Recipe by Sharon
"A tropical, flavorful, alcoholic slush that packs a punch! Serve 2 scoops in a glass with lemon-lime soda. You'll want to keep this one away from the kids!"
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2 (14 ounce) cans
cream of coconut
3 (6 ounce) cans
frozen lemonade concentrate
1 (46 fluid ounce) can
unsweetened pineapple juice
1 (750 milliliter) bottle
lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage
I have made this three times now and this is what I learned. The first time I followed the recipe exactly. I had some trouble with the cream of coconut because the ingredients were cold when I added it and it sort of made little bits of frozen coconut cream. However, everyone really liked it. The second time I used coconut milk as others had said they did and it was less expensive. YUK! it all came to the top and froze in a discusting glob. I had to throw it all out and start over. My advice, use the cream of coconut, and bring all your ingredients to room temurature bfore mixing. Also, my first batch was not freezing well after 24 hrs so I added a cup of water to it. It did not taste watered down and made a better slush consistancy.
I made this for a party. It was too sweet for my taste. It also took a long time to freeze. I ended up adding some ice and using a blender.
WOW!!! I made this for my Bunko group of 16 women and thankfully made three batches - it went quickly! Based on the reviews, I prepared the first batch two nights in advance to make sure it would be slushy, which it was in under 24 hours. After tasting how good it was, I decided I needed to make more. The second batch, I eliminated one can of the cream of coconut and put in just a little less vodka to compensate. This batch tasted just as good as the first. By the time I made the third batch, I was out of vodka and used regular Bacardi rum and I think this might have been my favorite. We used ginger ale, Sprite Zero and regular Sprite and they all tasted good. Several people asked for the recipe. This is something I will keep in the freezer to enjoy throughout the hot southern spring and summer months! I can also see children enjoying this in a non-alcoholic version - it's very refreshing.
When I made this it was for my daughters B-Day we just didn't add the vodak and everyone loved it. So it can be kid friendly.
I made this just a few changes. I did not add the alcohol - because we were having a LUAU with kids invited. I could not find CREAM of coconut so instead I actually added Coconut milk...and just one can instead of two. I mixed it with a mixer to get rid of the white specks. I added one of the lemon lime sodas and froze it for a few hours till it was a beautiful frothy slush and mixed it the other ice cold lemon lime soda right before serving. It was a smash hit! I think it was the best thing at the luau! People raved and raved!!!! FANTASTIC... I will make it a zillion more times. It is a keeper for my forever cookbook!
We made this for a luau-themed bridal shower and the flavor was so yummy! However, we also had trouble getting it to freeze. After being in the freezer over night, it was just barely starting to get slushy. Perhaps make two days in advance,...
Is quite sweet, and I used only half the amount of marachino cherries!
M-M-M What a great heat beater! Love it! Next time I'll make a double batch!
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