Frozen Blackberry Lemonade

Have you ever had a blackberry that’s been floating around in frozen lemonade?  Sooooooo good. I was dropping more berries in my drink just so they could soak up more lemonade flavor and coldness (does that make sense?) and I could eat them.

Also, did you see  “The Good Girl” with Jennifer Aniston? That’s what I think of when I eat blackberries.

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Aniston eats poison blackberries in the end and dies (I think she dies? Am I right?)  Weird movie but I kind of liked it. And if you didn’t see it. I totally just ruined it. Sorry!

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So this frozen drink. I drank it/ate it with a spoon on my back porch this weekend one day when it was 100 degrees outside. It was exactly what I needed.

I used a can of lemonade from concentrate and a can of Izze sparkling blackberry and some fresh blackberries. It was perfect.

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It was easy too. I used my ninja blender but any regular blender will do.

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I made the flavor layers separately and then spooned them in so it would look pretty. But, you could mix them together and I think it would taste the same.

You could also pour a shot of something boozy on top and make it extra special. I’m thinking coconut rum would be REALLY good on top.

I posted this Instagram shot when I was drinking it and I am obsessed with it. The colors! The flowers. Can’t you just tell it was 100 degrees out?

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Cheers to the weekend. TGIF for real. It’s been a long week. Lets make some more frozen drinks.

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Frozen Blackberry Lemonade

Yield: Serves 4

Prep Time: 5-10 mins

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup lemonade from concentrate (A little over half of a 12 oz can)
  • 1 can Izze sparkling blackberry
  • 1 cup water
  • 8 cups ice
  • Fresh blackberries and lemons (optional)

Directions:

1. Mix 1 cup lemonade from concentrate with 1 cup water and 4 cups ice in a blender and pulse until smooth. Set aside.

2. Mix 1 can Izze sparkling blackberry with 4 cups ice in a blender and pulse until smooth.

3. Spoon layers of each flavor, about 2 tablespoons at a time, into your serving glasses. Top with a slice of lemon and fresh blackberries.

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