"This is a great summer refresher!" — Rebecca and Dana
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen raspberry lemonade concentrate
12 fluid ounces
Wow! Had to make 3 batches of it and print the recipe for all 10 guests. I did use one can of sprite to replace one of the cans of water. Made some ice cubes with raspberries inside. Total Hit!
Too sweet. Rasberry flavor tasted artificial. I've had a pink lemonade with gin and lime juice. That's much better.
I didn't follow this recipe exactly, but it still turned out fabulously! I decided to use 2 cans raspberry lemonade and 1 can regular lemonade. I poured 1 cup of vodka into about 1/2 cup muddled raspberries and let it sit for 2 hours. I then added the remaining 2 3/4 cup vodka, juice of 2 limes and 1 lemon, and the peel of 1 lemon and 1 lime. I then floated the remainder of the peeled lemon and lime in slices in the drink. I had a party last night and everyone LOVED IT!! It was gone within 2 hours.
LOVED this! I made it for myself to drink at a neighborhood picnic/concert, and it was so refreshing and crisp! Then I made it for a wine glass painting party I hosted and put it in one of those big glass dispensers with fresh raspberries floating in it. I added fresh chopped mint to the ice and glasses and it was a very tasty addition that "fancied" it up some...had to dice the mint pretty well, as it would hang from the lip otherwise!
This is excellent, and so simple. Other reviews are right, adding fresh raspberries makes everyone think you worked hard on this....
This is good & refreshing. I'm using a sugar free pink lemonade packet. I've never thought of adding fresh lime. It's really good.
This is delicious and a very refreshing summer drink. I will be serving this at my party in two weeks.
This was easy and great! I couldn't find raspberry lemonade, so I used pink instead, and everyone still loved it. I would definitely make this again!
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