- 2 Ounces gin
- 1 Ounce Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur
- 1 Teaspoon water
- 1 Teaspoon lemon juice
- ½ Tablespoon confectioner’s sugar
Mix water, lemon juice, confectioner’s sugar, and white chocolate liqueur at the bottom of a highball class until sugar is dissolved. Add three or four ice cubes and gin. Stir until combined. Pretend it’s summer and you’re reading in the shade of a giant, friendly tree.
Calories Per Serving261
Folate equivalent (total)1µgN/A
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CopyCat Chick-fil-A Frosted Lemonade
This CopyCat Chick-fil-A Frosted Lemonade is going to quickly become one of your favorite frozen treats this summer. A blend of CopyCat Chick-fil-A Lemonade (with a bit more lemon) and Vanilla Ice cream. Tasty and totally refreshing!
10 Gin and Lemonade Cocktails as Sweet as the Summer Sunshine
Sometimes using lemonade as a mixer is frowned upon in the gin world as not being an appropriate pairing but we believe unusual gin mixers, such as gin and lemonade, have a use in the right time and place.
Some people just like things a little sweeter than others and that’s where lemonade can be a useful ally. Even those who advocate tonic as the only mixer for gin would be hard pressed to say no to an ice cold lemonade-infused gin cocktail on a scorching hot summer’s day.
Gin and lemonade cocktails can be as simple as you like or they can be impressive and adventurous – there really are no hard and fast rules when it comes to gin drinking.
The following collection of cocktails have everything from a simple gin and lemonade mix to more complex creations – everything a gin and lemonade lover could want.
SWEETENING THE LEMONADE
When making lemonade, I like using plain old organic sugar and mixing it in without any additional fuss. Another option involves making a quick simple syrup, using equal amounts of sugar and water. If we use the example of six lemons above, that would call for 24 teaspoons of sugar and water or one half-cup each. The syrup will quickly cool down when the water and cracked ice are added to the lemonade. If you prefer using natural sweeteners, other options to consider include maple syrup, honey, stevia, and date syrup. If you’re set on using an alternative sweetener, definitely sweeten the lemonade to taste bearing in mind that these will alter the flavour of the lemonade.
FROSTED LEMONADE RECIPE
All you need to make frosted lemonade is lemon juice, sugar, water, vanilla ice cream, and a blender.
Chilling the lemonade mixture beforehand will help dissolve the sugar into the water and help keep the shake thick. Using cold (ice) water and a blender to quickly dissolve the sugar works well too.
The lemonade mixture itself is small, but concentrated so you get a nice punch of tangy lemon to come through that creamy vanilla ice cream. And you don’t have to worry about any leftovers sitting in your fridge either.
This frosted lemonade recipe makes enough for two to three (8-12oz) servings. It’ll be hard to go back to a plain glass of lemonade after trying this lemon milkshake.
If you’re ready for a creamy, sweet, and tangy summer treat, this frosted lemonade recipe is for you!
Copycat Recipe for Chick-Fil-A Frosted Lemonade
While I appreciate a trip to the local fast foodie joint as much as the next tired mom (hey, there&rsquos a playground AND I don&rsquot have to fight with the kids to eat) &ndash it&rsquos not really something I should be doing on a regular basis (you&rsquore welcome, budget).
But I&rsquom nothing if not resourceful, so naturally I figured out how to make this sweet treat at home.It was really hard. I slaved to get this recipe to you. Seriously. So many trial runs. And I had to taste test all of them. Tragic for my waistline, but someone had to do it. I&rsquom basically a martyr.
Okay, okay, the recipe is super simple. I drank them because I wanted to. YUM.
Celebrate summer with this amazing frozen lemonade. I&rsquove made the most incredibly easy Copycat Chick-fil-A Frosted Lemonade that will take your own lemonade stand to the next level! We&rsquore already addicted at my house.
What is in a frosted lemonade from Chick-fil-A?
What makes the Chick-fil-A frosted lemonade so good is their delicious lemonade. The frosted lemonade from Chick-fil-A is basically a mix of their famous lemonade and vanilla ice cream!
To make it easy, my version of their recipe calls for any kind of lemonade. You can make it taste more like Chick-fil-A&rsquos lemonade by adding fresh squeezed lemon juice.
All you need to get from the grocery store are these three ingredients:
Doesn&rsquot this look so delicious? It&rsquos always a treat, but now there&rsquos no waiting in the drive through line! Making this at home is a must do before summer is over.
Creamy Frosted Lemonade (Copycat Chick-Fil-A Recipe)
Mix lemon juice, sugar, and cold water, and chill in the fridge for a bit.
To a blender, add ice cream and chilled lemonade. Blend until creamy for a few seconds at a time.
Pour into cups and serve with whipped cream and a cherry if desired. Enjoy!
We&rsquore excited to share this copycat recipe for Chick-fil-A&rsquos creamy Frosted Lemonade!
Chick-fil-A&rsquos Frosted Lemonade is a perfect combination of their fresh lemonade and creamy vanilla ice cream, or &ldquoIcedream&rdquo as the popular restaurant chain calls it.
While it&rsquos always a treat to order this frosty beverage in the Chick-fil-A drive-through, now you can make your own version of Chick-fil-A&rsquos creamy frosted lemonade at home with this simple copycat recipe! It&rsquos such a refreshing treat, especially during the summer, and it&rsquos something my kids always ask for.
We recently made a DIY version of this popular treat at home, and it&rsquos super easy to whip up in your own kitchen! The process is very simple. It involves making a little bit of homemade lemonade and then blending it with some yummy vanilla ice cream. If desired, you can top it with some whipped cream and a cherry on top for a delicious treat that even looks like the restaurant version!
Hip tips for making this Chick-fil-A Creamy Frosted Lemonade copycat recipe:
In other lemonade-related news: these are so fun! I can’t remember when I got the idea for them, but it definitely was during one of those not so routine stops at Chick-Fil-A. The kids made me do it!
Okay okay… As much as I try (I try realllllyyy hard!) to avoid drive-thrus, sometimes I act like a human and cave-in. This Frosted Lemonade brings out that human in me and I can’t resist. Forgive me, Father.
During one of those oops-I-did-it-again-STOPS, I finally asked the guy at the counter, “what is inside them lemonades, sir?!”. To which he replied, “Vanilla Ice Cream… ma’am!”. “Coo’!” I said. …and was on my merry way to make them.
Copycat Chick-Fil-A Frosted Lemonade
I don’t know about you, but I can’t go to Chick-fil-A without ordering a frosted lemonade. So I knew I need to recreate a Copycat Chick-fil-A Frosted Lemonade at home.
Oh my goodness! I’m in big trouble, because this frosted lemon drink is so easy to make, and totally satisfies my Chick-fil-A frosted lemonade cravings!
Now I keep a few cans of frozen lemonade concentrate in my freezer, along with some sweetened condensed milk in my pantry, so I can whip of this frosty treat any time.
With only four simple ingredients (six if you want to have a whipped cream and lemon garnish) this recipe couldn’t be any easier to whip up.
And since my kids love frosted lemonade as much as I do, they were pretty much ready to name me Mom of the Year the first time I made these sweet and tangy frozen drinks for them.
I also like to keep a can of whipped cream in my refrigerator to top off these frosted lemonades. Something about squirting whipped cream on your summer drink is just fun–even for grown-ups.
Recently Chick-fil-A offered a frosted limeade drink, and I can’t wait to try this recipe using frozen limeade concentrate in place of the lemonade.
Come to think of it, it would also be great with frozen orange juice concentrate (think Orange Julius) and even frozen raspberry or strawberry lemonade concentrate.
The possibilities for fun, refreshing summer drinks are only as limited as the varieties of frozen juice concentrates you can find at your local grocery store.
Trust me, if you make just one treat this summer, it’s got to be a Copycat Chick-Fil-A Frosted Lemonade. Throw in some fun glasses and paper straws and you’ll pretty much have a party on your hands! Enjoy!