Frosty Lemon-Strawberry Dessert
Total TimePrep: 15 min. + freezing
To keep it on the more heathy side we added frozen yogurt instead of ice cream and reduced the lemonade.
I used frozen yogurt instead of the icecream. It was good, but I have better icecream desserts and summer treats recipes. I probably would not make it again.
I made this for a large group of people at a party! They all LOVED IT !!!~ Susan
I THINK I'LL MAKE IT NEXT TIME REPLACING ICE CREAM WITH LOW-SUGAR WHIPPED TOPPING AND 1/2 CAN OF LEMONADE TO MAKE IT MORE DIABETIC FRIENDLY
Little disappointed, not my idea of light!
This was great, had rave reviews. As always I never follow the recipe exactly but adjust it to match our taste. This will be a future favorite for sure!!!
My 9-year-old granddaughter and I made this for company this past weekend. It came out very good -- the weather was uncomfortably hot but this treat was just the refreshing dessert we needed. I used thawed frozen strawberries (whole unsweetened ones I had frozen myself last year) instead of fresh ones and it worked perfectly. I didn't have any fresh strawberries to use as a garnish the first time I served this, so used some real whipped cream instead. The second time I served it (to different guests) I used the whipped cream and topped with 3 or 4 fresh strawberries. Everyone enjoyed this dessert. My husband thought it was a little bit nicer if it thawed for 15 minutes before serving, rather than the 10 minutes suggested in the recipe.
Yummy!! Was a little tart. I think the sweetness is dependent on the fresh berries. Next time I will add a little sugar.
I made this for my Persian friends and family and they said that it tasted like a Persian treat called "Alaska".
I used 1/2 qt. bag frozen blueberries and 1/2 qt. bag frozen raspberries. Everything else was the same. Was very easy and quick to make and tasted great. Served it with whipped cream and cookies.