We were pummeled here in Aruba with continued rain. Not loving it, at all, but we’re staying upbeat about it because there are parts of sun each day.
A couple evenings ago when it wasn’t raining, we walked over to the Radisson Hotel for their 2-for-1 Happy Hour at their beach bar.
Scott and I got a pair of Sex on the Beaches for $12 bucks. Not super cheap, but better than $24!
Good, but not the best drink ever. That’s what happens when they use well liquor, i.e. the cheap crap.
On our way out, Skylar wanted to check out the parrots and birdsthey have on the property
Remember when we went out for drinksthe other night last week?
Well, drinking out is expensive. A round of drinks for Scott and I with tax and tip is nearly 20 bucks (or more!) per round. 10 bucks a drink. And although I am a lightweight in the boozehound department these days, I am cheap not made of money.
So I decided to get smart and buy some vodka and peach schnapps so I could make my own Sex on the Beachdrinks
There are a million recipes on the internet for how to make shots, Sex on the Beach shot and drinks, and other drinks. In an effort to not spend a small fortune on extracts, juices, and specialty liquors, etc. I kept this recipe basic since whatever we don’t use in the next 2 weeks is being thrown out, sadly.
Sex on the Beach Shots
2 oz Vodka
1.5 oz Peach Schnapps
4 oz Fruit Punch (or 2 oz of Orange Juice, 2 oz of Cranberry)
Add ice cubes and shake to blend
Yields 2 healthy sized shots
You can use a fancy stainless steel drink mixer/strainer setup of you have one. But most of us have a coffee or water reusable bottle. Just use your coffee-go-cup and open the nozzle and pour our the shots into two glasses.
Feeling like you want more shots in your life? Buttery Nipple Shots, baby!
Glad you liked my recipe yesterday! The GF Peanut Butter Marshmallow Bars with Vegan Chocolate Frosting
This fudge is super rich, too. I forgot to mention this one yesterday and it’s a No Bake, 5 Minute Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
Do you have a favorite drink or shot recipe?