Frozen Drinks

Turn up the chill factor at parties with frozen cocktails -- sweet drinks that benefit from a splash of alcohol. From pina coladas to strawberry daiquiris to frozen margaritas, these easy recipes start with or without frozen cocktail mix.

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Sanibel Wave

Better Homes and Gardens

Take a vacation with this refreshingly cool citrus and mint coastal-style summer drink. Serve in shapely stemmed glassware, topped with tropical blooms and mint.

Total: 10 mins

Tequila Sunrise Ice Pops

Better Homes and Gardens

This ice pops recipe, made with tequila and fruit juices, is made for just for adults and is a refreshing treat to serve at parties.

The Aloha Shandy

Better Homes and Gardens

The shandy is traditionally 50-50 lemonade and beer. This version adds some Hawaiian flavor with passion fruit juice.

Melon Martini Snow Ball

Better Homes and Gardens

The melons in this refreshing liqueur are shaped into balls using an ice cream scoop and then dropped into the glass. If you are planning a party, follow the make-ahead recipe instructions to freeze in advance.

Peach Daiquiri Ice

Better Homes and Gardens

This refreshing five-ingredient ice takes only 10 minutes.

Icy Holiday Margaritas

Better Homes and Gardens

Cranberry-raspberry juice gives these festive cocktails their bright red color. Serve these frosty drinks at your next party.

Total: 10 mins

Brandy-Kissed Snowflakes

Better Homes and Gardens
Total: 10 mins

Sparkling Grapefruit Sorbet Floats

Better Homes and Gardens

Slightly tart pink grapefruit sorbet pairs perfectly with creamy vanilla ice cream and bubbly prosecco.

Papaya-Mango Ice Cream Daiquiri

Better Homes and Gardens

Serve this summery honey-sweetened rum, mango juice, papaya, and ice cream beverage in tall chilled glasses.

Total: 15 mins

Frozen Lime Margaritas

Fitness

Frozen limeade makes these chilly cocktails a fun, citrusy drink for parties.

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