Monday, August 11, 2014

Lemon Freeze Recipe

Lemon Freeze is an old fashioned icebox treat came from my grandma. The tang of the lemon combined with the sweetened condensed milk and mellowed by the whipped cream layer makes the perfect summer treat. Another plus, you won't have to turn on your oven and it will come together in about 10 minutes. Just make sure you make it in advance because it does need time to freeze.

Lemon Freeze Recipe

A few years ago, I put together a cookbook of her most remembered recipes. Lemon Freeze was everyone's favorite. We've changed the recipe only slightly. It used to call for 2 eggs. These days we know the dangers of raw eggs, so we don't include them. My mom tells me it tastes just the same as it did when grandma used to make it.

If you love lemon desserts, you gotta try my lemon bars! They're seriously amazing!
Lemon Freeze Recipe

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Lemon Freeze Recipe

1/2 sleeve graham crackers, crushed
1 can sweetened condensed milk
juice of 2 lemons
1 c. whipping cream
2 T. sugar

Line a 8x8 pan with half of the graham cracker crumbs. Mix together the condensed milk and lemon juice. Pour over the graham cracker crumbs. Next beat the cream with the sugar until stiff peaks form. Pour the whipped cream over the lemon layer. Sprinkle with remaining graham cracker crumbs. Place in the icebox for several hours.

Do you have any favorite recipes that were passed down to you? 

Here are some other recipes from my Grandma:
Effie's Sugar Cookies
Ginger Snaps
O' Henry Bars 
Pie Crust
Grandma's Rolls
Chicken Noodle Soup
Monkey Bread
Hot Fudge Sauce
Cinnamon Rolls
Best Ever Sugar Cookies
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Cheesy Corn Chowder


  1. What a tasty looking recipe!
    My grandma makes a pumpkin pie that is wonderful. I have her recipe, but haven't managed to write a blog post about it yet. Come to think of it, I have posted her recipe for Oatmeal Raisin (or chocolate chip) cookies. I love family recipes. Thanks for sharing this.

  2. Yummmmmm. I could go for a slice right now :)