Drinks | August 15, 2019

Brazilian Limeade

Do you like lemonade?  Then you’ll love limeade!  It is refreshing and tart and delicious!  This recipe is a twist on a classic limeade – Brazilian Limeade!  It has a creamy, sweet component that will keep you pouring glass after glass.  I recently made this at a party and I received an inbox full of recipe requests the next day!

Limeade lined up in milk glasses.

What Is Brazilian Limeade?

There is a Brazilian restaurant in Utah called Tocano’s.  They serve a creamy, tart, and delicious limeade.  This recipe is a copycat of that drink.  Trust me – once you try this, you’ll be hooked!

Brazilian limeade in milk glasses, garnished with lime.

What Do I Need To Make Brazilian Limeade?

You’ll need:

  • limeade (I’ll cover some options in a bit)
  • sweetened condensed milk
  • limes for garnish

Limeade ingredients.

How Do I Make Brazilian Limeade?

  1. Add sweetened condensed milk to a pitcher.
  2. Pour in limeade.
  3. Stir until sweetened condensed milk is dissolved.
  4. Garnish with limes.

Brazilian limeade process.

Limeade Options

There are a few different options when it comes to limeade:

  • premade
  • from concentrate
  • make your own

If you are going for the premade option – I like the simply limeade.  You can find it in the refrigerated section and it is delicious!  You can also make limeade from frozen concentrate that is found in the freezer section.  Just follow package directions.  The last option is to make your own.  All you’ll need are limes, water, and sugar.  I’ll give all the details in the recipe card.

Overhead shot of Brazilian limeade in milk glasses.

More Lemonade & Limeade Recipes

We are fans of the refreshing citrus drinks around here – so check out our other recipes:

Brazilian limeade in milk glasses, garnished with lime.

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Brazilian limeade in milk glasses, garnished with lime.
Brazilian Limeade
Prep Time
10 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 

A delicious twist on limeade.  This creamy, dreamy and tart drink will knock your socks off.

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Brazilian
Keyword: brazilian lemonade, Brazilian Limeade, Homemade Limeade
Servings: 7 servings
Calories: 289 kcal
Author: Kadee
Ingredients
  • 52 oz limeade
  • 15 oz can sweet and condensed milk
  • lime slices for garnish
Instructions
  1. Combine limeade and sweetened condensed milk, stir to combined.

  2. Serve with lots of ice and a lime slice.
Recipe Notes

Limeade Options

There are a few different options when it comes to limeade:

  • premade
  • from concentrate
  • make your own

If you are going for the premade option - I like the simply limeade.  You can find it in the refrigerated section and it is delicious!  You can also make limeade from frozen concentrate that is found in the freezer section.  Just follow package directions.  The last option is to make your own.  All you'll need are limes, water, and sugar. 

 

Homemade Limeade:

  • 1 cup fresh lime juice
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 quarts cold water

Combine all ingredients in a large pitcher.  Stir to combine.

Nutrition Facts
Brazilian Limeade
Amount Per Serving (8 oz)
Calories 289 Calories from Fat 18
% Daily Value*
Fat 2g3%
Saturated Fat 2g13%
Cholesterol 8mg3%
Sodium 74mg3%
Carbohydrates 63g21%
Sugar 60g67%
Protein 5g10%
Vitamin A 150IU3%
Calcium 152mg15%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

 

 

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  1. Hello Jo.
    I apologize for my confusion, but is it half the can of sweetened condensed milk, or the whole can. Maybe I read wrong earlier in the post, but I thought it said to add half. But the written recipe doesn’t make that distinction. Thanks!

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