Pour a ¼ Cup of Strawberry Purée into the bottom of each of your glasses. Set Aside
Place your ice in the blender
Add the lemon vodka to the blender and then the lemonade
Secure lid and blend on high until smooth.
Pour blended mixture right into glass on top of strawberry puree. Repeat for other glass as well, evenly distributing it.
Cut a small slit in each strawberry at the bottom so that it will right on the top edge of the glass. Dip each strawberry into granulated sugar. Place one strawberry on the edge of each glass, add a straw, and enjoy.
Nutritional Information listed below is for 2 servings. Please know that there is no shame in making this dish a 1-serving situation or a 20-serving situation. Nutritional information for the entire dish is as follows, and you are more than welcome to break it down as you see fit.Entire dish - kcal: 481 F: 1 C: 100 P: 3If Lemonade mixture is too thin for your liking add more ice, if you would like it thinner add more lemonade.For an extra kick you can add a splash of Strawberry Vodka to each each glass before pouring in your Lemonade mixture.You can also garnish each drink with a lemon wedge.If you have any leftover in the blender you can easily store it in the freezer for an hour or so without it freezing solid. If it does get too hard just allow it to sit for 20-30 minutes or until slushy before serving. Since my whole blender doesn’t fit into my freezer, I like to pour it into a ziploc bag and store it that way.I used a Strawberry Purée I found at the grocery store, but you can also use Non-Alcoholic Strawberry Daiquiri or Strawberry Margarita Mix because it’s very thick like the purée, easy to find at grocery or liquor stores, and will work perfectly! Or you can make your own purée by placing strawberries in the food processor and blending until smooth, add a ½ teaspoon of honey or sugar for sweetener to balance out the sourness of the berry if desired.