Frozen limeade pie is the perfect recipe for summer. Here’s how to make ahead in a jar. Simple and easy instructions for frozen limeade pie.

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Frozen Limeade Pie In a Jar

This is the perfect recipe for summer. You can make it ahead of time and serve it to your guests in these tiny mason jars. The crust mixed with the slight tartness of the lime and the sweetness of the whipped cream makes the perfect dessert.

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Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups of graham cracker crumbs
1/2 teaspoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of brown sugar
1/2 gallon of vanilla ice cream
12 oz. of frozen limeade concentrate
Zest of two limes (optional)
Container of Cool Whip or Fresh Whipped Cream
6 Cherries

Directions:

Place slightly softened ice cream and the container of limeade in your mixer bowl and then blend until thoroughly combined and smooth.

Fold 1/2 of your lime zest through the blended mixture.

Prepare your graham cracker mixture by placing the crumbs in a mixing bowl.
Add your cinnamon and sugar and stir through.

Melt your stick of butter and add to the crumb mixture. Mix till the butter is totally combined with the crumbs.

Assembly:

Place 2 tablespoons of the graham cracker mixture in your 8-ounce wide mouth mason jars and press to form a nice crust on the bottom…you can add a little bit more if you would like.

Take a 6th of your mixture and scoop it in on top of the graham cracker crust.

Top it with a big dollop of Cool Whip or Fresh Whipped Cream.

Sprinkle fresh lime zest over the top and add a cherry to the top.

Frozen Limeade Pie In a Jar

Frozen limeade pie is the perfect recipe for summer. Here's how to make ahead in a jar. Simple and easy instructions for frozen limeade pie.
Prep Time 45 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 6

Ingredients
  

  • 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
  • 1/2 tsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1/2 gallon vanilla ice cream
  • 12 oz frozen lime concentrate
  • 1 zest of two limes
  • 1 container Cool Whip or fresh whipping cream
  • 6 cherries

Instructions
 

  • Directions:
    Place slightly softened ice cream and the container of limeade in your mixer bowl and then blend until thoroughly combined and smooth.
    Fold 1/2 of your lime zest through the blended mixture.
    Prepare your graham cracker mixture by placing the crumbs in a mixing bowl.Add your cinnamon and sugar and stir through.
    Melt your stick of butter and add to the crumb mixture. Mix till the butter is totally combined with the crumbs.
  • Fold 1/2 of your lime zest through the blended mixture.
  • Prepare your graham cracker mixture by placing the crumbs in a mixing bowl. Add your cinnamon and sugar and stir through.
  • Melt your stick of butter and add to the crumb mixture. Mix till the butter is totally combined with the crumbs.
  • Assembly:
    Place 2 tablespoons of the graham cracker mixture in your 8 ounce wide mouth mason jars and press to form a nice crust on the bottom…you can add a little bit more if you would like.
    Take a 6th of your mixture and scoop it in on top of the graham cracker crust.
    Top it with a big dollop of Cool Whip or Fresh Whipped Cream.
    Sprinkle fresh lime zest over the top and add a cherry to the top.

PS A giant shout out to my friend Andrea who gave me the idea for this recipe!

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Comments

  1. Image for Marisa Franca @ All Our Way Marisa Franca @ All Our Way

    It's great to have friends with arrows -- they can always steer you in the right direction :-) I've made a limeade pie before with limeade and sweetened condensed milk -- this recipe sounds better -- not quite as sweet. Thank you for the recipe, with summer right around the corner it sounds perfect!! Big Hugs!

  2. Image for Kelsey Kelsey

    Love this story! (And glad to know some of us blogging newbies aren't the only ones who ever didn't know what they were doing!)... And hope that we will end up like you and all your glory someday! :) Here's to your arrows xx

    1. Image for Thistle Wood Thistle Wood

      Sally, I'm so sorry! I just fixed the link....it's Andrea from The Cottage Market. Here's the link again: https://www.thecottagemarket.com/recipes Have an awesome day! karianne

  3. Image for Mimi -247 Mulberry Lane Mimi -247 Mulberry Lane

    Yum! Sounds (and looks!) like my kind of recipe! Thanks for sharing the arrow story--it makes me feel like I'm not alone in the technological world. If I need help with something computerish, I always ask a teenager. :-) Once we get passed the eye-rolling and establish the fact that yes, someone actually canNOT know that, I usually learn a lot. Also, three cheers for PicMonkey for being FREE and easy to use!!!

    1. Image for Thistle Wood Thistle Wood

      Shelia, It's so easy. Just go to www.picmonkey.com click edit a picture and upload a picture. Then go the sidebar and click on the butterfly. Then click the arrows on the sidebar! There are so many to choose from! Hope this helps! karianne

  4. Image for barb barb

    Seriously, through out this land, there is nothing more divine than lime. When added into a mason jar and decorated with a cherry, well, simply perfection.

  5. Image for Regina Merrick Regina Merrick

    Ooooo!! I love Frozen LEMONADE pie, but I have to try your frozen LIMEADE pie!! It looks devine!! And, I've needed a reason to buy some amazingly cute single-serve jars or ramekins . . . Don't you think this is the perfect opportunity?? Love your arrows. Sometimes it's the simple things that create the best relationships! :) Happy hot Wednesday! Headed to HOBBY LOBBY with a gift card!! Whoo-hoo!!

  6. Image for Gracious Offering Gracious Offering

    Thanks for the tip on PicMonkey, KariAnne. My photos can use all the help they can get...due to the limited talents of the photographer! The lime dessert looks wonderful for summer...I love anything with limes! So refreshing!

  7. Image for Mary Feguson Mary Feguson

    Oh, I love this recipe. To serve on a hot summer evening after dinner - how refreshing/ Thanks so much for sharing this with us. I am going to print this right now. Have a wonderful Memorial Weekend. Mary

  8. Image for Pat Pat

    Love limes in any form or fashion ~ drinks, desserts, water, etc. This recipe requires a try! :) Your kitchen is beautiful. I am going to try to make arrows too! My photography skills are severely lacking. xo Pat

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