Easy Peach Lemonade (Adult or Nonalcoholic!)

Easy Peach Lemonade made with only 2 ingredients! Easily made into a refreshing cocktail or perfect without the alcohol.

Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie

We have had a busy couple weeks.  Pat had his capstone project for school and was gone just about 24 hours a day (I can’t wait for school to be ovvvver!!), we celebrated our niece’s 2nd birthday on the 4th of July, and I had a lot of posts due for different projects.  We are just starting to slow down and I’m looking for EASY Summer recipes.  The quicker the prep and the smaller the ingredient list, the better.  That’s why this refreshing Peach Lemonade is my new favorite. 2 ingredients.  (3 if you add vodka…which I would always recommend) :)

Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie

The secret to this delicious Summer treat is FROZEN PEACHES.  They make the drink insta-cold and you don’t even have to slice or prepare the fruit! Bonus! Just combine the frozen peaches and lemonade concentrate in a blender, add some water, and enjoy.  Amazing.  Summer is served.

Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie

Summer get-togethers are meant for enjoying time with family and friends, not meant for slaving away with intricate recipes and drinks.  You can whip this drink (or cocktail!) up in seconds, and be the hit of any party.  Ice cold, fruity, and super refreshing.

Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie

It’s been a peach filled summer.  Peach Pie Sangria, Grilled Peaches, Peaches and Cream French Toast, Salmon with Peach Salsa, and Peach Creamsicles.  I LOOVVE peaches, and love all of those recipes, but this one is by far the quickest and easiest.  And you can drink it year round.  Yay for frozen peaches!! Enjoy.

Easy 2 INGREDIENT Peach Lemonade. Perfect refreshing summer beverage. - The Cookie Rookie

Easy Peach Lemonade (Adult and Child versions!)
 
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Refreshing Peach Lemonade, easily made into a cocktail, but delicious as a virgin drink, is the perfect Summer treat!
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Recipe type: Drink
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1-pound package frozen peaches
  • 12-ounce can frozen lemonade concentrate
  • 36 ounces water (fill the lemonade cup up three times)
  • ½ cup good quality vodka (optional)
Instructions
  1. Place all of the ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth
  2. Serve over ice
  3. **Can also be made into a slush. Add ice to blender and only 1 can of water would be needed.

Becky Hardin (330 Posts)

Becky woke up on her 30th birthday and realized she didn't know how to cook, ANYTHING! She started The Cookie Rookie as a way to document her journey to learn how to cook, one recipe at a time! The Cookie Rookie is a place to find easy recipes that anyone can make, and everyone will love!


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Comments

  1. says

    Things have been nuts here too! I always think summer is going to be relaxing but it never turns out that way!! haha

    Love this peach lemonade – perfect way to cool down after a hot day! Or unwind with a little booze :)

  2. says

    Hi Becky!
    Thanks so much for following me on Twitter.
    You have such a beautiful blog! Those photos are stunning and I definitely want a peach lemonade now…except it’s winter here but if I put enough “adult” into it then it might be ok :P

    • says

      Thanks so much!! I love your blog too! Always love finding new favorites. I think you can definitely make it in the winter if it has enough adult in it :). Thanks so much for saying hi!!

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