Frozen Strawberry Lemonade
Strawberry lemonade takes on a fun twist when made with Starburst Sorbet Bars! Enjoy a cool and delicious treat that’s easy to make.
I am slightly obsessed with lemonade during the summer. While I love a tall glass of lemonade and ice, I also love to add it to pretty much anything I can think of. It just seems to make anything feel more summery. One of my favorite lemonade flavors is strawberry lemonade and I’ve been known to drink more than my fair share when I make a pitcher of it for the kids.
I’ve had a few boxes of the new Starburst Sorbet Bars in my freezer for a week or so and my husband has been bugging me to try them out. I finally gave in one evening after the kids had gone to bed and we were alone. I try to limit my sugar intake and one thing I really liked about the sorbet bars is that they are small and only 70 calories. Plus they are made by Starburst so they have tons of flavor, which helps satisfy that sweet craving. It was like eating a Starburst chew on a stick.
Of course, I couldn’t leave well enough alone. I was dying to make the Starburst Sorbet Bars in to a frozen lemonade! All that yummy strawberry flavor with lemonade just had to be delicious. I popped a few bars in a blender with some lemonade and let it whirl. I was totally right! Wow did this little drink pack some summer flavor. I’m also thinking that adding a little adult beverage in wouldn’t be such a bad idea. The frozen strawberry lemonade was fresh and fruity and perfect for a summer night cap.
Want to try some of your own? The Starburst Sorbet Bars are available at Walmart in the refrigerated ice cream case and other select retailers nationwide. The bars are sold in 2.6-ounce 4-Packs for $3.99 and 2.6-ounce singles for $1.49 each. You can follow Starburst on Twitter and on Facebook!
- 4 Starburst Sorbet Bars
- ½ cup lemonade
- Place Starburst Sorbet Bars and lemonade in blender. Blend until combined but still frozen.
- Serve immediately.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.