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Cool Cocktails: 6 Frozen Blended Recipes for Summer Bliss

Cool Cocktails: 6 Frozen Blended Recipes for Summer Bliss

Calling all sun-seekers and cocktail enthusiasts! Summer is in full swing, and you know what that means – it’s time to keep cool and raise your glasses to some seriously cool cocktails.

When the sun is blazing, nothing beats the chill and bliss of a well-crafted frozen blended drink. So, whether you’re lounging by the pool, hanging out on your porch, or just craving a taste of summer in a glass, you’re in for a treat.

I’ve rounded up just over a handful of frozen blended cocktail recipes that’ll make you the star bartender of your summer gatherings. Get ready for a frosty adventure that’ll have your taste buds doing a happy dance and your guests begging for more.

Red Berry Frosé

The Red Berry Frosé is a refreshingly delightful cocktail that’s surprisingly easy to make in just two steps. It harmoniously blends the flavors of raspberries and strawberries for a perfect balance of tartness and sweetness, complemented by the effervescence of sparkling rosé and a hint of vodka’s boldness.

Mango Daiquiri

There’s nothing better than a Daiquiri on a hot summer day, and I’ve got a couple of great options in this list. Starting with this Mango Daiquiri that is so delicious, you’re going to feel like you’re on a tropical vacation with every sip. Bursting with the sweet, juicy flavor of fresh mangoes, complemented by the tanginess of lime juice and a hint of simple syrup, it’s a true delight.

Coconut Daiquiri

Say hello to the Coconut Daiquiri, the ultimate drink for summer lovers and anyone seeking a taste of pure paradise. It’s like a vacation in a glass, no boarding pass required! Creamy coconut cream, tangy lime juice, rum, and ice all blended into a refreshing cocktail you won’t be able to forget.

Frozen Piña Colada

If you’re looking for a drink that’s basically a tropical vacation in a glass, you need to try making the Frozen Piña Colada! Picture this: you’re chilling by the pool or kicking back at a chill beach gathering, and in your hand, you’ve got a frosty, dreamy blend of creamy coconut and the juicy pineapple. Whipping up this frozen goodness is as easy as it gets. Grab your blender, toss in your ingredients, give it a whirl, and voila!

Strawberry Daiquiri

Who can resist the allure of this delectable rum cocktail? Rum, a spirit that’s fabulous on its own, transforms into something extraordinary when mixed with the right ingredients. This is one of my favorite twists on the classic daiquiri – the Strawberry Daiquiri. Bursting with the irresistible sweetness of ripe strawberries, it’s a refreshing delight that’s perfect for any occasion.


Introducing the Grasshopper cocktail – a timeless classic that’s the ultimate refreshment, sweet treat, and the perfect companion for any occasion! Crafted with a blend of creme de menthe, creme de cacao, and velvety vanilla ice cream, this delightful concoction is designed to dazzle your taste buds and leave you craving for more.

So there you have it! Your summer sipper’s guide to frozen blended cocktail perfection. Whether you’re sipping on a classic or experimenting with something new, these frosty delights are your ticket to summer bliss. It’s time to gather your ingredients, fire up the blender, and let the good times roll. Cheers to making unforgettable memories and toasting to the magic of summer, one frozen cocktail at a time.

Author Meet Kelly Sparks, the creative mastermind and cocktail influencer behind @QueenBeeMixology. While mixology may not be her day job, it is her passion. As the Founder and CEO of VMG Studios, a successful and award-winning creative agency and video production studio, Kelly brings her expertise in creativity to the world of cocktails. As a self-taught and dedicated do-it-yourselfer, Kelly makes the journey to amazing cocktails accessible to everyone. And when she’s not hard at work, you can find her sipping a delicious drink with her husband.

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