Frozen Coconut Limeade

2 ingredients plus ice and a little water gets you this refreshing Frozen Coconut Limeade!  A perfect summer drink the whole family can enjoy!

Here I go with the citrus again!  You know me & my lime addiction!  And if you don’t, just check out all my lime posts.  I am loving this hot summery weather that we are already having, but let’s face it, you gotta stay cool right?  Hence, this post.  I think I found my new favorite drink: Frozen Coconut Limeade!

 

2 ingredients plus ice and a little water gets you this refreshing Frozen Coconut Limeade!  A perfect summer drink the whole family can enjoy!

Don’t get me wrong, I love my Brazilian Lemonade (which is actually a limeade.)  This is practically the same as Brazilian Lemonade, except coconut-y & frozen!  It’s like a little frozen mocktail ready to be enjoyed while basking in the sun!  Are you ready for summer?  With this drink you should be!

 

2 ingredients plus ice and a little water gets you this refreshing Frozen Coconut Limeade!  A perfect summer drink the whole family can enjoy!

Frozen Coconut Limeade
 
Yield: Approximately 7 (1-cup) servings.
Ingredients
  • 5 cups ice
  • ¾ cup Lite Coco Lopez Cream of Coconut (found in the alcoholic mixers aisle at the grocery store)
  • 4-6 Tbsp frozen Limeade concentrate (more or less depending on desired level of tartness)
  • 3 Tbsp water
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients into a blender & blend on high until smooth.
Notes
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Recipe altered from High Heels & Grills
 2 ingredients plus ice and a little water gets you this refreshing Frozen Coconut Limeade!  A perfect summer drink the whole family can enjoy!
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Comments

  1. says

    Oh YUM! This look fabulous! I’m printing the recipe and plan on making it to sip out by the pool (spiked of course). LOL. Oh, I’ve just added you to my bloglovin’ list too :)
    Renee – Kudos Kitchen By Renee

  2. says

    Found your blog on cooking for the seven dwarfs. This caught by attention because I love anything coconut. I get pulled in by the amazing aroma. You add lime to that mix and I can’t help but put this on my “to do” list. Thanks for sharing and can’t wait to explore your site some more!

  3. says

    Wow, this is a match made in Heaven! And I think we need to be BFF’s – I also have a lime addiction!! :)

    Pinned this to try VERY SOON!

    Steph @ Silver Boxes

  4. Cammie says

    The title is Frozen Coconut Limemade, the instructions end with mix in blender until smooth. Where does the frozen come in, do you have to put in freezer? If so, for how long.

    • Amber says

      Thank you! It is seriously one of my favorites and since the weather is already hot here, I might just make one this weekend!

  5. Ron man says

    Reminds me of Key West, we just came back from. We like lime and coconut and were going to make this refreshing drink, guaranteed

  6. katie c says

    Add just a couple sprigs of mint to the blender and the mint will keep you cooler….that’s why you always see mint sprigs in southern sweet teas and mint julep …because it really does make you cooler…I should know I’m the queen of mojitos….;D~>-{

  7. Roxanne says

    I am excited to try your recipe. I love coconut! One of my favorite summertime drinks is what we call “Green Lemonade”. It is so refreshing. Fill your blender almost half way with green grapes. Add one celery stick and a slice of lemon (I include the peel, but I am using a Vitamix). Fill to the top with ice cubes. Drizzle some honey or agave over the top (to your taste). Mix on high. It should look like a green frappe when you are done. Enjoy.

  8. Beach Momma says

    Sounds so great! Love your readers suggestions too, mmm, mint. I love making Brazilian lemonade. I may have to add some coconut and ice to my next batch!

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