Rum Coconut Slush


ali Bresnahan Recipe

By ali Bresnahan alibee


Rating:
Serves:
2
Method:
Blend
Comments:

I made this drink for my honey for Fathers Day...yummy.

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
What a refreshing drink for a hot summer day!  The mix of coconut and lime is such a delightfully satisfying combo.

Ingredients

1 1/2 c
ice
3/4 c
rum**
1/4 c
coconut cream
1/4 c
key lime juice (or frozen lime juice concentrate)
1 dash(es)
water
**(you can use any kind rum and add coconut cream, or you can use coconut rum)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Combine liquids, pour into blender.
2
Add ice, blend till frothy.
3
Pour into frosted glasses and enjoy!
4
Wowee Zowee! I made this yesterday using DARK rum, and it developed into a whole nother drink -- it was dark and frothy, looked like a coffee drink, and the taste was quite a surprise. my hubby went nuts, said it was his favorite.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Smoothies
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American


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37 Comments

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ali Bresnahan alibee
Aug 18, 2015
Carol Levesque and Jackie Gene: in the stores here in Hawaii there is coconut milk, and coconut water, and coconut cream - all different and readily available! Coconut cream is NON-alcoholic, but you can probably find it in the alcohol section - we use it here to make pina coladas. This has been a great tasty treat this summer, as it's been SO bloody hot. (Linda, to make a virgin version: skip the rum?) Be sure to add ice to the blender.
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Kim Meseck KimMeseck
Aug 16, 2015
Making this some warm summer evening, then sitting out on the front porch while hubby and I enjoy!!!
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jackie gene jackiegene
Aug 16, 2015
So coconut cream is a liquor, and is key lime juice the one that comes in a bottle in the liquor department, thanks cant wait to try this, !!!!! sounds like an awesome summer drink,
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Linda Phipps codey1957
Aug 16, 2015
How can you make a virgin version?
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Shery Sullivan Italian51
Aug 16, 2015
This drink sounds so yummy. We are always wondering how to use different liquors. Thanks for the help.