Recipe by Kesha
"This summertime drink with pink lemonade, gin, ice cream, and strawberries is sure to help cool you down. Try it garnished with a dollop of whipped topping and a fanned strawberry."
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen pink lemonade concentrate
12 fluid ounces
vanilla ice cream
Really yummy! I replaced the gin with ginger ale and it was excellent. I served it at a girls only party and everyone loved it and wanted more.
These were way too strong to taste good. I told myself the next batch would have less alcohol but I got too trashed to make a second batch that night! I plan to keep experimenting with this recipe until it satisfies my taste buds.
"I must admit, this recipe was slammin'. I had some pink panties at a party before, both made-up by two different people. I didnt get a chance to ask how they were made. So I went on-line to allrecipes.com and found Kesha's. From now on I will be making my own pink panies, thanx to Kesha. "you go girl."
With the plentiful supply of fresh strawberries I used them instead of frozen. A good quality gin and vanilla ice cream is a must for this recipe. Can't wait to make this beverage again next summer.
i don't know about kid friendly, but these were a hit at the party i held for the girls while the boys were away on a stag camping trip. it was also pretty cool sending out invitations to a pink panty party!
of course they are delicious! it's a such a flirty fun drink -- only one problem really: they get too sweet. i discovered that RASPBERRY pink lemonade makes them absolutely divine.
Ick, ick. Gin and ice cream should never touch. Stick with Bombay & T.
What a fun drink! My roommate and I made these a couple weeks back to celebrate their softball league victory. I normally don't like any sort of "cream" in my drink but since this was a blended/slushy like drink - it went down good. NOTE: I did use 1/2c less gin...and it was a good thing I did! More and it would have been too strong!
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