Create, Cook, Talk: Lemonade Pie
A refreshing summer dessert that is easy to make…and take, that is, if we ever get to go anywhere!
This recipe comes to us courtesy of Carrie Antonelli, and we are so grateful because it is so good.
- 1 (6 ounces) can lemonade, frozen concentrate, white (not pink)
- 1 (8 ounces) container dessert topping, semi-solid, frozen
- 1 (14 ounces) can milk, condensed, sweetened
- 1 (9 inches) Pie crust, cookie-type, prepared from recipe, graham cracker, baked
Step 1: In a large bowl add lemonade (1/2 can of the concentrate can if it’s a 12 oz can)
Step 2: Add sweetened condensed milk
Step 3: Mix lemonade and sweetened condensed milk together
Step 4: Fold in whipped topping
Step 5: Pour filling into crust
Step 5: Place in the freezer 1.5-2.0 hours to chill before serving.
Let’s Talk About Lemonade– Talk with your kids.
(Fun Facts from Goodies and Giggles)
Ask your child if they know why it is called lemonade?
Lemonade is called “lemonade” and not “lemon juice” like “orange juice” because it is a mixture of lemon juice, sugar, and water, which is why it’s called “lemonade.”
Discuss that the term lemonade has other meanings
For example: “If life gives you lemons, make lemonade” – a famous quote by Dale Carnegie, meaning one should make the best of bad situations.
“Depression lemonade” refers to the practice of asking for a glass of water with lemon at a restaurant, then squeezing lemon into the water, and mixing in sugar packets to make “free” lemonade.
Watch our video Create, Cook and Talk: Lemonade Pie
Create, Cook, and Talk: Encourage learning while creating yum!
See you next time….
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