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Strawberry-Vodka Delight Recipe


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Yasmin Fahr

Vodka Strawberry Cocktail

Try this refreshing cocktail, with chunks of fresh strawberries, on a cool summer day or on a freezing winter evening when you wish it was warm outside.

Ingredients

  • 2 strawberries, stems removed, plus more sliced, for garnish
  • 1 ounce vodka
  • 2 ounces fresh orange juice
  • Ice

Directions

In a cocktail shaker or in a sturdy glass, muddle the strawberries with the vodka. Add the orange juice and ice and stir. Garnish with strawberries slices and serve.


Recipe Summary

  • 3 cups sugar
  • 6 cups water
  • 1 (46 fluid ounce) can pineapple juice
  • 1 (12 fluid ounce) can frozen lemonade concentrate
  • 2 (12 fluid ounce) cans frozen orange juice concentrate
  • 1 quart strawberries (fresh or frozen) pureed in a blender
  • 2 cups rum, or to taste
  • 2 (2 liter) bottles chilled lemon-lime soda

In a saucepan, dissolve the sugar in the water by bringing it to a boil over medium-high heat. Turn off the heat and allow it to cool.

Combine the sugar water with the pineapple juice, lemonade, orange juice and pureed strawberries in a 6-quart container. Mix in the rum to taste. Put the entire mixture into a large plastic ice cream pail and freeze overnight.

To make the drinks to order, scoop 1/2 cup of the frozen mixture into an 8 oz glass. Fill the glass with lemon-lime soda and serve with a straw. Keeps well in freezer for up to one month.


How to Make Strawberry Delight with Canned Strawberry Pie Filling:

For the full ingredient amounts and instructions for easy strawberry fluff, scroll to the recipe card at the bottom of this post.

  1. Beat chilled sweetened condensed milk until fluffy and white in color.
  2. Add drained crushed pineapple and strawberry pie filling and blend until combined.
  3. Stir in Cool Whip and chopped pecans by hand.
  4. Spread into a 13 x 9 inch baking dish, and chill until set.


Super Simple Recipe

Let&rsquos say that you&rsquore having friends over and you aren&rsquot sure what you should make. You are wracking your brain to try and decide what drink to make for your friends. This super simple recipe is something to have on hand, especially if you entertain people often.

I keep these ingredients on hand and all I have to do is maybe run to the store for some fresh strawberries. Every time I have someone try this martini recipe, they enjoy it.

I explain to them how simple it is and they always take the recipe home. So, if you love to entertain or enjoy a drink here and there, then you need this recipe in your life. It&rsquos so enjoyable!


Strawberry Vodka Slush Preparation in a Blender

Step 1
Start by combining all the ingredients in the blender. The strawberries, the ice cubes, 1 cup of vodka, 3 tablespoons of simple syrup and the lemon soda – if you like it.

Step 2
Cover the top of the blender with a lid and mix and blend every few seconds using the “PULSE” function. This will crush the ice and give us a really incredible slushy texture that consists of half ice and half liquid.

Step 3
Stop when you get your desired texture and consistency and serve immediately. To improve the presentation, feel free to add fresh strawberries and mint leaves as decoration to the glasses.

Note – since this is an icy drink, it’ll melt fast, especially if it’s hot outside – make sure to prepare it right before you plan on serving it.

Strawberry Vodka Slushie Reviews

Nancy says: “There’s something truly amazing about this slushie, not sure if it’s the way the strawberries are mixed or what, but it tastes amazing!”

Nancy posted (5 / 5) review

Antonia says: “You can’t even taste the vodka! Super good mix and balance!”

Antonia posted (5 / 5) review

Sparkling Strawberry Rosé Cocktail

The sparkling strawberry rosé recipe features strawberry vodka and a sparkling blush wine in a fun and fruity cocktail. You will also find a few surprises inside this delightful pink drink, which can be made by the glass or the pitcher.

To complement the wine and vodka, a hint of pear and a touch of basil are added. The wine gives it a nice, light effervescence and the other ingredients add to the complexity of flavors that are sure to tantalize your taste buds.

There are two homemade ingredients in this recipe. The basil syrup is very easy to make at home and, just like most herb-infused syrups, it should be ready in an hour. This is a great addition to a variety of cocktails, including the tomojito, and can replace the syrup and basil found in the Basilica.

If you choose to make your own strawberry vodka, you will have to plan ahead because it can take up to two weeks to get the perfect flavor. In a pinch, pick up strawberry vodka at a liquor store. Among the favorites are Three Olives, Stoli, and Smirnoff, though you'll find a few other vodka brands that offer this flavor as well.


Use real butter

Recipe: strawberry vodka

Our oppressive heat of the last several weeks seems to be abating so that Kaweah can resume her jolly evening walks without overheating. While we adjust to summer temperatures, it’s much harder on the pup. So 80°F might be tolerable for us, but it will have her gasping for air on the baby trails.

kaweah was so very happy to be out after a rain

trail markers in our town



This cooling trend was just in time for the Fourth of July holiday too. It was lovely getting our legs outside and back on the trails. The wildflowers are going nuts in the high country too. For our holiday, we went for an early morning local hike.

big views

little critters (can you spot the pika?)

token summit shot on mount audubon (haze is smoke from wildfires in wyoming)

wonderful blue columbines (colorado state flower)

blessed rains on the descent



Fireworks were cancelled in our mountain town for obvious reasons (two words: Colorado wildfires). If you’re hankering for sparklies, you can see fireworks photos from 2011 and 2010. Instead of scoping out a location from which to shoot the fireworks like previous July 4ths, I got to chill out at home and make a simple, but elegant dinner.

pan-seared scallops on fresh vegetables



My beverage of choice is water. I love it. But when I want to offer something special to friends, it’s usually fruity and usually homemade. In summer, the quintessential beverage is lemonade. I like to play with fancy lemonade like lavender lemonade or in this case, a strawberry lemonade. Except this is an adult strawberry lemonade made with homemade strawberry vodka.

get yer hands on some proper strawberries



You might have deduced that I am a little obsessed with strawberry beverages. You are correct. I’m enamored with the brilliant red color and the intensely strawberry flavor of strawberry syrup and now this strawberry vodka infusion. Infusions are fun, easy, and pretty. They’re great to give away or keep for yourself.

wash the berries

slice into quarters or halves (if they are small)



This infusion comes from my friend, Sean Timberlake, who also runs a great site on DIY preserving: Punk Domestics. It’s so simple a child could make this… except they couldn’t purchase the vodka.

strawberries in the jar



Right, so you wash some berries, chop them up, and place them in a glass jar with the vodka. That’s most of the work right there. Seal the jar and give it a shake. Then you store the jar in a cool, dark place for 3-7 days (go for 7, let’s maximize that flavor) giving it a shake once a day. I know, it’s hard not to break into it early, but be patient. When it’s ready, strain out the strawberries and you are left with a handsome, brilliant red liquid.

red!

the strawberries have given up their essence to the vodka



Sean recommends storing it in the freezer and enjoying the strawberry vodka straight. I store it in the freezer, but I can’t drink it straight. It tastes like cough syrup to me because I’ve never really acquired a taste for vodka. However, if you add a shot (or two) of the strawberry vodka to lemonade, the cough syrup taste goes away.

squeeze some lemons to make lemonade

add simple syrup and water



Strawberry vodka lemonade tastes like strawberry lemonade. You can’t detect the vodka, but the strawberry flavor is strong and bright. Beware, lightweight boozers! You can get plastered enjoying one too many strawberry vodka lemonades on a hot summer day. But don’t let that deter you from enjoying one (or two…) because it’s utterly delightful. And if you really don’t want the boozer option, then go for a virgin strawberry lemonade using the strawberry syrup in place of the strawberry vodka – just make your lemonade less sweet since the syrup has a lot of sugar in it.

add a shot or two of strawberry vodka to the lemonade

a great way to enjoy summer



Strawberry Vodka
[print recipe]
from a guest post on David Lebovitz by Sean Timberlake of Punk Domestics

2 pints (1.25 lbs. or 575g) strawberries, organic or unsprayed
750 ml vodka

Wash, hull, and cut the strawberries into halves if they are small, quarters if they are large. Put the cut strawberries into a glass jar with a capacity large enough to hold the strawberries and the vodka. Pour the vodka into the jar. Tighten the lid on the jar and give it a good shake. Store the jar in a dark, cool place for 3-7 days (I went with 7 days). Give it a swish once a day. When the vodka is ready, strain the strawberry solids out with a fine mesh sieve, cheesecloth, or if you have a lot of time on your hands and want a super clear liquid – a coffee filter (this method totally doesn’t work for the impatient). Store in the refrigerator or the freezer for several weeks. Makes a quart.

To make strawberry vodka lemonade, add 1-2 ounces of strawberry vodka to a glass of lemonade over ice.

lemonade
3/4 cup sugar
1 cup water
1 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice (about 5-6 lemons)
2-3 cups water

Stir the sugar and 1 cup water together in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Make sure the sugar dissolves completely. Let boil for a minute then remove from heat. Let the simple syrup cool. Combine the simple syrup with the lemon juice and add 2 cups of water. Add more water to taste. Makes about a quart (depending on how strong you want your lemonade).

23 nibbles at “chillin’ my way”

With no spare time to sit at a computer I find it such a treat to visit your site…and now, to my delight,I’ve checked out punk domestics. Sometimes it’s nice to know there are others out there doing the same thing. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Now I must go can up that elderflower syrup I made the other day, it’s so lovely smelling! Rock on sista friend.

I’m not really a drinker, but that last photo may turn me into one. It looks amazing.

That is stunning! I need one of those this afternoon!

David L and strawberries really speak to me right now as we are in Paris, and my kids and I just scarfed down a bunch of luscious strawberries. Will have to try the virgin version of this when we get home. Yum!

This looks great! This recipe will come in handy this weekened.

Gorgeous and refreshing! Love it!

Those strawberries look amazing. I’m guessing that they aren’t supermarket strawberries because the last couple of times we’ve purchased strawberries from the market (the organic variety) they weren’t red all the way through – there was a lot of white and they tasted sour and “watered down” if that makes any sense. We’re growing our own, but since we only have about 5 plants we only get a few at a time, but they are SOOO much better than the supermarket strawberries! We’re definitely planting a LOT more next year.

First things first…this series of photos is absolutely breathtaking. The action and details captured are a true work of art. Very inspiring.

Now the scallops. I am heading to the fish market tomorrow.

Finally, that cocktail will be the perfect venue for my Seascape Strawberries which are plentiful right now. Time to have some friends over for dinner!

That looks wonderful! Middle England has had the opposite problem to searing heat (it’s been raining for months) and for the first time in eight years I have no strawberry crop, so sadly am unable to join you…

Where oh where do you find your strawberries. Nothing at the Boulder Farmer Market, and surely not from WF or Alfalfas, and I tried Lucky Market and Sunflower as well after your mouthwatering recipe for strawberry syrup. Must I bus up the canyon to find real fraises like yours?

I finally found luscious strawberries this week at Whole Foods in Superior….albeit in a tub with some other berries (located on the shelf across from the fish counter where they also have the cut up melons, etc.)

Beatufiul as always! I just made Strawberry Rhubarb Cocktails with Vodka that were delicious!

farmerpam – oh yes, punk domestics is wonderful (as is Sean – I *love* him). Woohoo, you made elderflower syrup!! :)

Bing – I’m not either, but you can also try making the non-alcoholic version! Both are excellent.

TKW – I can see you chillin’ out with one of these in your lovely hand xo

Kristin – how cool! Hope you’re having a great time.

Tracy – yes, these are from the Boulder Farmers Market and they’re organic. COMPLETELY different beasts from the ones in supermarkets. I cannot sing the praises enough :) So awesome that you are growing your own. I’m impressed! (and a little jealous!!) :)

Val – you’re so sweet, thank you.

helen – ugh, I wish we could trade weather a little??

JulieT – really? I guess that means the season is over for now. I got them at the Red Wagon Farms stand, but when I went to get some last week, they didn’t have any on Wednesday. I think they will come back again in early August? I guess it depends on the varieties. Ask around – I will do the same. I really need to get more of those babies!

M.K. – I’ve been getting strawberries from WF too and well… they don’t compare at all. They’re far inferior to the ones from the Farmers Market.

gorgeous. i made fresh strawberry mojitos this spring with the berries from our yard, for the first time ever. i can’t ever go back! i’ll be making this next year when the berries are back.

Wow! Such impressive pictures and what a really refreshing and pretty mix too! Perfect for the summer. A must try!

Wow. Those strawberries look amazing. I don’t drink alcohol, so I cannot make this however, I should try making regular strawberry lemonade very soon. Now I just need to find strawberries as red as yours…

i made strawberry meyer lemonade to go with strawberry vodka last summer… it was such a hit. need to make it again soon :)

You should try making a watermelon lemonade.

I have made some vodka close to this before but you would drink mind if you made it.

Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Strawberries
Sugar
360 Double Chocolate Vodka

Wash and cut up the strawberries then mash them some.
Put the strawberry mixture and the vodka in a clean container. Make sure that it is an air tight container.
Shake it every couple of days.
Leave in cool, dark space for at least 7 days. Leaving it longer will only make it better.
Pull strawberries out of container and push as much liquid out of strawberries through a mesh sieve (strainer) into bowl with vodka. Throw out strawberries unless you like drunken mushy strawberries.
Strain vodka through strainer with cheesecloth or coffee filter. If using coffee filter, this is going to take FOREVER.
If you would like to get ALL the seeds out, use a water pitcher that has a filter on it, may need 2 filters. This will take a while too.
Once filtered, use a funnel and pour the strawberry vodka back into the 360 vodka bottle.
You can continue to store in dark place or place in freezer.

I’ve made one bottle of this. It was so smooth. I don’t know if I added all the steps seeing as how this is my first ever recipe to write. This recipe was made with Arkansas Strawberries, yum!
Have a great day!

I can’t remember how long I left the strawberries in for, but it was delicious. At a more-or-less 1:1:1 ratio of strawberry vodka : lemon juice + simple syrup : water, it was a perfect way to drink vodka.

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I was about to make the strawberry pâte de fruits, but as I’m at that part of the berry season where there are so many in the patch that I’m starting to resent them (first-world problems), I just need a drink. This is perfect! Thank you so very much for sharing this, the others, the pictures, and just basically making the world better by being in it.


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Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker over ice. Shake and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with a strawberry, and serve.

Pour all ingredients into a cocktail shaker, and shake. Place the rim of a chilled cocktail/martini glass in a bowl of lemon juice, then transfer to a bowl of sugar in order to coat the rim. Pour the contents of the cocktail shaker into the cocktail glass, and serve.


Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Recipe

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Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Recipe. How about a yummy Strawberry Lemonade Vodka Cocktail. This Strawberry Vodka Lemonade is made with fresh strawberry puree fresh squeezed lemons and a honey simple syrup plus vodka of course.

Strawberry Vodka Slush Simply Made Recipes Recipe Strawberry Vodka Summer Drink Cocktails Vodka Slush from www.pinterest.com

Last updated Feb 12 2021. Shake briefly to combine. Garnish with a lemon slice or add more strawberries.

Add sugar to the water and put it on the stove for medium-heat.

Its a fabulously fresh recipe that will show off any vodka you choose to pour. A refreshing cocktail mixed with fresh strawberries lemonade and Titos Handmade Vodka. Fat 0 Carbs 53 Protein 1. Strain into a large pitcher filled halfway with ice.

Let it come to a boil so the sugar dissolves and strawberries start to cook down.

Add the lemon juice water and the vodka to the strawberry simple syrup.

Discard the strawberry and mint.

Vodka Strawberry Lemonade Cocktails Heather Christo vodka lemon slices mint lemon juice water sugar water ice cubes and 1 more Strawberry Lemonade Bookcooker.

In a small saucepan combine the sugar water and strawberries and bring to a simmer until the sugar is dissolved.


In Praise of Fraise (strawberry vodka)

Maybe the problem started when chocolate tequila hit the shelves. Or cherry pie whiskey. Or all the crimes against vodka, flavoring the spirit with bubble gum, smoked salmon, wedding cake and more. (Not kidding.) For some of us, just the thought of tequila-flavored rum is enough to induce a hangover.

The commercial liquor industry needs an intervention.

That’s not to say flavored liquors are bad. Some — spiced rum, legendary gins — have stood the test of time for very good reason. Pairing your favorite alcohol with the proper flavorings can be a great thing, whether enjoyed in a cocktail or simply savored straight up. Luckily, given all those bottles of “wolf-berry” vodka, we don’t have to rely on what’s in stock at the liquor store. Flavored — rather, infused — spirits are simple to make at home.

The method is deceptively easy. Combine select flavorings in a clean bottle or Mason jar with your alcohol of choice, store the container in a cool, dry place until the flavor has had a chance to infuse, and then strain.

Use fresh herbs and seasonal fruit from your local market. Dried spices, chiles, and even coffee or tea will impart a rich depth of flavor to a favorite liquor. Even “fat-washing” — infusing spirits with butter, bacon or other oils — can be downright magical.

Though there are myriad infusing possibilities, there are some things to keep in mind before experimenting. First, consider the flavor profile of the liquor you plan to infuse. Vodka is mild and will defer to the flavor of almost any infusion. Bourbon, whiskey and dark rum, on the other hand, have more personality and can clash with the wrong pairing. Same with gin, itself a classic infusion defined by notes of juniper and select herbs and spices.

Likewise, quality of alcohol will make a difference. A cheap bottle of liquor will still taste like drain cleaner no matter how much mint you shove in the bottle. At the same time, please don’t infuse that 30-year-old bottle of Scotch with fresh ginger. Stick with midrange quality, which will keep prices down and won’t get your Scottish grandfather rolling in his grave.

As for proof or alcohol percentage, they shouldn’t matter much when infusing. “Spirits generally fall into a relatively small band of 40 to 60% alcohol,” says Josh Williams, coauthor of “Infuse: Oil, Spirit, Water.” “There’s not much difference [in infusing strength or speed] unless you’re using something dramatically higher, like moonshine.”

Though some infusions might take weeks to bear out, others will be ready in as little as a day. A sweetened strawberry-infused vodka will taste like fresh-picked strawberries after just a few days, while some fresh herb infusions can be served after only a few hours.

“Timing is really based on personal preference,” says Williams. “Taste as you go. You’ll know it’s ready when it tastes right.” You shouldn’t need too much encouragement to do that, right?

Williams’ passion for infused liquors began when he and “Infuse” coauthor Eric Prum first infused bourbon with fresh peaches a decade or so ago. The peaches slowly infuse in bourbon over four weeks. It may sound like a long time, but it’s worth it.

As for what to do with the bottle once it’s ready — assuming you haven’t sampled it empty over that month in your closet — you could drink it straight up or make yourself a spiced Old-Fashioned. Consider the whole project part of your own personal farm-to-bar movement.