Once upon a time, in a land far, far away, kids didn’t go back to school until after Labor Day.
OK. I’m being a smart aleck. But my husband and I remember this time fondly. Of course, our kids will remember that they get out of school in early May, when kids who started after Labor Day were still sitting in a classroom until June, but still. Around here, though the kids already back in school, we still like to think of Labor Day as the official end of summer.
So when Walmart challenged me share a Labor Day story with you, I knew I wanted to do something to celebrate summer’s close. If you’re planning to celebrate the holiday with a picnic or party, or if you just need to cool off (because we all know it’s still going to be hot for a few months),Â here’s a recipe that will hit the spot.
Frozen Berry Lemonade
- 6 oz frozen lemonade concentrate
- 1 cup frozen strawberries
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
- 1Â cup fresh, diced watermelon
- 6Â tbsp. agave nectar
- 1 1/2 cups ice
- 12 oz.Â water
1. Place frozen lemonade, strawberries, raspberries and watermelon in a blender. Blend until smooth.
2. Add ice, water and agave nectar and pulse until blended. Serve immediately.
Makes about eightÂ 8 oz. servings.
My daughter says this tastes like a frozen drink from Taco Bell. I like to think it tastes better, and it’s definitely healthier. 🙂 It’s also likely a lot cheaper per serving, and you can get all the ingredients at Walmart.
If you’re looking for more ways to celebrate Labor Day, check out what the other Walmart Moms have shared:
- Lemony Basil Orzo Pasta Salad
- How To Plan An Easy Labor Day Picnic
- Salami Chopped Salad
- Jack Daniel’s Smoked and Grilled Burgers
- Mac-N-Cheese Deep Fried Bites
- Creamy Chicken Artichoke Casserole
- DIY Patriotic Frames
- Red, White and Blue Burlap Bandana Wreath
- Red, White & Blue Angel Fluff
- Key Lime Pie
- Mango Chicken Skewers
- Patriotic Paper Petal Wreath
- Simple Summer Side Dishes
DISCLOSURE: As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, Iâ€™ve received product samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.