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Strawberry Mojito Shotsicles

Strawberry Mojito Shotsicles


These frozen shot glasses are made from strawberry mojito cocktails, and they hold a shot of rum!MORE+LESS-

5

cups hulled strawberries

3

tablespoons mint leaves

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  • 1

    Place the strawberries, lime juice and mint in a food processor. Blend until smooth.

  • 2

    Pour the strawberry mix into ice shot glass molds and place them in the freezer for 3 to 4 hours, or until frozen.

  • 3

    Pop each frozen shot glass out of the mold, fill with a shot of white rum and serve immediately.

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  • You're holding a frozen shot glass. Game on, SUMMER.Sure, sure, sure, total novelty drink, but you guys, it's summer.Did you like all those commas in that last sentence? Me too.So this is fun. You make a yummy strawberry mojito mix, freeze it in some fun ice shot glass molds, pop them out of the mold, pour some white rum into each drink and CLA-LINK. But drink fast, cuz that mess is cold.Little tip on the filling the molds: make sure to pour as even as you can on the tops, because once frozen, those are the bottoms of the ice shot glasses, and they may tilt and wobble on ya.Once frozen, fill her up! I used white rum for these, to be authentic with the whole mojito vibe.So good. So refreshing! So mojito-y. Bottoms up!

Strawberry Mojito Recipe

There&rsquos no simple syrup, and it&rsquos delicious. You won&rsquot miss the annoying step of making one. Promise. (And be sure to check out the strawberry old fashioned recipe for another no-fuss fruit cocktail.)

Let&rsquos not overcomplicate things here. It&rsquos time to mix.


Strawberry Mojito

What’s better than a mojito? A strawberry mojito! This fruity rendition of the classic is as colorful as it is refreshing.

  • 2 oz Distiller’s Cut Rum
  • ¾ oz fresh lime juice
  • 1 oz strawberry syrup (recipe below)
  • 8-10 mint leaves
  • soda water
  • 1 strawberry or mint sprig for garnish

Gently muddle the mint in simple syrup. Add rum and lime juice. If you like, toss in the spent lime half for extra flavor and color. Fill to the top with ice and shake. Add soda to the tin and pour the contents into a tall glass. Garnish with a strawberry or mint.

Rinse strawberries, cut off the tops, and cut into quarters. In a medium saucepan, bring strawberries and water to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Skim off any foam that forms. Remove from heat and strain through a fine mesh strainer. Though tempting, do not press on the strawberries as this will result in a cloudy syrup. In a clean pot on low heat, add sugar to the strawberry liquid and stir until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and let cool. Pour into an airtight container, straining a second time if necessary. Label and date your syrup— it will keep in the refrigerator for three weeks.


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Strawberry Mojitos

My husband and I were on a short vacation in Vegas recently. We pretty much just sat by the pool all day long and sipped the resort’s Strawberry Mojitos. I immediately noted that we needed to make them at home!

The mojitos at the resort weren’t heavy on strawberry flavor. We’ve made quite a few cocktails with Jarritos brand sodas before… so I was happy to find that they have a strawberry flavored soda! You should be able to find this type of soda in the Latin aisle of your regular grocery store. If not, you can certainly use club soda… it just won’t have as strong of a strawberry flavor. And that’s okay… these will still be good with club soda too.

A good bout of muddling of fresh strawberries and mint really brings out the flavors you want in this cocktail. They’re perfect for summer Happy Hours! This is a great tasting fruit-flavored mojito recipe. Enjoy!


How to Make a Strawberry Mojito

Let's make this simple cocktail! The recipe is sized for one drink. If you're serving a crowd though, you could easily multiply the ingredients and make the recipe in a pitcher.

You'll need one medium lime to get started. You&rsquoll only use half, which means you can make a drink for a friend, too.

Cut the lime into eight wedges, then squeeze four of those wedges into your highball (or Collins glass). Drop the wedges into your glass, then add three large, juicy strawberries (quartered), three level bar spoons of sugar, and one ounce of club soda.

Grab your muddler, then press and twist it into these ingredients a few times. The strawberries should be mashed, but there will still be some chunks . no need to pulverize anything! You&rsquore simply trying to extract the juice and combine the ingredients.

Tips: if you'd prefer a smoother drink, you can puree the strawberries (instead of mashing them). If you do that, add the puree along with the rum and club soda later. Also, this drink isn&rsquot super sweet. Add additional sugar if you prefer your Mojitos on the sweeter side.

The mint is next, and I love the unique technique this recipe has for adding it.

If you've made a Mojito before, you know that most recipes call for muddling the mint with the lime and other ingredients. The problem with muddling the mint is that your drink can end up tasting bitter. Not to mention, you'll probably get a million little mint pieces stuck in your teeth, which is never cute.

The staff at Bacardí showed us a really cool technique for adding the mint . it&rsquos so simple and clever! Simply stack the leaves in your palm (you'll need 12 small to medium leaves). Then, smack the leaves with your other hand about five to six time, or until they&rsquore fragrant.

You'll know the mint is ready when you can smell the wonderful mint fragrance. Rub the leaves over the rim of your glass, then drop them into your drink.

This recipe calls for two ounces white rum, and you're going to add it next.

After you&rsquove added the rum, fill your glass with ice.

Once you'll filled the glass with ice, top off your drink with club soda.

Grab your bar spoon and vigorously stir your drink. You&rsquoll know it&rsquos done when it turns a bright red color and looks slightly cloudy.

During our class, the instructor recommended sticking the bar spoon into the drink, then rolling the spoon between your hands to stir the drink &hellip as if you were building a fire.

Give it a try! I find it kind of awkward, but rest assured, whatever stirring method you use will work.

It's time for the best part . time to start sipping that beautiful Strawberry Mint Mojito!

Before serving, I like to garnish this easy cocktail with a sprig of fresh mint and a small strawberry. Cut a little slit in the berry so it fits on the rim.

Now that you know how to make a fresh Strawberry Mojito, summer can begin. Cheers to that!


Strawberry Mojito Recipe

There&rsquos no simple syrup, and it&rsquos delicious. You won&rsquot miss the annoying step of making one. Promise. (And be sure to check out the strawberry old fashioned recipe for another no-fuss fruit cocktail.)

Let&rsquos not overcomplicate things here. It&rsquos time to mix.


Strawberry Mojito

What’s better than a mojito? A strawberry mojito! This fruity rendition of the classic is as colorful as it is refreshing.

  • 2 oz Distiller’s Cut Rum
  • ¾ oz fresh lime juice
  • 1 oz strawberry syrup (recipe below)
  • 8-10 mint leaves
  • soda water
  • 1 strawberry or mint sprig for garnish

Gently muddle the mint in simple syrup. Add rum and lime juice. If you like, toss in the spent lime half for extra flavor and color. Fill to the top with ice and shake. Add soda to the tin and pour the contents into a tall glass. Garnish with a strawberry or mint.

Rinse strawberries, cut off the tops, and cut into quarters. In a medium saucepan, bring strawberries and water to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Skim off any foam that forms. Remove from heat and strain through a fine mesh strainer. Though tempting, do not press on the strawberries as this will result in a cloudy syrup. In a clean pot on low heat, add sugar to the strawberry liquid and stir until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and let cool. Pour into an airtight container, straining a second time if necessary. Label and date your syrup— it will keep in the refrigerator for three weeks.


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A berry delicious version of a mojito! Daily’s Raspberry Mojito recipe combines the sun-kissed flavor of raspberries with classic lime and mint….

Can’t make it to the Derby in person? Make a Kentucky Mojito with Daily’s Cocktail Mixers and enjoy southern-inspired flavors in the comfort of your…

Swap your usual mojito for a delicious Golden Mojito. This drink features a slightly bolder taste thanks to dark rum, but is still as crisp…

Sip if you dare! This Desert Sun cocktail gets its kick from wasabi powder and rum mixed with Daily’s Mojito Mix….

A refreshing burst of flavor! Daily’s Watermelon Mojito recipe is the perfect cocktail to enjoy on warm afternoons or whenever you want a taste of…

If summer had a flavor, Strawberry Basil Bourbon Smash would likely be it. Daily’s Mixers add perfectly blended flavor to this fresh cocktail….

No muddling needed to make a refreshing Mojito! Daily’s Mojito Mix makes it super easy to craft bartender-quality cocktails at home….

Light and refreshing, Daily’s Mojito Julep is a delicious way to enjoy a warm day! Our recipe combines the best of both classic cocktails….


Strawberry Mojitos

My husband and I were on a short vacation in Vegas recently. We pretty much just sat by the pool all day long and sipped the resort’s Strawberry Mojitos. I immediately noted that we needed to make them at home!

The mojitos at the resort weren’t heavy on strawberry flavor. We’ve made quite a few cocktails with Jarritos brand sodas before… so I was happy to find that they have a strawberry flavored soda! You should be able to find this type of soda in the Latin aisle of your regular grocery store. If not, you can certainly use club soda… it just won’t have as strong of a strawberry flavor. And that’s okay… these will still be good with club soda too.

A good bout of muddling of fresh strawberries and mint really brings out the flavors you want in this cocktail. They’re perfect for summer Happy Hours! This is a great tasting fruit-flavored mojito recipe. Enjoy!


How to Make a Strawberry Mojito

Let's make this simple cocktail! The recipe is sized for one drink. If you're serving a crowd though, you could easily multiply the ingredients and make the recipe in a pitcher.

You'll need one medium lime to get started. You&rsquoll only use half, which means you can make a drink for a friend, too.

Cut the lime into eight wedges, then squeeze four of those wedges into your highball (or Collins glass). Drop the wedges into your glass, then add three large, juicy strawberries (quartered), three level bar spoons of sugar, and one ounce of club soda.

Grab your muddler, then press and twist it into these ingredients a few times. The strawberries should be mashed, but there will still be some chunks . no need to pulverize anything! You&rsquore simply trying to extract the juice and combine the ingredients.

Tips: if you'd prefer a smoother drink, you can puree the strawberries (instead of mashing them). If you do that, add the puree along with the rum and club soda later. Also, this drink isn&rsquot super sweet. Add additional sugar if you prefer your Mojitos on the sweeter side.

The mint is next, and I love the unique technique this recipe has for adding it.

If you've made a Mojito before, you know that most recipes call for muddling the mint with the lime and other ingredients. The problem with muddling the mint is that your drink can end up tasting bitter. Not to mention, you'll probably get a million little mint pieces stuck in your teeth, which is never cute.

The staff at Bacardí showed us a really cool technique for adding the mint . it&rsquos so simple and clever! Simply stack the leaves in your palm (you'll need 12 small to medium leaves). Then, smack the leaves with your other hand about five to six time, or until they&rsquore fragrant.

You'll know the mint is ready when you can smell the wonderful mint fragrance. Rub the leaves over the rim of your glass, then drop them into your drink.

This recipe calls for two ounces white rum, and you're going to add it next.

After you&rsquove added the rum, fill your glass with ice.

Once you'll filled the glass with ice, top off your drink with club soda.

Grab your bar spoon and vigorously stir your drink. You&rsquoll know it&rsquos done when it turns a bright red color and looks slightly cloudy.

During our class, the instructor recommended sticking the bar spoon into the drink, then rolling the spoon between your hands to stir the drink &hellip as if you were building a fire.

Give it a try! I find it kind of awkward, but rest assured, whatever stirring method you use will work.

It's time for the best part . time to start sipping that beautiful Strawberry Mint Mojito!

Before serving, I like to garnish this easy cocktail with a sprig of fresh mint and a small strawberry. Cut a little slit in the berry so it fits on the rim.

Now that you know how to make a fresh Strawberry Mojito, summer can begin. Cheers to that!