Here’s How to Make “Creamy Lemonade,” TikTok’s Latest Trending Drink
There’s also a vegan version.
We may be in the dog days of summer, but the refreshing recipes circulating on TikTok are certainly not slowing down. In fact, a second lemonade-focused drink is now making the rounds on the social media platform.
This beverage, called Creamy Lemonade, seemingly gained popularity on TikTok thanks to a clip posted by Yumna Jawad, who runs the beloved TikTok account, Feel Good Foodie. In the video, which was posted earlier this month, Jawad combines fresh-squeezed lemon juice, cane sugar, sweetened condensed milk, lemon slices, ice cubes and water.
“This is lemonade on another level!” she explained in the caption. “Just add sweetened condensed milk to your lemonade recipe and enjoy.”
Jawad swears the final product is “so refreshing, so creamy, and so good,” and it looks like tons of TikTok users couldn’t agree more. The clip has already been viewed more than five million times and received thousands of positive comments.
“I need this in an IV,” one TikTok user wrote. Another added: “I just made this. I agree, it’s next-level lemonade.”
Many TikTok users also pointed out that Jawad’s refreshing creation is very similar to a drink typically made in Brazil, Haiti and other parts of Central and South America. That beverage, usually referred to as Brazilian Lemonade, is often made with lime juice, sugar, sweetened condensed milk and water.
In a follow-up video, Jawad made a dairy-free version of Creamy Lemonade using coconut milk. Though the ingredients began to separate a bit, Jawad said the final product was still enjoyable.
Believe it or not, this is the second time in as many months that a lemonade recipe has gone viral on TikTok. Back in June, dozens of users began making Whipped Lemonade using whipping cream, lemonade mix, ice, regular lemonade and an optional helping of fresh fruit.
In a third lemonade-focused TikTok, Jawad even combined these two trendy recipes by frothing her creamy lemonade and garnishing it with pureed raspberries. The result is an ombre pink beverage that looks almost too good to sip. Bottoms up!