Frozen Orange Vodka Creamsicle
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This Frozen Orange Vodka Creamsicle drink recipe is a delicious, frothy, and frozen alcoholic orange creamsicle- blended to perfection with only 5 ingredients! This creamy cocktail is always a crowd pleaser at parties and BBQs!
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The frozen Orange Creamsicle drink of your dreams!
As a kid- I was always really into fruity/creamy frozen delights; like strawberry eclairs, rainbow sherbet, and of course- Orange Creamsicles.
As an adult- I still enjoy those things very much (perhaps too much?). But I also very much enjoy finding ways to incorporate booze into them. And behold, the frozen orange creamsicle drink was born.
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This Frozen Orange Vodka Creamsicle is as nostalgic as it is easy. It only requires 5 simple ingredients, and a few minutes of your time (aside from waiting for the orange juice to freeze). Just a few pulses of the blender, and you’ll be sipping on a deliciously creamy, fruity, and frozen alcoholic orange creamsicle.
Making the Creamy Cocktail
To make this frozen alcoholic orange creamsicle, you will need:
- Orange juice– pulp or no pulp: we’re gonna pulverize it anyway.
- An ice cube tray, for freezing said juice.
- A can of sweetened condensed milk, for that rich, sugary goodness.
- Milk. I like to use sweetened vanilla almond milk for this, but use whatever you like.
- Some good vodka ( I love Stateside Vodka– Philly represent!).
- A fresh orange, for finishing the drink, and garnishing it.
Yes- I know there are 6 bullets up there. But we’re not drinking the ice cube tray, so there!
What goes into the Orange Creamsicle drink recipe?
- Frozen orange juice. Just fill up an ice cube tray prior to making the drink for easy frozen juice!
- A can of sweetened condensed milk.
- Sweetened vanilla almond milk, half and half, or whole milk.
- Plain vodka. If you like, whipped or vanilla vodka would also work well!
- Fresh orange slices, to make the drinks pretty!
How to make a creamsicle drink
To make this frosty beverage, all you need to do is throw the orange juice ice cubes, sweetened condensed milk, almond milk (or milk of your choice), and vodka into your blender. Pulse until frothy and well combined. Then divide among 2 cocktail glasses, squeeze a bit of fresh orange juice on top, garnish and serve!
When and where should I serve these alcoholic orange creamsicles?
I mean, aside from “everywhere” -these frosty delights are best enjoyed where fun in the sun is had. Cheers your bestie on the pool deck, or take one into the hammock with you for your summer afternoon read. Serve ’em up at your next BBQ, and you’ll have some VERY happy guests.
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Frozen Orange Vodka Creamsicle
- 2 cups orange juice, frozen in an ice cube tray
- 1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 1 cup milk , you can also use non dairy milk. Freeze milk for an extra thick drink!
- 1/2 cup (4 oz) plain vodka
- fresh orange, for garnish and finishing/topping the drink
- Do in advance: Pour orange juice into ice cube tray and freeze until solid. If freezing milk, do this at the same time. 2. Once orange juice is frozen, add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Pour evenly into 2 glasses. 3. Top each drink with a squeeze of fresh orange juice from a wedge ( i like to use about 1 tsp worth of fresh juice on top), and garnish with a sliced wedge of orange. Makes 2 cocktails.
In place of sweetened vanilla almond milk, you could use any milk you like, dairy or non dairy. If you like a less sugary cocktail, opt for unsweetened milk.
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