Lemonade Ice Cream Sandwiches

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Lemonade Ice Cream Sandwiches

These Lemonade Ice Cream Sandwiches are really handy to make ahead of time and keep in the freezer, not only for dessert but for a snack any time on a hot summer day.

Lemonade Ice Cream Sandwiches

1 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream, softened
1 3/4 tsp. lemonade soft drink mix
2 Tbsp. water
1/2 cup whipped topping
16 graham cracker squares

Place ice cream in a bowl. Dissolve lemonade mix in water. Then stir into ice cream. Fold in whipped topping. Freeze about 20 minutes. Spread about 3 Tbsp. of the mixture on 8 of the graham cracker squares and top with the other 8. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for at least 1 hour.

photo by: ra604


  1. barb~ says

    These sound wonderful. I wonder if you could use whipped topping instead of ice cream to reduce the calories.

  2. barb~ says

    Jill and Tawra, help!!

    I’m keeping three high school seniors and one mom for a week while these boys play in a golf tournament in July. I need some recipes for filling and tasty main dishes to fill these kids up-on a tight budget! What would you recommend?? Thanks!

  3. Grizzly Bear Mom says

    I love your website because you interact with the posters!

    Barb-how about chili on baked potatoes/spagehetti and meatsauce/beef stew on biscuits/chicken a la king on rice/bbq and cornbread/fishsticks and frenchfries? You may want to serve it to them to ensure they have adequate carbohydrate base for their meat or you might run out of sauces.

    You can make the meat sauces, potatoes, & rice in a crockpot plugged into an outlet outside to avoid heating the house.

    • says

      Thanks Grizzly Bear Mom. I know I always feel weird when I go to a web site and the last time the web site owner posted was like a 6 months or a year ago. I feel like I am talking to air or my words are just floating out there in cyberspace. It is sometimes hard like these past few weeks with us trying to get Tawra moved and I can’t answer every single post but I do make sure I read at least everyone and try to answer the most pressing questions as soon as I can.

      Besides we are lucky to have some pretty kind and nice readers who I enjoy talking too.

  4. barb~ says

    Great ideas, Grizzly Bear Mom! I love the baked potato with toppings over it. I haven’t done that for a long time. Stew over biscuits sounds wonderful, too. I love the udea that none of these will take long to fix.

    Bless you!

  5. Alish says

    these sound good, i’m going to try making some. i bet the kids will love them. i’m assuming other flavors could be made also just using a different flavor of kool aid mix.

    • says

      That’s right Alish. The sky is the limit on the flavors you could use. For that matter you could use different kinds of cookies too or what you have on hand.

  6. Felicia says

    These sound sooo yummy! I have one question though for the lemonade soft drink mix, is it the unsweetened pkts or the mix with sugar?

    • says

      It is the kind without sugar but since you are mostly using it for flavoring your could use the sweetened kind too although you might double the amount. You use so little it isn’t make too much difference. If you want a more or less lemony taste too you could add a little more.

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