Pink Lemonade Pie

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Pink Lemonade Pie . . . this creamy, tart filling can be served in a graham cracker or pastry crust. It is so simple, but so irresistible! A perfect pie for lemonade lovers.

A creamy slice of pink lemonade pie - the perfect summer dessert!

We are heading out today for a family reunion. We will be camping.  With a baby. I am just a little bit freaked out.

Fortunately we are in cabins. Unfortunately the cabins are just bunk houses that sleep about 20. They don’t have running water in them. I’m a little bit of a germ freak. I’m also a very light sleeper. I’ll probably be taking LOTS of walks to the lodge to wash my hands.

And I’m taking ear plugs, plus a humidifier to block out all the loud noises. You know, like people breathing and rolling over and stuff. If I can manage to get a hot shower every morning and a few hours of sleep every night, I’m sure I’ll have a fabulous time!

Creamy Pink Lemonade Pie

Before I leave, I’m sharing a dessert recipe that is just perfect for summertime. I know. Summer is practically over.

I shared the recipe months ago over at Crystal’s Craft Spot, but I forgot to post it here. Hello. So before the temperatures plummet, I thought I’d better get to it. You still have time, right?

Recipe for easy pink lemonade pie

Here ya go, a perfect summer recipe. Pink Lemonade Pie. It only takes a few minutes to put together, and it is so refreshing! You can use a purchased crust to make things even easier.

I used a graham cracker crust this time, but it is also fantastic with a pastry crust. You can use whatever you like. Oh, and if all you have is regular lemonade, I’m sure it would work just fine. 🙂

Simple lemonade pie recipe

Lemonade pie is so simple to make! Just beat a few ingredients together and pour them into a crust. I used to make this pie with Cool Whip, but I prefer real whipped cream.

It does make a softer set pie, but we are fine with that. You can of course use Cool Whip if you prefer.

Every bite of this Pink Lemonade Pie is creamy and perfectly tart.

Looking for a perfect summer dessert? Give this Lemonade Pie a try!
If you make this recipe in a graham cracker crust, it is also fabulous frozen. Just let it sit at room temperature for 5-10 minutes before serving so it’s a little easier to cut. So scrumptious!

Recipe for simple Pink Lemonade Pie. So simple, so tasty. #lemonadepie #lemonpie

Pink Lemonade Pie

Yield: 8 servings

Pink Lemonade Pie

Creamy lemon pie made with cream cheese and frozen lemonade.
Prep Time 15 minutes
Additional Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 9" baked pie crust - pastry or graham cracker
  • 3/4 cup whipping cream
  • 6 Tbsp powdered sugar
  • 8 oz cream cheese, softened
  • 1 14oz can sweetened condensed milk
  • 6 oz frozen pink lemonade concentrate, thawed (I used half of a 12oz can)
  • 2-3 drops red food coloring (optional)

Instructions

Whip cream till stiff peaks form. Beat in the powdered sugar. Set aside.

Beat cream cheese in a large mixing bowl till fluffy. Gradually beat in sweetened condensed milk, then the pink lemonade. Mix well.

Fold in whipped cream and food coloring. Pour into pie crust. Chill for at least four hours or till set. Garnish with additional whipped cream if desired.

Notes

-You can replace the whipping cream and powdered sugar with 4 oz of Cool Whip.
-Pie can also be served frozen. Cover well with plastic wrap and freeze for 3-4 hours, or even a few days.

pink-lemonade-pie(original photos – post updated 6/2018)

Love lemon? Here are a few more recipes you need to check out:

Amazing Lemon Brownies
Lemon Cake with Lemon Cream Cheese Frosting
Lemon Cookies
Strawberry Lemonade Cupcakes

 


Comments

  1. I look forward to trying this. I am going to make it for a dear, young friend who is turning 21 in a few weeks. Her favorite color is pink, and she wants pink EVERYTHING! Including food. This should fit right in.

    • Haha, what a coincidence. My daughter turned seven this week, and she loves pink as well, so she asked for this pie for her birthday! 🙂

  2. I hope your time was fun. I can completely understand the loud noises, and germ issues. I always feel better when I read how other people have the same quirks as me.

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