Recipe by Brenda
"Cool and refreshing, this summertime drink is perfect for weddings and showers. Everyone I make this for just loves the taste."
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1 (46 fluid ounce) can
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
2 (12 fluid ounce) cans
frozen orange juice concentrate
strawberries (fresh or frozen) pureed in a blender
rum, or to taste
2 (2 liter) bottles
chilled lemon-lime soda
Excellent punch for a hot 4th of July holiday. I added a nice rasberry puree along with the strawberry just to try and be creative. Which this recipe allows you to be. And it is okay to add more rum. I used a full fifth of a Cruzan 120 Proof and it still wasn't really at all potent. Lightweights were having more fun though ; ). . . And if you can, try and mix it from time to time while it slushes/freezes over so it doesn't lair. Other than that, don't leave it in too long for the happening of it completely freezing and then having to take time for it to thaw a lil. So make it the night before or early morning of the party and everything will be deliciously fine. . .
I catered my nieces wedding shower which had a beach theme this past weekend. We set up the tiki bar with this drink and everyone loved it! Froze this in sand buckets and served with an ice cream scoop. Thanks for a great drink!!
we made this drink in my creative chef class at a high school and everyone loved it.. its my new fave summer drink.
Fun to make, but is very sweet. I will probably make it again, but with less sugar, more rum and maybe diet lemon-lime soda.
I've made a Vodka slush similar to this for years. You only need to add the water called for for each frozen juice-no sugar! Adding a can of cranberry juice instead of the strawberries is a really tasty option. I also use use more alcohol. Mix all the ingredients in a plastic storage container and stir every few hours til slushy.
I have made this every year for our annual fall party and just made it for a work party. Everyone ALWAYS loves it and asks for the recipe (unless they don't drink rum). After freezing overnight I put the entire contents in a punch bowl and add a 2 liter bottle of squirt. I also have also used frozen orange /pineapple/bannana concentrate instead of plain oj and added limeaid which makes it taste more like a frozen daiquiri.
I made this recipe, as shown, for a girl's weekend away. We added a little more rum than called for, one fifth, but other than that, followed the recipe exactly. It was fabulous! The consistency was great and it felt like we were on a tropical island! Serve it over Seltzer, not soda.
This is a good drink but is almost overwhelmingly sweet! I really like fruity drinks so I'm used to the sweetness of them, this one just seemed over the top. Not bad though.
Edited to add: I found mixing it with a fruit drink (like grape, or blue raspberry, or cherry) makes this SO GREAT!
Thanks for sharing!
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