Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie

This simple no bake Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie is prepped in minutes! Easy, delicious, and refreshing.  The perfect summer treat. I love the creamy lemonade filling mixed with the tart strawberries. Summer here we come!

NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie RookieAutumn may be on its way, but there is still time for some delicious tastes of summer.  Its still ice cream season in my book. (it can be ice cream season all year long as far as I’m concerned!) This weekend I made a super simple Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie…and I think I’m hooked.  I love easy recipes, and this is one of the easiest of them all.  And just as tasty as if I’d slaved all day.  Perfect!

NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie Rookie NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie RookieI have always loved lemons.  Lemonade, lemon meringue, lemon bars, lemon in my tea, you get the idea. Turns out I love lemons in freezer pie form as well!! Its just such a light and refreshing flavor.  A summer favorite that I’ll cling to year round.  There’s never a bad time to make a pie this easy!NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie Rookie NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie RookieThe only drawback to this pie is how quickly it seemed to melt.  Which isn’t that big of a drawback.  Just means you have to eat it faster.  I don’t think you’ll have any problem with that.  Luckily its completely delicious!

NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie RookieI hope this little slice of heaven brightens up your Monday! Just the idea that it’s waiting for me in my freezer when I get home is making mine a bit better.  NO BAKE Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie, My favorite! - The Cookie RookieEnjoy!

Serves 8

Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie

No Bake Strawberry Lemonade Freezer Pie is the perfect easy summer dessert

10 minPrep Time

10 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 1 premade graham cracker crust
  • 1 tub low fat cool whip
  • 1 (12 ounce) can lemonade concentrate
  • 1 can low fat sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 cups strawberries (frozen or fresh), chopped
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 20 drops yellow food coloring (optional)
  • lemons and strawberries for garnish

Instructions

  1. In a food processor, combine strawberries and sugar and pulse until well combined. Set aside.
  2. In an electric mixer, combine cool whip, lemonade concentrate, and sweetened condensed milk with paddle attachment. Mix until smooth and creamy.
  3. Pour lemonade mixture into pie crust
  4. Pour strawberry mixture over lemonade mixture and swirl into the top using a knife. (You won't need to use all the strawberry mixture depending on size of your crust. Pour a bit at a time as to not overflow the crust)
  5. Freeze for approximately 8 hours or overnight, until well frozen.
  6. Slice and serve!
  7. Enjoy!
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Lesley Stevens
As long as it melts in my mouth - I'm okay with it! LOL This is stunning, what a lovely pie to make for a summer dessert. You have stunning photos as usual. I envy your family, I wish I lived in your house.
Glo Grizzle
It would be helpful to know the size can for the lemonade. Using the wrong size leaves the possibility of a disaster of a dessert. Unfortunately this is happening too often with these kind of recipes not getting the proper quantities or size cans to use.
    The Cookie Rookie
    You're so right, sorry I forgot to indicate that! I used a standard 12 ounce can of concentrate. I'm updating the recipe now. Thanks for stopping by!
      Glo Grizzle
      Thank you so much for adjusting the recipe- your recipes are always so good and you and your 4-legged baby are a so fun--some people would not have been as lovely and cooperative with the critique and you were !!!
        The Cookie Rookie
        No problem, I'm glad you caught it! And thanks so much for stopping by. Scout appreciates it too :)
    cathy
    the recipe states: 12 oz. can lemonade
Bibs @ Tasteometer
This looks and sounds like my kind of dessert. What exactly is Lemonade Concentrate? Can I just usw a regular can of lemonade?
    The Cookie Rookie
    The lemonade concentrate is just the frozen can of lemonade that you can buy and add water to to create lemonade. It's usually in a 12 oz can. That's probably what you're thinking of too...we are most likely just using different terms :). Hope that helps!
Katie Barton
Do you happen to have the serving size and how many calories it is? It doesn't look like it would be too many but I'm on a diet and only have a certain amount per day.
    The Cookie Rookie
    Hey Katie- I don't currently have a way to measure the calories or nutritional info (I'm hoping to get a good app in the future for that). It makes about 8 slices of pie though as far as servings go. You could make them as big or as small as you wanted :). Cool Whip is very low in calories, and the only other ingredients are sweetened condensed milk (I use the low fat kind) and lemonade concentrate). Hope that helps a little!! Thanks for stopping by :)
Keira
Ok, I haven't even eaten this yet, I just mixed it up & put it in the freezer, but just from licking the knife from swirling it... oh...my... Wow! I can't wait to pull it out & eat it!
Carol
This is scrupulous!!! I did have lots of leftover filling and strawberry mix. Possibly enough for another pie but, I made 8 little ramekins for the grandkids. Yummy !
Nita
If you don't want this to melt so quickly, try adding 8 ounces of softened cream cheese. Combine the cream cheese and the sweetened condensed milk before stirring in the lemonade concentrate, tben proceed as directed. If this "dilutes" the lemon flavor too much try adding lemon juice until you get the flavor you want.
Laura
Although this looks Ah-Ma-zing...and it sounds like it tastes just as good...I am not a huge Cool-Whip fan. Do you know of any alternatives...or could regular whipped cream be used instead? Any thought? Cheers!
    Becky Hardin
    I've only ever made it with whipped cream. I would think the same amount of whipped cream would work just fine! Thanks for stopping by!
Kathy
I have made a lemonade pie for years and use only a small can of lemonade instead of 12 oz. can. This works out better. Mine never melts. I also use a regular size container of whipped topping. Hope this helps.
    Becky Hardin
    Thanks Kathy! That's a huge help!
    John
    I am always trying to cut down on sugar and this pie is loaded with it -- sweetened condensed milk, sweetened lemonade, sweetened cool whip. Has anyone tried to make a lower sugar version of it? The small can vs. the large can of lemonade would help some. I'm wondering if you could use lemon juice instead of the lemonade? Just wondering if anyone has experimented.
Norma
I made this pie and it is yummy. I used the large size can of lemonade and the regular size tub of coolwhip and I had WAY too much filling for an 8 inch pie. Any ideas?
The Cookie Rookie
Probably the smaller can of lemonade works better, but I'm glad it was still yummy! Do you have enough to make another pie with the remainder? Thanks for stopping by and trying the recipe :)
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