Looking for a deliciously cool and easy summer dessert? You’ve got to try this coconut lemonade icebox pie!
Over the weekend my mom and I decided we wanted to make an icebox pie. We forgot that most recipes call for a can of condensed milk, so we only bought the frozen lemonade, a pie crust and some Cool Whip. When we got ready to make the pie we searched for some condensed milk alternatives in the pantry but all we could find was a can of coconut milk. We decided to give that a try and I’m so glad we did, because it was amazing! The coconut and lemon flavors meld together perfectly to create a refreshing, summery treat. Here’s what you need:
-1 10 oz. can of frozen Minute Maid Lemonade
-1 8 oz. tub of Cool Whip
-1 14 oz. can of coconut milk
-1 graham cracker pie crust
Note: This recipe could actually make two pies if you don’t fill up the crusts all the way. Realistically though, it only makes one and a half pies if you fill one all the way to the top. We just poured the extra filling into an empty pie plate and froze it. We will likely turn that one into individual dessert parfaits by layering it with crumbled graham crackers, fruit and whipped cream or Greek yogurt.
Directions: Combine the first three ingredients in a bowl and whisk together. It helps if the Cool Whip is not frozen. Pour into pie crust. Freeze until the filling is hard (about 8 hours). Enjoy!