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.See Popular Frozen Drinks Recipes
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.
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.
Cranberry-raspberry juice gives these festive cocktails their bright red color. Serve these frosty drinks at your next party.
This refreshing five-ingredient ice takes only 10 minutes.
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 shandy is traditionally 50-50 lemonade and beer. This version adds some Hawaiian flavor with passion fruit juice.
Serve this summery honey-sweetened rum, mango juice, papaya, and ice cream beverage in tall chilled glasses.
Frozen limeade makes these chilly cocktails a fun, citrusy drink for parties.
Skip sugary frozen drinks this spring break and sip these refreshing, low-calorie cocktails instead.
My first apartment had no air conditioner, which meant on sweltering summer days, I'd practically get heat-induced hallucinations of frozen drinks (not necessarily alcoholic, by the way). I would plod down to the nearby deli, where a self-serve slushie machine hummed out front. I could choose the amount of syrup (not so much), yank a lever that gave a satisfyingly old-school clunk, and out oozed the perfect mix of ice and liquid.
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Easy to use tools and gadgets that will help you make cool, cold and frozen treats right at home--no ice cream truck required.
Mix up your go-to cold treats with a few ideas for desserts including ice cream cake, bon bons, and frozen banana pudding.
Creative drinks are more than just a way to quench your thirst. That's especially true come summertime, when a well-made beverage can showcase the best flavors of the season. The best thing about summer drinks is that they're suitable for all ages; no alcohol is necessary to enjoy delicious summer libations.
The seemingly endless round of holiday parties and end-of-year get-togethers at this time of year often means that you're drinking a bit more alcohol than usual. Those extra cocktails can add up to a lot of surplus calories! If you're going to imbibe, choose wisely. Naughty If you're planning on driving (or having more than one) it's best to avoid Martini-type cocktails, which tend to be very high in alcohol. A single restaurant-sized martini may contain more than three "drinks" worth of alcohol (and calories).
In our house, the whirr of the blender is always followed by the pitter-patter of little feet racing down the hallway towards the kitchen. My little lovebugs don't just adore the taste of smoothies, they love helping to make them too. The smoothie has become a staple in our house--leftover fruit gets thrown in the freezer and when we've collected enough we turn it into a delicious breakfast treat.