Copycat Chick-Fil-A Frosted Lemonade Is Perfect For Hot Summer Days
Yum! We can't wait to make this!
Chick-fil-A is known for their waffle fries, chicken nuggets and Polynesian sauce, but they are also famous for their lemonade! Chick-fil-A’s lemonade is the real deal, made with only real lemon juice, cane sugar and water — no additives or artificial flavors here.
No wonder it’s so loved by lemonade fans. But, Chick-fil-A took things to the next level when they introduced their frosted lemonade, a mouthwatering blend of their iconic lemonade with creamy vanilla soft-serve. (Calorie counters can opt for a lighter version by asking for a diet frosted lemonade; it’s made with vanilla ice cream and Chick-fil-A’s diet lemonade, which has Splenda instead of regular sugar).
And this summer, they’re even introducing a new flavor: Mango Passion Tea Lemonade, made with lemonade, iced tea and passionfruit and mango flavors.
It’s officially SUMMERTIME, Raving Chick-fil-A Eagles Landing Fans! We are welcoming the return of our signature and classic Peach Milkshake and introducing our new refreshing and perfect for summer beverage, the Mango Passion Tea Lemonade! Available now! ☀️🍑 pic.twitter.com/gQu6kHTrZH
— Chick-fil-A Eagles Landing (@Chickfila_EL) June 29, 2020
Thanks to this copycat recipe from Let’s Dish, you can make your own Chick-fil-A frosted lemonade in the comfort (and safety!) of your own home. Why don a mask and brave a pandemic when you can make your favorite fast food treats at home?
To make this copycat Chick-fil-A recipe, you will need frozen lemonade concentrate, milk and condensed milk. You can also opt for toppings like whipped cream and a slice of lemon to add a pretty garnish for the rim of your glass. Find the full recipe here.
If you prefer, you can squeeze lemons yourself to make your own lemonade instead of using a concentrate. Here, Delish shows you how to make a copycat Chick-fil-A frosted lemonade recipe by using lemons, sugar, water and vanilla ice cream. Of course, this will be a bit more labor-intensive (and involve getting your hands sticky as you juice the lemons) but hey, what else is there to do this summer?
eHow takes a similar approach, but instead of using all cane sugar, they mix it up with some powdered sugar as well. They say works better for a blended drink like a frosted lemonade because it keeps the mix from separating.
Now, if we could only find an easy way to re-create Chick-fil-A’s waffle fries at home, we would be all set!