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Lemonade Stand Pie
Pink Lemonade Pie
Here's another quick and easy to make lemonade pie. This one is called a Pink Lemonade Pie.
1 12 Ounce Can Frozen Pink Lemonade Concentrate.
2. 1 8 Ounce Container Thawed Cool Whip Topping.
3. 1 14 Ounce Can Sweetened Condensed Milk.
4. 1 Graham Cracker Pie Crust.
Mix 1-3 up in a bowl and be sure to mix well. Pour into your graham cracker pie crust and cover. Place in the freezer overnight.
When you take out to serve let the pie stand at room temperature for 15 minutes before you serve.
Lemonade Stand Pie Recipe
Here's a really delightful frozen ice cream pie that everyone loves. And its really refreshing on a hot summer evening. And when you taste this wonderful pie you'll think your at a lemonade stand.
For Your Recipe You Will Need.
1. 1/3 Cup Powdered Lemonade Drink Mix.
2. 1/2 Cup Water.
3. 2 Cups Vanilla Ice Cream Softened.
4. 1 8 Ounce Container Thawed Cool Whip Topping.
5. 1 Graham Cracker Pie Crust.
Stir the drink mix into the water and mix in a bowl with the ice cream until well blended. Stir in the whipped topping and mix together well. Pour into your graham cracker pie shell and cover and place in the freezer overnight. When ready to serve thaw at room temperature for 15 minutes and garnish with a bit of lemon zest and a lemon slice twisted before you serve.
This pie is so easy to make but it is so delicious. Try it and see what you think. Then scroll down and post a comment about the Lemonade Stand Pie.
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