This Cherry Limeade is delicious, refreshing, and so easy to make! Perfect for summer! Thank you Ball Park Park’s Finest for sponsoring this post!
Oh my gosh! It got HOT over the weekend! I mean, I know that this is very typical Wisconsin summer weather, but holy cats! Just last week, I was wearing cardigans. I’m not even kidding you. And now, suddenly I’m sweating buckets and cranking up the AC.
One of my favorite meals to make over the summer, probably because it keeps me from turning on the stove, is hot dogs on the grill! They are such a fun and easy summer dinner. I like to pair them up with a little corn on the grill and just sit on our deck.
Have you tried Ball Park Park’s Finest frankfurters? They are so delicious, and they grill up so perfectly!
Made with 100% beef, they have no no artificial preservatives, no artificial flavors, colors or fillers, and no nitrates or nitrites added. And they are seriously so flavorful! You can see the seasoning right in them. Yum! So perfect for a beautiful family dinner on the deck.
This August, Ball Park’s Finest is going to be hosting a Grillathon in New York City in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for Longest Barbecue Marathon.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a grill master, join the contest by clicking here!
Also perfect for a summer dinner with the kiddos of Ball Park Park’s Finest frankfurters and corn is this Cherry Limeade!
It’s so simple to throw together and is really just frozen cherries, lime juice, sugar, and water. Simple, right?!? It’s the perfect compliment for these hot dogs and a treat that my kids were so pumped about!
Cherry Limeade + Ball Park’s Finest
- 12 oz frozen cherries thawed
- 1 cup fresh lime juice about 10 medium limes
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 4 cups of water divided
- Puree the cherries and lime juice together so that the cherries are very fine.
- Bring the cherry-lime mixture, 1 cup of water, and the sugar to a low boil in a medium saucepan over low heat, stirring consistently.
- Strain the mixture into a large pitcher and allow it cool completely in the refrigerator. Add the remaining three cups of water and serve over ice.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Ball Park. The opinions and text are all mine.