This Jack Frost Drink is cool and crisp, just like the name implies! This fun, winter cocktail is easy and delicious! A few of these and you will NOT even care if Jack Frost is nipping at your nose!
I love the holidays and ordinarily, this time of year would be bustling. In a normal year, we would be gearing up for the holidays with school performances and holiday dance recitals. There would parties, lots of family to see, zoo light shows and of course, Black Friday shopping. Sadly, we won’t be experiencing most of those this year.
It is depressing. Plus here in Ohio, it gets dark by 6 pm which means by 7 pm I’m considering just calling it a night. I’m in a funk. The best thing to do in a funk is experiment with cocktails! This Jack Frost cocktail recipe is just the pick me up I needed!
What Is In This Jack Frost Drink Recipe?
- Blue Curacao
- Frozen limeade concentrate
To Make This Jack Frost Drink…
Place the vodka, prosecco, Curacao, and the frozen limeade in a blender along with a bunch of ice. Blend until the drink is slushy and combined.
That’s it! Easy, right?
Which Vodka For Cocktails?
- As with many things, this is purely subjective! I love Grey Goose, but it can be pricey. Use what you like and what is in your budget!
- As usual, adjust the quality and quantity of vodka to your liking.
- Jack Frost Drink Substitutions and Suggestions
- This recipe has some variations. You can add a little tropical spin to these Jack Frost drinks by replacing the vodka with coconut rum and adding pineapple juice.
- Make sure you buy/ use the BLUE Curacao, this gives this cocktail flavor and it’s frosty blue color.
- You can also blend in a little cream of coconut into your cocktail.
- You can also make these very festive by dipping the rims of your glasses into a little lime juice and granulated sugar or even finely shredded coconut flakes.
- This cocktail should be served immediately. If left out for too long, the prosecco will go flat.
- The amount of ice you use to blend your drink is up to you. I wanted to make my drink a little on the slushy side, but you certainly keep your cocktail smooth!
- Champagne can be used in place of the Prosecco.
- I love using the limeade, it balanced out the flavors nicely, and using it frozen, gave my cocktail the perfect consistency! Refrigerated limeade or lemonade will work fine in this recipe.
This Jack Frost drink is a refreshing and fun cocktail for the holiday or winter season. It is simple to make and makes a pitcher full if you are up to sharing!
If it is going to be a long winter, I may as well entertain myself with creative cocktails. Perhaps, these cocktails will keep me up past 7 pm?? Just a thought.
I hope this drink becomes a favorite new cocktail!
- 1 cup vodka
- 1 cup prosecco
- ½ cup Blue Curacao
- Frozen limeade concentrate
- Combine all the ingredients in a blender and process until combined and slushy. Adding more ice if necessary.
Nutrition InformationYield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 136Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 3mgCarbohydrates 7gFiber 0gSugar 6gProtein 0g