Frosted Lemonade

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When the weather starts to heat up and you start to feel that bead of sweat gathering on the base of your neck you know it is time to have a cool and delicious drink. If you are looking to add to your fun desserts list then Leigh Anne has you covered. She brings us an easy quick desserts for kids to make that everyone can be included in the making process and everyone will have a chance to add their favorite fruit if lemons are not their thing. Fun recipes for kids can be both fun and easy and this recipe fits the bill for both. If you look at any recipe that only has 2 ingredients then you have definitely found an easy and quick desserts for kids to make. You can get them involved and once they get inspired they might ask to help you the next time you are making a dessert for the whole family.

Having fun recipes for kids are important since helping out can be a great way to bond with your little ones and will make the preparation a joy for all. Fun desserts like this one will help everyone come together and that Saturday will be special and the drink that is made will be a part of everyone’s own unique taste.Ice cream drinks are not only great for hot summer days but if you are planning a party these kind of drinks are great and can help finish off the meal you made. Ice cream and dessert go hand in hand since you can enjoy it on its own or as this recipe calls for you can mix it with fruit or candy and make it a type of float. Floats were famous in the early part of the 20th century and were usually made with ice cream and your favorite pop or fizzy juice. They are not as popular today but this drink is a take on them. This recipe from Leigh Anne will allow for you to be creative and not only try another fruit but you can even use sherbet or gelato if you would like to.

Nutrition Facts for: Frosted Lemonade and Almonds from Your Homebased Mom

Ingredients: Vanilla ice cream, lemonade.

* The entire recipe has been calculated for 1 servings.

* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet

* Per Serving: Calories 678, Calories from Fat 286, Total Fat 31.8g 49%, Saturated Fat 19.6g 98%, Cholesterol 127mg 42%, Sodium 240mg , Carbohydrates 93.8g 31%, Dietary Fiber 2.0g 8%, Sugars 85.9g, Protein 10.3g, Vitamin A 24%, Vitamin C 19%, Calcium 38%, Iron 4%

Ice cream is a calorie crazy dessert but if you go with sherbet you can cut down on the calories and still have a cold delicious drink. If you feel creative you can even go with frozen yogurt and have less than half the amount of calories than you do with the ice cream.Lemons are a great addition to many desserts but not everyone is a fan of the tarty citrus fruit. Try oranges and make a creamsicle type of drink or go fancy and try mangoes. Like all recipes this one is also a great vehicle for you to show your creativity and come up with a new and exciting mix. Thanks to Leigh Anne of Your Homebased Mom Blog for this yummy Frosted Lemonade Recipe that will cool you off in the summer and refresh you any other time of year and bon apetit.**

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