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Easy Fruity Pink Lemonade

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Easy Fruity Pink Lemonade

 This has got to be the easiest recipe for a delicious Fruity Pink Lemonade that you will ever find. No lemon squeezing required  and guaranteed to please a crowd.

Memorial Day weekend is the kickoff of the summer season and millions of people around the country will be celebrating with back yard bbq’s. What better way to round out your celebration and quench your thirst then with an ice-cold refreshing glass of a fruity pink lemonade.

Fruity Pink Lemonade

Easy Fruity Pink Lemonade

Easy Fruity Pink Lemonade


1 can frozen pink lemonade

1/2 cup to 1 cup of fresh or frozen blackberries or raspberries

1 lemon and 1 lime, sliced thinly

You can use blackberries or raspberries or do a combination of both. Today I used blackberries.

Fruity Pink Lemonade

Makes a bit more than a half gallon pitcher.

Pour the frozen pink lemonade concentrate into your pitcher. Add water per directions on the can. The brand I used today called for 4 1/2 cans of water. Stir.

Add a 1/2 cup to a 1 cup of fresh or frozen raspberries or blackberries to the pitcher. You could even add more. It really depends on your own tastes when it comes to adding the berries!

Chill in the fridge until ready to serve.

Right before serving slice your lemon and lime into thin slices and add to the pitcher.

Or do like I do and slice your lemon and limes the night before then place one slice of the lemon or lime into each cup of a cupcake pan, pour water over the slices until they are just covered. Freeze over night.

Then when you’re ready to serve your Fruity Pink Lemonade pop the frozen citrus slices out of the cupcake pan and add them to the pitcher.
This is a great way to add flavor and to keep your Lemonade chilled at the same time.

Serve in a tall glass and garnish with a wedge of lime.
Glass of Fruity Pink Lemonade


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  1. This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

  2. So fresh, beautiful and tasty! A few years back, I added a bag of frozen raspberries to a pitcher of lemonade…and had a few requests for the recipe. Such a wonderful combo :)

  3. Annie's Dish says:

    Mmmm, I love stuff like this! So sweet and refreshing!

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