Overnight Daiquiris

Overnight Daiquiris - a great "make ahead" drink in any flavor. Alcoholic or not made ahead and kept frozen to have ready for any occasion.

Am I too old to have a slumber party? If not (heck, even If I am) I have the perfect libation in mind. Now here is a real plus –  Overnight Daiquiris can be made as a virgin version and would taste just as good.  See?  Now even the kiddos can have fun with it.

Overnight Daiquiris - a great "make ahead" drink in any flavor. Alcoholic or not made ahead and kept frozen to have ready for any occasion.

This recipe is fun, fun and more fun. It is easy, versatile and can be made days ahead for any occasion.

Overnight Daiquiris - a great "make ahead" drink in any flavor. Alcoholic or not made ahead and kept frozen to have ready for any occasion.

You could even double the recipe and make half alcoholic and half non-alcoholic. Just choose your flavor and substitute the fruit – you really cannot go wrong. It is as easy as that!!Overnight Daiquiris - a great "make ahead" drink in any flavor. Alcoholic or not made ahead and kept frozen to have ready for any occasion.

I am giving you three versions to get you started. Now it’s time to play “Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, catch a daiquiri…” to create your own favorite versions.

Overnight Daiquiris - a great "make ahead" drink in any flavor. Alcoholic or not made ahead and kept frozen to have ready for any occasion.

Enjoy!!

Overnight Daiquiris - a great "make ahead" drink in any flavor. Alcoholic or not made ahead and kept frozen to have ready for any occasion.
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Overnight Daiquiris

Overnight Daiquiris - a fun and versatile make-ahead drink. ------- Recipe inspriration - Entertain, Decorate, Celebrate Magazine - May/June 2013
Course Drinks
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 4 -6
Author Susie Gall

Ingredients

  • For Peach Daiquiris:
  • 1 16 ounce package frozen peach slices
  • 3/4-1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 cups water
  • 1/4 cup orange liqueur for non-alcoholic use orange juice
  • juice of 1 1/2 lime
  • 1/2-3/4 cup light rum
  • 1 can lemon-lime soda for non-alcoholic version only
  • Garnish with lime slices or mint sprigs
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  • For Strawberry Daiquiris:
  • Substitute frozen strawberries for the frozen peaches
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  • For Blueberry Daiquiris:
  • Substitue frozen blueberries for the frozen peaches

Instructions

  1. For any flavor:
  2. In a medium saucepan, combine frozen fruit, sugar, water, orange liqueur and lime juice.
  3. Cook until sugar is dissolved and fruit is thawed and softened. Approximately 5 minutes.
  4. Pour the fruit mixture into a blender and pulse until smooth or desired consistency.
  5. Pour into a pitcher and add the rum. Stir until well blended.
  6. Pour into a freezer container and freeze overnight.
  7. Remove from freezer 15 minutes before ready to serve.
  8. Pour into glasses (if serving as a non-alcoholic drink - add a splash or two of lemon-lime soda)
  9. Garnish with a lime slice or mint sprig. (opt.)
  10. Enjoy!

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    Comments

    Debi @ Life Currents
    These look great! I'd love one right now. It's been so hot!
      Susie Gall
      Thank you, Debi. These are so easy and are delicious. A really fun drink to keep ready to serve in the freezer.
    Serena | Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
    These look amazing! I could use one right about now!
      Susie Gall
      Thanks Serena, I heading to the freezer in just a few minutes:-)
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