A wonderfully tasty and easy treat anyone can whip up!
vanilla brown sugar
you can use regular white sugar, I just thought it would enhance the pink colour and the lemon taste to use vanilla
cans of pink lemonade concentrate- 295 ml
you can cut down to 1 if you don’t like too much pucker, I personally like a good pucker
In a saucepan combine your water and sugar. Cook over medium to low heat until the sugar dissolves. Simmer for a couple of minutes more.
Add the lemons by cutting in half and squeezing over top. Cook for one more minute.
Remove from heat and add your pink lemonade concentrate. Mix until it melts. This will also help the sugar mixture cool so you can freeze it immediately.
Pour throw a sieve to remove seeds.
Put in shallow dishes, I used 2 glass casserole dishes. The big 9 x 13 ones to ensure it froze quickly by having a shallow layer.
Every hour or two give it a scrape with a fork.
Once you are ready to serve it, go over it again with a fork to scrape it into granita/ice.
Serve with a big old puckery smile!
Recipe adapted from Cookaholic Wife Lemon Ice
You could use all regular lemons.
You could use meyer lemons.
You could use any frozen concentrate drink to jazz this up.
Feel free to use only 1 tin of frozen lemonade concentrate. I wanted mine really puckery so I used two. Not everyone appreciates a good pucker.
You can use plain white sugar or vanilla sugar.