Thai Girls: Hotter than Thai Food. Preface: I’ve never done this before, and I’m totally inexperienced about brewing. I did a little bit of research online and found this was the easiest and cheapest way to brew wine, which seems like the easiest of all alcoholic drinks to make. Follow these directions at your own risk Like the title says, this method of brewing is not expensive (cost me roughly $12. This will make me 2-3 gallons of wine. maybe more), but the returns aren’t for connoisseurs. This is for cheap-asses, college kids, and 15 year olds who can’t buy anything themselves. Buy ingredients. I made a gallon jug of this. 2 cans of juice concentrate (room temp) I chose welch’s concorde grape. 2-3 cups of sugar water water container (I used a water jug that was 60 cents at the store, plus I got to use the water) Active Dry yeast bleach funnel rubber band balloon Sterilize everything you’re going to use to keep the fermenting wine in.
Go ahead and bring your water to a near boil. Activate the yeast. There it is! Pinterest. Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes. Uhhh yes… why yes, I am posting a “recipe” for a milkshake.
Feel free to kick me in the teeth. It’s not that I think you’re too inept to know how to put ice cream scoops and milk in a blender and push “start”… it’s just that I’m not sure you know how to add a few hefty slugs of bourbon. See? I knew we were in this relationship for a reason. Ooooh and I also really enjoyed this (some would say too much) and didn’t want you to go a day without it. Okay… and the third (real) reason is that my last-minute planned cookies were a big fat fail on Tuesday and my teeth are sweet today. And I’ve already done all the other boring-yet-delicious, typical, !
This is my kind of thing. Print Save Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes Yield: 2 shakes Total Time: 10 minutes Ingredients: Directions: Add all ingredients to a blender and mix until combined. Oh and these fun autumn sprinkles? 21 Jello Shot Recipes for College Students. Jello Shots have been a staple of college partying for years now, so we felt like it was finally time to move past the original recipe.
Check out these 21 jello shot recipe variations – you’re sure to find one to your liking. What You Need: Jello Shot Cups With Lids(Essential!) A LOT of Jello. Each 3 oz jello box will make approximately 20 shots. Basic Jello Shots 1 Cup boiling water½ Cup vodka½ Cup flavored liquor/ schnapps/ pucker1 Small box jello (3 oz.) Dreamsicle Jello Shots Orange JelloWhipped cream or vanilla flavored vodkaTriplesec Strawberry Lemonaid Jello Shots Strawberry JelloLemon flavored vodkaTriplesec Caribou Lou (Pina Colada) Pineapple JelloMalibu RumTriplesec½ cup pineapple juice substituted for some of the boiling water Jolly Rancher Melon JelloVodkaApple Pucker The Holy Bible of Jello Shots Purple People Eater Grape JelloVodkaWatermelon Pucker Bomb Pop Cherry JelloLemon vodka(citron) Blue Curacao Margarita Lime JelloTequilaTriple secSplash of lime juice with the boiling water. Drink recipes: 32000 mixed drink alcohol cocktail recipes.
10 Jello Shots Worth the Hangover. Lemon Drop Jell-O Shots. Lemon Drop Jell-O Shots ~ Get your tailgate on with these fun jello shots re-envisioned into lemon wedges.
Good food, good fun, and . . . some darn good Jell-o shots to add to your tailgate party or Sunday football potluck gatherings. Lemon Drop Jello-O Shots Lemon Drop Jell-O Shots Pre-season has started and with that comes the ever popular football potluck and sometimes tailgate parties amongst my group of friends. I’m not a football die-hard; in fact I don’t even watch football. I must admit, I don’t get to them like I once did since having Cole. That being said, I will be bringing these fun Lemon Drop Jell-O Shots.
I also made limes and oranges, but they didn’t make it in the final picture. No recipe, just a few notes and the step-by step pictures (using a lime) to making these Jell-O shots. Step-by-Step Empty out the citrus of your choice to create a vessel.Juice the citrus first as it makes for easier pulp removal. Leave a Comment. Margarita Jello Shots. It seems like all of my blog posts about cocktail creations start when I visit with my sister....
This weekend my sister was in town and we wanted to create a fun cocktail creation that would be a wow factor at an upcoming taco night I am hosting. We decided to try Margarita Jello Shots! In order to give them that wow factor we decided to serve them in lime wedges. 1. Gather your ingredients: lime jello, tequila, orange flavored liquor, limes and water 2. For the virgin jello I added a half cup of cold water, mixed and then placed it into the fridge to harden (I decided not to put the virgin jello in the lime shells to be sure I didn't mix it up with the grown-up jello).
For the adult jello I added 2 tequila mini's and half a bottle of the orange liquor mini (the total amount of liquor was half a cup) I mixed it together and set the bowl aside. 3. 4. 5. 7. *Please note this recipe includes alcohol and is intended only for adults over the age of 21. Patio Daddio Sangria. Easter Basket Cocktail. Gayer than a Cosmopolitan?
Yep! It’s not really the drink that makes it gay but rather how it is served. Rim a martini glass with thick simple syrup and then dip into dyed green coconut flakes, then adorn with a little marshmallow peep. Think of it as your very own adult Easter Basket, but instead of being filled with candy, it’s filled with booze!
Prepare the glasses ahead of time and put them on a tray decorated with jelly beans and other seasonal delights for a stunning effect. For the cocktail: * 1 1/2 ounces Cherry Vodka * 1/2 ounce Triple Sec * 3 ounces Half and Half or Milk * Dash Grenadine Shake with ice until chilled. Blueberry Infused Vodka Lemonade. Every time my fiancé and I go down to visit his family in NC, his dad ribs me about all the rednecks we come across.
Like I’m some fish-out-of-water, ain’t never seen no rednecks before, “city girl.” I always have to remind him that I hail from East Tennessee where the moonshine flows steady and the rednecks are aplenty. Heck, I grew up learning all the versus of Rocky Top (yeah, there’s more than one and a chorus) and, when necessary, I can speak with more twang that Reese Witherspoon in Sweet Home Alabama. Don’t doubt my hillbilly street cred. And I can handle a strong mountain drink. Ingredients: (makes 2 drinks) vodka 1/2 cup fresh blueberries 1/2 cup frozen blueberries 1 teaspoon sugar lemonade lemon slices for garnish Directions: Put the fresh blueberries in the bottom of a mason jar. Get some decent vodka. Pour it over the berries, filling the mason jar. Reminiscent of moonshine, no? Use a fork to mash up the berries in the bottom. Pour in one part blueberry vodka and two parts lemonade.