' summer dessert?  Please let me know in the comments,  I'm always looking for new recipes, aren't you?

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For those of you who are used to getting an email response to your comments, I haven't forgotten.  For some reason, that feature is no longer working, but they're working on it.  In the meantime, I always answer comments right here on the post too.  Hopefully this little glitch will be resolved soon.

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  1. I'm not sure frozen lemonade is something we can buy here in the UK but I'll certainly look out for it. Is it a concentrate that you mix up or just something you can defrost and then drink, or is it more like a popsicle or freeze pop type of thing. This looks great for a summer party.

    1. It's a frozen concentrate that you mix with water, Julie. I hope you can find it! Thanks for stopping by...

  2. My goodness! I haven't had this pie in years, but it used to be regular dish for us in the early years of our marriage. I'll need to make one! Thanks for sharing.

    1. I know what you mean, Sarah. I've been making this pie for years!
      So glad you stopped by...

  3. OMG, pinned this and making this weekend.

    How simple and I know my husband will love it. He likes anything with lemon.

    Have a great rest of the week


    1. Thanks for pinning, Cindy...hope you enjoy it!

  4. This pie sounds so refreshing. I love lemon anything. I can't wait to try this recipe. Thank you for sharing at Inspire Me Tuesdays.

    1. My pleasure...hope you enjoy it!

  5. This sounds so very wonderful and I'm adding it to my list of must makes! Thanks for sharing on To Grandma's House We Go and I'll be featuring you next week!

    1. Glad to hear it's going on your list - and it's SO easy to make! Thank you so much for the feature!

  6. This sounds amazing. I will be adding this to our summer desserts. Thanks for sharing!

    1. My pleasure, Eveliina. I hope you enjoy it!

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    1. Thank you Calleen. I hope you give it a try!

  8. Ann,
    I love this Lemon pie. Anything lemon is a hit with me. I was glad to feature it at Over The Moon Party this week. My comments from post is still not working, so I decided to stop by. Love your pallet owl. So adorable.
    Hope you stay cool this week.

    1. Thank you, Bev - so glad you stopped by, but I do wish they'd get this 'comment issue' straightened out!


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