8 Frozen Cocktails You Can Make At Home

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The great things about frozen cocktails: they cool you off, they heat the party up, and chicks love ‘em! Why go to trendy novelty bars and pay five times more when home made drinks look just as fancy and are a cinch to make? Try one of these eight frozen cocktails that you can make at home to impress the ladies and get your party going!

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Pina Colada. These are a safe bet because Pina Colada has been around for decades, and every lady loves them. Simple to prepare, easy to garnish, and sweet enough to disguise a lot of booze!

3 oz. pineapple juice
4 oz. cream of coconut
2 to 4 shots of rum

Blend with ice until smooth and creamy, pour into a hurricane glass, beer mug or any tall glass and stick a pineapple wedge over the rim! Get the coconut bra ready!



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Daiquiri. Tart, tasty and great if you like drinks that glow in the dark. Daiquiris are a good way to save some of those fatty calories that Pina Coladas will contribute to your girlfriend’s ass.

2 oz. lime juice
2 oz. sweet and sour mix
2 to 4 shots rum

Blend with ice until it looks like a Slurpee. Serve in a tall chilled glass and garnish with a lime wedge. Add an umbrella if you want to be fancy about it!


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Margarita. Fancy enough to serve a lady and manly enough to wash down a burrito supreme. Even if you’re serving nachos, if you pair them with a good looking, great tasting Margarita, you’ll be a real Rico Suave!

2 oz. lime juice
2 oz. sweet and sour mix
2 to 4 shots tequila

Again, just blend, garnish and serve. The fun thing about Margaritas is that you can float another shot on top to kick start the fiesta! Ole’!

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Amaretto Stone Sour. Great for inexperienced drinkers and chicks that pass out or puke a lot, Amaretto Stone Sours are easy to make, have a low alcohol content and taste so delicious you can drink them for breakfast, literally.

2 oz. orange juice
2 oz. sweet and sour mix
2 shots Amaretto

Blend with ice until frothy and serve garnished with and orange slice and cherry. Warning: very easy to drink! Getting carried away may lead to drunken, uninhibited behavior and extreme good times.

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Hurricane. Oh, now we’re talking about some fruity Island fun! Hurricanes have a lovely blend of tropical flavors and really pack a punch! A couple of these, and you’ll be doing the limbo with your bimbo!

2 oz. orange juice
2 oz. strawberry daiquiri  mix
2 to 4 shots Southern Comfort
1 oz. lemon lime soda
½ oz. grenadine

You know the drill: blend, pour, garnish. Party, rinse repeat! Get creative with the garnishes, if you like. Try a pineapple instead of orange or strawberry instead of cherry.

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Brandy Alexander. Be careful with this one, or one of two things will happen: you will get fat, or your girl will get fat. Brandy Alexanders are literally the chocolatey dessert of drinks!

2 oz. brandy
1 oz. creme de cacao
2 scoops vanilla ice cream

Blend all ingredients with a scoop of ice until smooth. Pour into tall glass, top with whip cream and sprinkle cocoa powder. Now hit the treadmill!

 

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Mudslide. Mudslides are cool, creamy, chocolatey and delicious! Just be careful to watch your consumption of them, as gluttony could lead to a mudslide in your pants.

2 oz. vodka
2 oz. Irish Cream
2 oz. Kahlua
2 oz. cream

Blend thoroughly with ice and serve in a chocolate syrup rimmed glass. Yummy!


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Mustache Sally. The name alone is reason to try this frosty bad girl! Mustache Sally is definitely the Pina Colada’s ugly sister! But like most ugly sisters, she’ll take way better care of you.

2 oz. vodka

2 oz. Malibu rum

2 oz. Irish Cream

1 oz. half and half

1 oz. Pina Colada mix

Blend all of the ingredients together and drink up! Don’t bother with a garnish-nothing will make her more attractive. But she sure is good!

 

 

 

 

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