Lemonade Pie


Lemonade Pie

Before we get to today’s recipe, I wanted to make sure you were aware of the changes that Facebook has made. It is no longer automatic that you see updates in your News Feed.  You now need to go to the site of your favorite blog, business etc, and click “Show In News Feed”.  I know lots of you are fans of my Facebook page, I would really appreciate if you took the 30 seconds to do this.  It has been difficult to follow some of my favorites since this switch, but it is worth the time to now be able to keep up!

Now, this pie!  You have probably seen this pie recipe before.  It has been all over the place for years, and is probably the easiest pie you will ever make.  You can use a store bought crust if you want, and then it is just 3 ingredients.  It is no bake, so it is a great pie to have around at your gatherings this summer.

Lemonade Pie

This pie is perfectly tart, and full of lots of lemon flavor.  My 7 year old wasn’t a fan, but the other 2 kids we served it to ate it up.  You could also top with a dollop of whipped cream to add a little sweetness.  I opted to not add food coloring, but if you wanted the yellow color, just add a few drops of yellow food coloring.

Lemonade Pie

This can be frozen or just served straight from the fridge.  It can be kind of messy if it is not frozen, but it is equally delicious.  You will notice from the pictures, that I don’t have a shot with a picture perfect slice, so you can guess how I served mine :)

Lemonade Pie
Serves: 10
Prep time:
Total time:
A cool and creamy lemonade pie with graham cracker crust.
  • 1 can (14 oz) Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 container (8 oz) Cool Whip, thawed
  • 1 container lemonade concentrate, partially thawed
  • 1 graham cracker crust (recipe here)
  1. In a large bowl fold together the condensed milk, cool whip and lemonade concentrate. You can use less lemonade concentrate for a less tart version. You can start with less, taste, and adjust accordingly.
  2. Pour into a prepared graham cracker crust. Chill or freeze until ready to serve. Garnish with optional lemon slices.
Adapted from Taste Of Home




  1. Urgh…sometimes Facebook can be annoying, but thanks for the tip.Will gladly do that. And lemonade pie? Scrumptious, hello?!!! Lovethis…

  2. My mom made this all the time when I was growing up. I love how tart it is! Thanks for bringing back memories!!

  3. Oooh I love the tartness in this! And it would be so perfect to bring to a BBQ partay :)

  4. How wonderful for summer parties. I immediately love anything with sweetened condensed milk.

  5. Anything that’s chilled and lemony is my idea of heaven!

  6. I’d need to buy 2 tubs of cool whip – it doesn’t survive in this house lol

  7. Lemonade pie?? SIGN ME UP!!

  8. Thanks for the info regarding Facebook. I will have to check into that too. Love the pie….. perfect for the hot weather we are getting again this weekend.

  9. Love lemonade and love pies in the summer :) This is the perfect combination of the two!

  10. So refreshing! I love lemon desserts.

  11. I like the easiness of this pie and of course, the deliciousness;-)

  12. I make this as individual desserts in pretty dessert cups with a sprinkling of graham cracker crumbs on the bottom of the cup and some on top for aesthetics. Great served straight from the fridge.

  13. What a perfect summer pie and it could not be easier! And delicious looking. Thanks for the FB tip! Have a great Saturday! (Hope the move is going well.)

  14. Super Summer time dessert, nice and cool and refreshing :)

  15. My husband would love this cool, refreshing treat. He loves lemonade!

  16. I adore the simplicity of this recipe! I’ve been baking a lot this summer and I don’t usually mind turning on the oven but it’s nice to have a no bake option sometimes :)



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