10 Refreshing Frozen Summer Cocktails

by Sidney Yang – Aug 22, 2020
10 Refreshing Frozen Summer Cocktails
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Frozen Cocktails Recipes – Chill out this Summer with a refreshing frozen and blended summer cocktail! These easy and delicious frozen drink recipes use rum, tequila, gin, vodka, rosé and more are sure to quench your thirst. Drink with alcohol, or go skinny and healthy and enjoy alcohol-free. Here are 10 thirst-quenching frozen summer cocktail recipes!

Frozen Cocktails Recipes: 10 Refreshing Frozen Summer Cocktails

Summer Fruit Wine Slushies - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/summer-fruit-wine-slushies-recipe
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Summer Fruit Wine Slushies

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A delicious way to cool off in the summer.
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Frozen Peach Bellini Cocktail - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/frozen-peach-bellini-cocktail-recipe
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Frozen Peach Bellini Cocktail

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Light, refreshing and super easy to make! This elegant cocktail slush will be a hit for any summer party.
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Strawberry Prosecco Margaritas - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/strawberry-prosecco-margarita-recipe
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Strawberry Prosecco Margaritas

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Packed full of flavor and super refreshing, these Strawberry Prosecco Margaritas make the perfect drink for your summer parties!
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Frozen Cantaloupe Margarita - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/frozen-cantaloupe-margarita-recipe
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Frozen Cantaloupe Margarita

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The ultimate refresher for a summer party!
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Frosty Cucumber Breeze - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/frosty-cucumber-breeze-recipe
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Frosty Cucumber Breeze

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Your new secret tool, dedicated to cool everyone off and keep spirits high.
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Strawberry & Blueberry Margarita Popsicles - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/margarita-popsicles-recipe-with-strawberry-blueberry
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Strawberry & Blueberry Margarita Popsicles

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Show your colors this summer!
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Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri Floats - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/strawberry-daiquiri-recipe
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Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri Floats

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These frozen strawberry daiquiri floats make a fun and refreshing cocktail to welcome the festivities!
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Frozen Coconut Lemonade - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/frozen-coconut-lemonade-recipe
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Frozen Coconut Lemonade

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This frozen coconut lemonade is delicious, not too sweet, and super duper cold, which is perfect with the ever increasing temps outside!
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Frozen Cantaloupe Cappuccino - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/frozen-cantaloupe-capuccino-smoothie-recipe
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Frozen Cantaloupe Cappuccino

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Simple, yet so delicious—a home run.
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Boozy Lemon Sorbet Cups - #recipe by #eatwell101 - https://www.eatwell101.com/lemon-sorbet-cups-recipe
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Boozy Lemon Sorbet Cups

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A healthy, delighting treat, just for you.
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Tips for making perfect frozen cocktails every time

With scorching temperatures across the country, it’s time to pull out the blender and fix some thirst-quenching frosty cocktails. Here are some of our well-kept secrets for making frozen concoctions.

  • Blend super smooth: To make a delicious adult slushie, you need a lot of ice and to blend for a while. But you can also flash-blend by using less ice and pulsing just enough to aerate the liquid and get a nice frothy texture. In any case, no matter what model of blender you own, you should always run it on the highest-speed setting when making frozen cocktails.
  • Ice is important: Generally, you need twice as much ice as everything other ingredients. Large ice cubes will inevitably damage the blades of your blender so go with crushed ice that will break up easily. For thicker frozen cocktails, use small cubes or chips, which will pulverize into slush.
  • Use fresh ingredients, just like you would in any cocktail. That means fresh and seasonal fruit, fresh-pressed juices, fresh citrus zest, and maybe a handful of fresh herbs. However, you can use fresh fruits that you’ve frozen beforehand. You’ll end up needing less ice when blending, resulting in more fruit flavor!
  • Get the right balance of alcohol: Too much and your frozen cocktail with melt too quickly. Too less, and well… what’s the point of a frozen cocktail then?

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