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The perfect slushy strawberry daiquiri! Use simple syrup, which is a 1 to 1 mix of sugar and water, cooked until the sugar has dissolved.
3 people made this
- 5 large ice cubes
- 1 lime, juiced
- 50ml simple syrup
- 3 frozen strawberries
- 50ml Funkin Pro Strawberry Cocktail Puree®
- 50ml dark rum
MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min
- Put ice, lime juice, sugar syrup and strawberries in a blender or food processor and blitz until it has no lumps of ice then add the strawberry purée and rum and blitz again.
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This original recipe was turned on its head by making frozen varieties. The most popular is the frozen strawberry daiquiri which can be found at most bars in fact, the frozen strawberry daiquiri is the most popular drink served at Medieval Times where the basic mix is in a slushy machine with rum being added after it's dispensed.
The basic concept of the frozen daiquiri (as with most frozen drinks) is that the ice is pulverized to a fine mess then stirred into the drink. Many recipes call for throwing all the ingredients, including the ice, inside a blender and running it until the drink is mixed and the ice properly crushed.
What are frozen daiquiris?
The daiquiri is a classic drink made with rum and lime juice. To be honest, the traditional cocktail isn’t what you’ll see sloshing around in a slushie machine.
Classic daiquiris are stronger. Made with rum, lime juice and simple syrup, they’re served neat, usually in a coupe glass.
The classic daiquiri is a very different drink than their frozen cousin with the same name.
And while I love a classic one, today I’m here with one of our frozen friends.
Frozen daiquiris might not be traditional, but they are fun and so refreshing in the summertime!
How do you make frozen strawberry daiquiris? (step-by-step)
⭐ First , add frozen strawberries to your blender. By using frozen fruit instead of ice, you get a super flavorful and not watered down drink.
⭐ Next , add rum, fresh lime juice, and powdered sugar.
⭐ Then , blend until you hit a smooth slushie texture.
⭐ Finally , add fresh strawberries, water, or additional rum as needed to reach desired consistency.
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At least 8 hours before you plan to serve the drink, add rum, 3/4 ounce lime juice, and 3/4 ounce turbinado simple syrup to a resealable container or zipper-lock bag. Place batched mix in the freezer until freezer-cold, about 8 hours.
When ready to serve, add quartered strawberries to blender. Add chilled cocktail mix, pinch salt, and 8 ice cubes. Pulse blender 5 times, then blend until uniform. Taste and add up to 1/4 ounce additional turbinado simple syrup as needed. Blend once more briefly and serve immediately, with a lime wheel, strawberry, and/or straw, if desired.
If you want to make multiple drinks, you can pre-batch up to a double recipe (a blender may not hold much more than that easily) in a single container, add 14 ice cubes, then divide after blending if making more than two drinks, use separate containers to hold more servings.
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- 6 oz. (3/4 cup) frozen lemonade or limeade concentrate (*see substitute at end of directions)
- 6 oz. (3/4 cup) light rum
- 4 cups frozen fruit* may substitute fresh, flavorful, ripe fruit
- 2 cups ice cubes
- sweetener (optional), to taste, if desired (superfine sugar, agave syrup, or other preferred sweetener)
- fresh fruit for garnish (optional)
In a blender, combine lemonade/limeade concentrate, rum, and fruit. (Berries can be added whole other fruits should be cut into cubes/pieces.) Blend until smooth. Add ice. Blend until smooth, and no ice chunks remain. Taste and add sweetener, if desired. If flavor is too intense, add more ice cubes and blend. For stronger fruit flavor, add more fruit and blend.
--Strawberry (raspberry & blackberry not recommended for this "whole fruit" method, because their larger seeds result in a gritty drinking texture)
--Pineapple (optional: add 1 cup canned light coconut milk for a Pina Colada)
MAKE AHEAD MASON JAR DAIQUIRIS:
Pour blended daiquiris into 1/2 pint (1 cup) mason jars, leave at least 1/2" at the top to allow for expansion when they freeze, screw on the lids and freeze. To serve, remove from freezer (let them set out for 5-15 minutes if they're too hard) & use a fork to break up and stir the semi-frozen daiquiris into a slushy consistency. The alcohol keeps them from freezing to a hard solid state, so they're always ready to remove from the freezer, stir, serve, and drink. These will keep for up to 1 month in the freezer.
TO MIX FLAVORS IN ONE JAR: Layer 2 or more layers in a single jar for a pretty presentation and mixed fruit flavor. Pour 1st layer into jar, freeze for 2 hours, add 2nd layer and freeze, repeat with any remaining layers. Try layering Strawberry, Pineapple (or Pina Colada), and Blueberry for a festive 4th of July daiquiri.
VIRGIN DAIQUIRIS: omit rum and substitute equivalent amount of water. Taste and add sweetener, if needed. If made ahead, these will reach a hard ice state when refrozen due to the lack of alcohol. Remove them from the freezer and let them sit at room temperature for 15-25 minutes before stirring into a slushy consistency.
approx. the same for an 8-oz serving of all of the plain fruit flavors: 208 calories .5g fat 36g carbs 2g fiber .6g protein 4 Weight Watchers PtsPlus
For an 8-oz serving of the Pina Colada (a pineapple daiquiri plus light coconut milk):
246 calories 4g fat 36.2g carbs 2g fiber 1.5g protein 5 Weight Watchers Pts Plus
*If you prefer to avoid the high fructose corn syrup often used in frozen limeade and lemonade concentrates, you may substitute:
--1/2 cup fresh lime or lemon juice
--1/3 cup agave nectar OR honey OR simple sugar syrup. (Taste and add more sweetener, if needed.)
Best Ever Strawberry Daiquiris
Typically I&rsquom not big on semi-homemade recipes, and even when it comes to frozen drinks, we make them from scratch, juicing fresh limes and lemons for our frozen margaritas. However, my favorite strawberry daiquiri recipe calls for Bacardi Mixers Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri Mix. But don&rsquot think for a second that we just dump the mix in a blender with some rum and ice and call it a day&hellip
Admittedly there&rsquos not a whole lot more to it, but it&rsquos those little extra touches that make this THE best strawberry daiquiri I&rsquove ever had &mdash not too sweet, not too tart, and deliciously thick and creamy. And it&rsquos hands down the easiest to make!
You&rsquoll need the Bacardi Mix, a package of frozen strawberries, a banana, and a bottle of coconut rum. Malibu Coconut Rum is our liqueur of choice &mdash the top shelf 24% alcohol version from the state store when we remember to buy during store hours. As for the banana, this is one of those occasions where I dip into my stash of frozen bananas to add creaminess and take away some of the tartness that strawberries can have.
We mix up our drinks in our Margaritaville Frozen Concoction Maker (LOVE this thing!), but a regular blender will do.
If you want to serve up a pretty strawberry daiquiri, you can dip the rims of your glasses in water or rub the rim with a cut lemon or lime. Then dip the glass in regular granulated sugar for a decorative look. Of course you can also just skip this step because they taste delicious either way!
A frozen strawberry daiquiri is about the finest drink you can have at the height of the strawberry season.
- Prepare a Martini glass by rubbing the rim with a lime wedge and then with granulated sugar.
- Add all ingredients in a blender
- Add 1 or 2 tablespoon sugar if you like your drinks extra sweet.
- Blend until smooth.
- Pour in the prepared glass.
Volume: 2.0 oz
Alcohol units: 1.2 standard drink
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 20%
Times viewed: 207922
Average Score: 9.1 (27 votes)
The frozen limeade is what makes the drink slushy when served. For a slightly less alcoholic version, you can acheive a similar result using lime juice instead of limeade and by adding a few ice cubes in the blender.
One of the simplest cocktails you can do using white rum. Cuban Rum (ex: Havana Club) really turns an average cocktails into a great one!
This is an off season strawberry daiquiri, for when strawberries are hard to get.
A combination of Strawberry Daiquiri and Mango Daiquiri popular at Secrets Resorts
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Really nice refreshing summer drink, if you hold back on the sugar.
Comment by stul on 2013-02-17 08:45:20
Added by David on 2009-06-27 16:46:13
Last updated on 2010-02-28 10:37:20