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Sweet (Literally) Party Watermelon Shooter Trick!

Sweet (Literally) Party Watermelon Shooter Trick!
A nice twist from the normal jello shooters Related:  Alcohol

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Frozen Watermelon Margaritas Frozen Watermelon Margaritas, this cocktail is destined to become everyones favorite. What’s more festive in the summer months than cool sippers with your favorite spirits and pink fruit! Last week I was sent this selection of four Patron tequilas: Silver, Reposado, Anejo & XO Cafe Dark Cocoa They were excellent super models against the Telluride landscape…(not to mention very tasty!) I work closely with Patron & had the best time shooting lifestyle photos for them at the Aspen Food & Wine Classic last month. Hope y’all have a wonderful weekend planned. We are gonna go jeeping, mountain biking & hiking. Gotta make the most of these snow free summer days while we have them! I’ll also be swinging in a hammock ~ sipping these cool & fruity Frozen Watermelon Margaritas… Copyright © 2009 Marla Meridith {}. Margarita Recipe Links Tagged as: Aspen Food & Wine Classic, cocktails, Friday, frozen drink, fruit, happy hour, Patron, tequila, watermelon

» MINT ICED TEA OG ANDRE SOMMERDRIKKE Vi er tilbage fra sommerhuset og har haft den skønneste uge – godt selskab, god mad, sol, afslapning og masser af hyggelige stunder! Vi har tilbragt en masse tid ude i den dejlige sol – både på stranden men også i haven, hvor der er blevet drukket en masse kolde drikke. Især vores yndlings iskaffe er blevet lavet mange gange!! Derudover var krydderurte-bedet ved at blive ædt af den ene mynte-plante, så for at den ikke skulle overtage det hele blev den klippet en del til. Det betød at der var en masse mynte, som vi simpelthen ikke nænnede at smide ud, selvom der jo stadig var sindssygt meget tilbage. Ingredienser (1 stor kande)6-8 poser grøn te (hver pose med 1,8 g. te) 1 l kogende vand 2 spsk sukrin (kan erstattes af normal hvidt sukker) 1 lime, saft og skal 1 citron, saft og skal 2-3 håndfulde mynte OBS: Gem gerne et par skiver citron, lime og lidt mynte til når is-teén skal serveres Ingredienser (1 stort glas):1 1/2 tsk sukker 3 1/2 tsk instant kaffe 2 spsk vand 3 dl mælk

Limonade aux fraises | Cerises & Friandises Strawberry Lemonade (Scroll down for recipe in English) Voici une boisson rafraîchissante pour les après-midis d’été ensoleillés. Rien de mieux que de siroter un verre et feuilleter un magazine, en se prélassant au soleil, dans le jardin, avec mes deux chats endormis à côté. 1 1/3 tasse fraises coupées en morceaux3 citrons90 ml sirop de canne (ou la même quantité de sucre)4 tasse d’eauglaçonsRéduire 1 tasse de fraises en purée dans un mélangeur électrique (garder le reste pour ajouter dans la limonade)Dans un bol, ajouter le jus des deux citrons, le sirop de canne et mélanger bien. 1 1/3 cup chopped strawberries3 lemons90 ml cane syrup (or the same amount of sugar)4 cup waterice cubesReduce 1 cup of strawberries to puree using a blender (keep the rest to add in the lemonade)In a bowl, add the juice of two lemons, the cane syrup and mix well. Share and Enjoy

Fresh Strawberry Lemonade I finally broke down (or rather, my 10-year-old bender finally broke down) and bought a Ninja Ultima blender — seriously, best investment for the kitchen this summer. This thing doesn’t just blend, it pulverizes! Anything and everything I put in it! Needless to say, I’ve been on a juice and smoothie kick the last few weeks. Most days though, I’m blending up baskets of berries to pair with the bottomless lemonade coming out of the backyard. Happy Solstice! Makes 10 cups (enough to fill a pitcher) Ingredients For the Simple Syrup 1 cup water 1/2 cup sugar For the Strawberry Puree 2 cups strawberries, halved or quartered 1/2 cup water For the Lemonade 2 cups freshly squeezed lemon juice 5 cups water 5 strawberries, thinly sliced lengthwise Method To make the simple syrup, combine the water and sugar in a small saucepan over medium heat. Meanwhile, make the strawberry puree by adding the strawberries and water to a blender and pureeing until smooth. Never Miss a Post!

Koolaid Flavor Changing Mix Red White and Blue Jello Shots with Cherries The fourth of July means so many fun things for me. It means some time off with family and friends, swimming pools and sunshine, morning runs along the shore, crab feasts, bbq's and cocktails. This year Austin gets to play on the beach for the first time. The very same beach that Nick and I got married on (pretty much in the same exact spot) two years ago. I've been saving most of my jello shot recipes for the book but because this holiday is so special to me I had to do something a little special on the bog too! Cheers to all things red, white and blue my friends. Step 1: Pour 1 box red jello (cherry is the perfect red color) and 1 cup water in a medium sized sauce pan. Pour into a lightly greased 9x13 pan. Step 2: Slice 12-15 cherries with stems in half so the stem is on top. Step 3: Pour 1/2 cup Thai coconut milk (regular milk will work as well but coconut milk tastes better) and 1/2 cup water in a medium sized sauce pan. Let it sit until it comes to room temperature.

Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade – Life As A Strawberry by Jessie on June 27, 2014 I jumped on TWO bandwagons today, you guys. Sometimes, a food blogger’s just gotta do what a food blogger’s gotta do. Especially when the bandwagons in question are mason jars and fun stripe-y straws. Also, the bandwagoning was all in the name of this super delicious Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade. Actually, this particular drink was inspired by a Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade we had at Yardbird while in Miami for BlogHer Food last month. I ended up adapting it a bit from the Yardbird version and a bit from my own Sweet Whiskey Lemonade, and then I added a fresh rosemary sprig for a little bit of depth and earthiness. Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade Ingredients For the Blackberry Simple Syrup: 12 ounces fresh blackberries 1/2 cup sugar For the Blackberry Whiskey Lemonade: 7.5 ounces whiskey 7.5 ounces lemon juice 1 large rosemary sprig 6 ounces blackberry simple syrup Instructions Put the blackberries and sugar in a small saucepan over medium heat. Notes

The Stay At Home Chef: Chocolate Chip Cookie Shots How fun is this? When I saw the idea to make chocolate chip cookie shot glasses, I knew I'd be trying it. Serving these at my little sisters ultra decadent "Love is Sweet" bridal shower was absolutely perfect. These cookie cups are ultra rich, and so fun to eat. You can have your milk and cookies and eat it too! All at once! to make this recipe work. Time To Make It: 30 minutes hands on + baking time + cooling time Yield: About 6 or 9 "cups" (depending on how thick you make them) Ingredients 1 cup all vegetable shortening 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup sugar 1 egg 2 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 tsp salt 2 cups flour 2 cups semi-sweet mini chocolate chips, divided Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Other Recipes From Dessert Week:

Toasted Marshmallow Shot Glass [VIDEO] | The Watering Mouth I was on Facebook the other day when my friend Eleanor posted an awesome picture of a toasted marshmallow shot glass. My jaw dropped just like it always does when I see genius of this magnitude, so I knew I had to try it out to see if it worked. Mainly I was curious if it would work at all, because I thought the marshmallow would be too porous, but hey, a girl can dream right? Well, it does work, turns out. Here is a quick video for how to make the toasted marshmallow shot glass: So when I went to go make this, I had to try about 12 different marshmallows to figure out the best way. As I state though, even if you can’t get your marshmallow to work perfectly, like if it leaks or something, sopping up alcohol (or chocolate milk!) Toasted Marshmallow Shot Glass Author: cheri Cuisine: Cocktails 4 marshmallows, regular size 2 ounces any flavor liqueur 2 forks electric burner (or gas fireplace/burner) plate Turn on your electric burner to red-hot high. Things to Keep In Mind:

How To Make Strawberry Margarita Jello Shots Birthday Cake Shots recipe Simply rim shot glasses with frosting and sprinkles, then shake together these sweet and boozy birthday drinks. Turn two bottles of booze into these beeeautiful sprinkle-rimmed birthday cake shots with this super quick cocktail idea. Cake vodka is splashed together with Baileys™ Irish Cream and tinted bright pink. Because, Birthday You. Here’s your ingredient lineup. Start by lining up your rimming assembly line. Dip the tips of each shot glass into pink-tinted Betty Crocker™ frosting. Then pop in a pot of rainbow sprinkles to rim. Boom. And now, for the shots. Pour in some vodka and shake-shake-shake until your concoction is bright pink. Like, totally Katy Perry pink. Time to add some chilled cream liqueur. You’ll have this beautiful, milky mixture that simply screams, “Sip me! Bottoms up, Birthday Girl. Cheers! Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes.