My Jello Americans. Dragon Flowers. Candy Corn Jello Shots. What's orange and white, jiggly and tastes like a creamsicle?
Yes! Candy corn jello shots! How did you guess? Without a doubt, my mini watermelon jello shots are the most popular post on my blog, so I knew for That's so Michelle's birthday week I definitely had to revisit them ... and why not make them seasonally appropriate too? Slightly modified mini watermelon jellos shots = candy corn jello shots! These little babies are super cute and the coconut jello on top mixed with the orange is de-li-cious. For a kid friendly, non-alcoholic version just use cold water with a teaspoon of vanilla instead of vodka. The step by step is the same as with the mini watermelon jello shots, with the addition of one more layer of jello.
Shopping List 10 oranges 1 box orange jello 1 can coconut milk 1 envelope Knox geletin 1/4 cup sugar 1 bottle Pinnacle whipped cream flavored vodka 1. For Orange Layer. Apartment Therapy The Kitchn. Margarita purists may need to sit down and take a few deep breaths before reading this post.
Apartment Therapy The Kitchn. We didn't stop with rhubarb!
There was plenty of basil and the liquor was flowing easily last night, so we came up with another cocktail — this time with pineapple and a hint of lime... Again, we tasted this cocktail using vodka and gin, but this time, gin won out. We're not sure exactly why — maybe some mixologists have a reason — but it just seemed to give the pineapple more body. Because the juice we used was pretty sweet, we added some lime to tart it up. Grown-Up Lime Ricky. I made it to San Diego for BlogHer 2011!
I went over to the Knorr USA kitchen yesterday, and I’m really excited to get cooking on Saturday morning. If you’re also here for the conference, stop by the Knorr booth at 11 AM on Saturday for the live cook off. Marco Pierre White will be there, so I’m going to try not to let my nervousness throw me off too much! It’s actually 5:30 AM right now – between my excitement and the 3-hour time difference, I don’t think I’ll be getting much sleep this weekend! Who doesn’t remember lime rickys from when they were a kid? What you’ll need. Drink Recipe: Asian Pear Sparkler. What really takes the drink to the next level is the infusion of rosemary, ginger, and nutmeg.
After the initial sweetness of the soda, traces of these herbs and spices linger on the tongue and throat – not so much as distinct seasonings but just a mellow warmth. I think it would make a lovely, non-alcoholic option for a cocktail party. Asian Pear Sparkler Makes about 6 drinks 1 cup freshly pressed Asian pear juice*1 teaspoon lemon juice3/4 cups honey1/4 cup sugar1 (4-inch) sprig fresh rosemary1 (1-inch) piece fresh ginger, peeled and cut into coinsSmall grating of fresh nutmegIceSoda water Combine pear juice, lemon juice, honey, sugar, rosemary, ginger, and nutmeg in a saucepan over medium heat. Remove from heat and let stand 30 minutes. The Pink Breeze.
We have been having our share of warm spring air, pretty flowers & nascent green leaves against the blue blue sky (although it seems to have wandered off for the past week, & the nasty cold has butted it’s ugly head again).
I have been enjoying the outdoors with my kids, the smell of the freshly mowed grass & humming “The spring is in the air/I’ll see lovers everywhere/I’m singing a song…..” to myself. I also have been thinking Pink. I thought of plain & simple The Pink Drink, & the playful The Pink Wink, & even the elusive Pink Dream. But there had been pioneers before me, all those pinks were already taken. That meant I had to think again….Well now that & I named my drink The Pink Breeze, (How is that?) While I had been researching names, the master mind behind this pretty pink concoction is actually my better half. For the lovers of alcohol & also the non lovers, we have presented here 2 versions of drink. The Pink Breeze. End of Summer Jelly Shots - Mimosa with Orange Flower Water. Mimosa Jelly Shots, cut with an oval cookie cutter and skewered with edible flower petals The fourth submission for the End of Summer Cocktail survey is a no brainer.
It is so obvious in fact, that I can't believe this cocktail didn't make it into the upcoming Jelly Shot Test Kitchen Recipe book. (Good thing the recipe follows!) MOJITO POPSICLES « Blue Jean Gourmet. Rum and I haven’t always been friends.
After a collegiate night of bad choices featuring one too many glasses of Diet Coke & cheap rum, I swore off the stuff for years. But a few months ago at my favorite Houston bar, I took a tentative sip of a friend’s rum-based cocktail. And rum and I have been going steady ever since. Skittles Vodka (with instructions) Refreshing Raspberry Mojito. Fresh mint is super abundant this time of year.
The crop in my garden is already a bit out of control, and it’s only May! I use mint all summer long in iced tea, fruit salads, tabbouleh, and more. But, hands-down, the best use for fresh mint is for making an icy-cold Mojito on a hot summer evening. Strawberry Margarita Jell-O Shots. When thinking of Super Bowl foods strawberries don't usually make the cut.
Strawberry Basil Daiquiris. As summer leaves us, I thought it was only fitting to go out with one of the most summery cocktails I could possibly think of: the daiquiri. I made these last week when it was gloomy and rainy in New York City, so I figured that these Strawberry Basil Daiquiris would help cheer Kramer and me right up. I switched things up from a typical daiquiri by adding, of course, the basil, but I also used one of my favorite liqours, St. Germain, in addition to rum, for a mellow sweetness that paired perfectly with the fresh strawberries. There’s nothing quite like sipping on a frozen daiquiri in the dead of summer – it cools you off and makes you care a little less about the sweltering heat.
Fall is just around the corner, so I hope that everyone gets a chance to enjoy these last couple weeks of sunshine! Your ingredients, although I didn’t end up using any club soda. Juice your lime and lemon. Apartment Therapy The Kitchn. Earlier in the week, we posted some ideas for using basil in cocktails, promising to try our own interpretations over the weekend. Well, we did some experimenting, and while our first inclination was to use strawberries, we found piles of rhubarb at the farmer's market — and came up instead with this lovely, pink concoction. Click below for the recipe...Rhubarb definitely needs to be sweetened up from its natural state, especially for a summery cocktail, so we cooked it down with some sugar and made a purée. We cut some basil into ribbons, bruised it a bit with the back of a spoon, and stirred in the rhubarb, liquor, and club soda. In the name of, ahem, thorough research, we tasted two versions — one with gin, one with vodka — and determined that the complexity of rhubarb and the herbal flavor of the basil needed a less flavorful alcohol.
Vodka it was. Unfettered F-U-N . . . Rainbow Jelly Shooter! Rainbow Jelly Shooter Its been a whirlwind at the test kitchen. The book is progressing (crossing fingers that it is going to press in early December!) , we have been working on a little something (three little somethings, actually) for Saveur.com, and about a million more actions items cropping up here and there, many of which have not received appropriate attention and are currently housed in a bin marked "anxiety provoking". One of the highlights of our week was a lovely chat with Erin over at Tablespoon.com, who mentioned that they were hosting a Double Rainbow Week, which sounded like such fun! (And it IS - featured items include double rainbow . . . donuts! Pop Rocks Rimmed Cocktails. Add a little firecracker spark to your cocktails (or mocktails for the kids) this summer!
How? It’s easy! POP ROCKS! I used to love this candy as a kid. They make a crackle sound when they hit your tongue and come in a variety of colors and flavors. 1. For Every Holiday Party, the Right Drink - Multimedia Feature. Candy Corn Cordials Recipe : Food Network Kitchens. The Portal Two (Portal 2 Cocktails) Ingredients:...
The Portal Two (Portal 2 cocktails) Ingredients:Blue CuracaoVodkaLemonade CointreauRum Orangina Small tumblers Directions: “This drink is, of course, designed to resemble the two coloured portals from the excellent sci-fi puzzle game. Raspberry, coconut, and lime – oh my! Fancy Watermelon Lime Jello Shots. Caramel Apple Jello Shots [With Real Apples]