Blue Frozen Lemonade Cocktail Recipe

Spring and summer are quickly approaching and many of us are anxious & excited for it to arrive. Along with the warmer seasons come family get-togethers, backyard barbecues and patriotic holiday theme’d parties. If you enjoy drinking lemonade and want to incorporate that lemonade flavor into a delicious cocktail drink, I think you’ll appreciate our guest-post recipe today from the folks over at Sparkling ICE.

One of the things I like about this recipe is that it’s super easy-to-prepare and it’s blue! The perfect cocktail to serve at your Memorial Day, July 4th and summer theme’d parties! It will make approximately 4 servings.

Blue Frozen Lemonade Cocktail Recipe

Blue Frozen Lemonade Cocktail Recipe

6 Ounces white rum
4 Ounces blue curacao
12 Ounces Lemonade Sparkling Ice
Fresh fruit, for garnish

In a blender, combine all ingredients and blend on high until it becomes slushy. Pour into a chilled fishbowl and garnish with large skewers of fruit and party straws for sharing. Not interested in serving them that way? Don’t worry, just pour the mixture into chilled glasses!

Fruit garnishing ideas: I think using red strawberries, blackberries, red raspberries and pitted cherries would be great additions! Add in colorful straws or those tropical cocktail drink umbrellas would be great too!

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  1. I am sure ready to have some nicer weather and be outdoors for some backyard barbeques. This would be an easy and festive drink to serve. I like the way the fruit is used for a garnish.

  2. ellen beck says:

    I have a weakness for blue. I cant recall the blue drink I used to just love, it wasnt lemonade more sweet. This looks pretty and festive. I bet this would be nice on the 4th of July which seems far away right now!

  3. I once made blue milk when my sister and I were growing up. She refused to drink it. I bet she’ll change her tune with this yummy drink.

  4. I have learned more about liquor with all your posts! I’m not experienced with making drinks so these specialties are all new to me and boy are they pretty. I really like the fruit garnishes you show too. Guess I’ll have to peruse your cocktail recipe collection now for other ideas.

  5. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    THis is such a pretty drink. I am sure it would taste delicious too.

  6. This drink is super pretty and sounds great for a summer party. I have never tried this before and now I really want to thanks for sharing this great recipe. Have a nice weekend.