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Pina Colada made with vanilla ice cream?

Posted by Lor_CA (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 10, 01 at 21:25

Does anyone have this recipe? Thanks.

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RE: Pina Colada made with vanilla ice cream?

From This is called a Florida Pina Colada

3 oz Pineapple juice
2 scoops vanilla Ice-cream
3/4 oz Coconut rum
3/4 oz Dark rum
2 splashes Orange juice
3/4 oz Cream
2 Ice cubes
Mixing instructions:
Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend 1 minute or until smooth. Serve immediately.

Creator/contributor's comments:
A typical pina colada with the addition of orange juice for a fresh taste variation.

RE: Pina Colada made with vanilla ice cream?

Vanilla Ice Cream is a necessary! Fat Free Vanilla Ice Cream or Fat Free Frozen Vanilla Yogurt also works extremely well.

TGIF Pina Colada or The Club Pina Colada
Vanilla Ice Cream

Half to three-quarters ice in blender. Add Pina Colada, Bacardi (optional) and Kahlua (optional). Blend until smooth. Add ice cream; blend until drinkable.

No additional liquor is needed, but I usually add a tall shot of Bacardi and a splash of Kahlua (Houlihan's did this). Everyone loves them. I wish I had the time and energy to combine all of ingredients from scratch!

You can also make a Chi Chi from scratch using the first posts ingredients (no OJ), but use vodka instead of rum; also delicious...

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