Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

This month’s Theme of the Month Menu is Disneyland’s Hungry Bear. Hungry Bear is a counter service restaurant in Critter Country across from Splash Mountain. This became one of our favorites several years ago as the menu appeals to my oldest son very much, burgers and pie! In fact, all of us found menu items we enjoyed so this has become one of our go to spots for dining. Disneyland offered a number of specialty drinks during the 60th Diamond Anniversary celebration and one was the Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade. This drink is still on the menu as of the writing of this post so I thought it would be a fun addition to my Hungry Bear Theme of the Month menu.

Image property of Disney
Image property of Disney

 

This drink is very easy to prepare. Just put all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. You can add whipped cream, if desired. My youngest preferred the drink without the whipped cream, but my oldest just mixed the whipped cream in with the rest of the drink and really enjoyed it. You can also get honey sticks, like they have at Disneyland, and have fun squeezing the honey into your drink or sipping the honey directly out of the straw.

Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade
Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade Recipe

Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

Yield: 2

Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add lemonade, cherries, ice and honey to a blender. Blend until smooth and fully combined.
  2. Pour into serving glasses.
  3. Top with whipped cream, if desired.

Notes

Note: If you have honey sticks, omit honey from the blender and add a opened honey stick to the drink before serving. The honey can be added to the drink or sipped right out of the honey stick.

Adapted from GetAwayToday

Simply Lemonade is a brand name and is used in the parks.

https://simplyinspiredmeals.com/honey-bee-frozen-lemonade/

 


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