I would like to make a sugar-free version of the lemonade pie that uses:
I can make a sugar-free version of the sweetened condensed milk (it's great!), use sugar-free cool whip, and a low-carb pie crust using CarbQuik. But I'm not sure how to make a sugar-free frozen lemonade concentrate. It's just sugar (or splenda), lemon juice and water, but I am not sure what quantities. Could anyone help me with this. I'd love to make it for my dieting family!
By Moogie53 from Denton, TX
What is your 'sugar-free version of the sweetened condensed milk'?
SF Sweetened Condensed Milk- makes 1 cup
1-1/2 cup nonfat dry milk
1 cup splenda
1/2 cup boiling water
4-1/2 tablespoons softened butter
Combine dry milk, sugar, water and butter in blender until smooth. (add a little more boiling water if too thick) Refrigerate until chilled and slightly thick.
Whenever I make lemonade using lemon juice, I use 1 cup lemon juice (Realemon or generic brand), 1 cup sugar and 2 quarts of water.
Thank you Skinney54! I checked on the 12 oz can of frozen lemonade and it makes 2 quarts.
Using your ratio, I'd need to use 1/2 cup lemonade and 1/2 cup splenda to equal a 6-oz can of frozen lemonade.
I'll give that a try and post my results. Thanks again. :)
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