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Pink Lemonade Pie for Valentine’s Day

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I’m super excited to be sharing Valentine’s Week with you all! Along with some pretty amazing gals, Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage, Kellie at Nest of Posies, Amy at The Idea Room, and Charlotte from The Paper Cupcake, each day will be fun filled with Valentine’s Day ideas and a special giveaway each day.

We are kicking it off with a sweet treat for your Valentine…Pink Lemonade Pie! It’s rich, creamy and a perfect little dessert to finish off a special dinner with your sweetie!

To make these adorable little individual servings, I pressed the Graham Cracker Crust into Wilton heart shaped silicone baking cups, but you could easily make a full pie.

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Pink Lemonade Pie Recipe
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A sweet treat for your special Valentine! Recipe from Adapted from The Prepared Pantry
Serves: 1 full size pie or 8-10 mini pies {with leftovers}
Graham Cracker Crust
  • 1½ cups crushed graham crackers
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • 4 tablespoons butter, melted
  • 1 {8 oz.} package cream cheese, soft
  • 1 {14 oz} can sweetened condensed milk
  • ¾ cup pink lemonade concentrate, thawed & undiluted
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 2-4 drops Pink Coloring, if desired
  • 2-4 tablespoons sugar, depending on your taste
Whipping Cream Topping
  • 1 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • ¼ cup powdered sugar
  1. Combine crushed graham crackers, sugar and melted butter
  2. Press mixture into heart shaped silicone baking cups, or pie plate
  3. Bake at 350 degrees for about 8 minutes or until golden brown
  4. Let cool completely
  1. Pour milk into large bowl, add softened cream cheese and beat until well combined
  2. Add pink lemonade concentrate, lemon juice and Pink coloring, mix well
  3. Spoon into cooled crust
  4. Freeze until firm
Whipping Cream Topping
  1. Pour heavy whipping cream in a large chilled bowl with chilled beaters
  2. Whip on medium speed until cream starts to thicken
  3. Add vanilla and beat on high speed
  4. When soft peaks form, gradually add powdered sugar
  5. Beat on high until stiff peaks form
  6. Add a dollop of whipping cream to pie
  7. Garnish as desired

I bet your sweetie and even your kiddos will LOVE these sweet little Pink Lemonade Pies!

Valentine’s Week is full of surprises! I’m super excited to host the giveaway for The Paper Cupcake. If you are a Cupcake Chronicles Newsletter subscriber, you are certainly familiar with Charlotte’s amazing work! Her Etsy Shop is full of fun printables for just about every holiday and birthday. Remember the Valentine Cupcake Toppers she designed for us last week?

She also has these cute cupcake toppers and wrappers for Valentine’s Day! Now it’s your turn to WIN!



One lucky Hoosier Homemade winner will receive a $25 credit to spend in The Paper Cupcake Etsy Shop

Entries only accepted on this page. Facebook and Twitter entries do not count.

Giveaway will remain open until Sunday, January 29, 2012 at  10 p.m. CST. Winner will be chosen at random, notified by email and will have 48 hours to respond.


  • Head on over to The Paper Cupcake, come back here and tell us what your favorite printable is

OPTIONAL ENTRIESPlease leave a separate comment for each entry

Don’t forget to follow along every day this week, and on Friday, YOU will have the chance to share your Valentine Ideas too! Each blog will be hosting a linky for you to add your Valentine posts! How cool is that? So get ready…this is BIG my friends! A total of over 30,000 readers will see your ideas! Not including all the Facebook and Twitter fans too!

I also created a Pinterest Board for Valentine’s Week, and will be pinning your awesome ideas! So follow along and gather some ideas!

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