Strawberry Limeade Punch makes a fabulous drink to serve at any party!
Hey y’all! I’m so excited to share this drink with you today! But first, I must tell you a little background and share a little something you may or may not know about me.
When I was a Senior in high school, I worked as a Sonic carhop. I have to say it was one of the most fun jobs ever! First, I worked with several of my high school friends, which is pretty much what it is all about at that age. Second, I made great tips and paid for my Senior trip with that money! Third, I got the best experience making the coolest drinks and ice cream treats on the planet. I mean let’s face it. Sonic does have the best refreshing treats around! It was so fun learning how to make all that stuff.
So my number one favorite drink to this day is a Strawberry Limeade. I loved it and craved it for 3 out of 4 of my pregnancies. They just never get old to me.
Basically, the drink is really easy to make, but there was always something missing when I made it at home. All they do is squeeze fresh lime juice over ice, add sugared strawberries, and fill up with Sprite. Easy, right? Yes! But there is one little problem that I always have. I don’t feel like they are quite as good at home without that fountain drink machine.
When I made these the other day, even my non-fruity drinking husband like them! My secret was to make more of a bulk punch version and add limeade concentrate and strawberry kiwi juice. It really brought it to a whole new level and dare I say, even better than the original!
This will definitely be served a lot this summer!
Strawberry Limeade Punch
- 1 12 oz. container frozen limeade concentrate
- 1 2 Liter Sprite, chilled
- 1 23.2 oz container frozen sliced strawberries (in sugar), mostly thawed
- 4 cups strawberry kiwi juice (found on juice isle)
- 2 limes, sliced
- 2 to 3 limes, cut into wedges for serving
- ice for serving
- In a large gallon-size pitcher or beverage dispenser, add limeade break up with a spoon.
- Add in sprite slowly.
- Add strawberry kiwi and stir.
- Add in a few lime slices for decoration.
- To serve, fill cup with ice, squeeze a wedge of lime over ice, add a heaping tablespoon of strawberries, pour in strawberry limeade punch. Garnish with a lime slice, if desired.
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Heather | girlichef says
I have to say, I think that sounds like one of the funnest jobs a high schooler (or even college student) could have! And your version of this drinks sounds absolutely amazing – so refreshing and such a flavor burst.
Ashley | Spoonful of Flavor says
Ah, Sonic, so fun! I can see myself sipping this in my backyard on a warm summer day. Love the fresh flavors!
Amy @ A Healthy Life For Me says
Gotta love Sonic, what a great summer job for a teenager, and you obviously came away with some skills. This punch looks fantastic.
Kacey @ The Cookie Writer says
I have a ton of fresh strawberries on hand, so I am sure I can recreate this recipe somehow! It looks soooo good! I love girly drinks, so this is right up my alley 🙂
I love girly drinks too! Thanks Kacey!
The timing on this post is perfect, I am planning my daughter’s 2nd birthday party and was looking for a good warm weather punch recipe!!
Great!! Thanks Sara!
These pictures have got me dying to try this!
Meg @ The Housewife in Training Files says
How fun working as a car hop! My hubby and I love going to happy hour there for a Cherry Limeade and I can see why you love their drinks They are hard to beat. Can’t wait to make this and drink it all summer long!
Jaren, this sounds so easy to make at home! In high school I worked at Old Navy, I also liked that job!
I worked at Old Navy too when I was in college! Loved that job too! However, I kept spending all my money on the clothes!
Lisa @ Wine & Glue.com says
I LOVE it when that happens with a recipe! Something you’ve been trying to replicate at home forever and you finally get it or better yet improve on it! This looks amazing! Pinned!
Totally! Thanks Lisa!