There’s nothing like delicious frozen cocktails to cool you off in the summer! Pull up next to the pool and relax with one of these refreshing drinks in your hand!
I absolutely love living in Florida but it sure does get hot in the summer! Of course, there are all kinds of ways to cool off. We can go to the beach, splash around in the pool or have our husbands fan us with giant grape leaves. Well, maybe not that last one but a girl can dream, right?
One of my favorite ways to cool off is with some refreshing frozen cocktails. Last month for National Pina Colada Day, I even had some fun coming up with Pina Colada recipes of my own. Now I’ve been looking for more frozen cocktail recipes to enjoy by the pool and I’ve discovered that there’s no shortage of delicious recipes.
From a new take on the traditional Arnold Palmer to a frozen, fruity sangria, I think I just may have the rest of the summer covered! Check them out for yourself and pick your favorite!
The Best Frozen Cocktails To Cool You Off This Summer
Layered Strawberry Mango Margaritas from Eating Well
Key West Colada from 2 Cookin’ Mamas
Blue Hawaiian from Flour On My Face
Raspberry Mango Margaritas from Baker By Nature
Grasshoppers Frozen Mint Chocolate Cocktail from The Farm Wife Drinks
Ranier Cherry And Orange Compari Cocktails from Cooking And Beer
Frozen Boozy Arnold Palmer from Epicurious
Banana Coconut Rum Slushy from Camille Styles
Cherry Moscado Slush from Salt And Lavendar
Orange Peach Mimosa Slushies from Climbing Grier Mountain
Frozen Watermelon Margaritas from Living Locurto
Frozen Coconut Mojito from A Spicy Perspective
Bourbon Peach Slush from The Speckled Palate
Frozen Raspberry Peach Sangria from Joyful Healthy Eats
Frozen Paloma Cocktail from Drizzle And Drip
Which of these frozen cocktails do you like best? I’m having a hard time deciding. I think I’ll have to try one of each before I can make up my mind! See you at the pool!
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