Strawberry-Coconut Daiquiri!

As the temperature heats up, Tasty25 is helping you cool off with this delicious Strawberry-Coconut Daiquiri! Sent in by Bekah Little of Tallahassee, FL, this recipe sports a mere 112 calories per serving, and gives you over 70% of your daily suggested Vitamin C! So you can chill out & relax, knowing that with each sip of this refreshing & naturally sweetened fruit-infused beverage, you’re staying healthy! Let us know what you think, snap a few photos for our Editor, and send them to: Happy Cooking!  – Tasty25 Staff



What you need:

2 1/2 Cups chopped fresh strawberries

3 Cups of ice cubes

3 Tbsp. fresh clover honey

2 Tbsp. fresh lime juice

2 Tsp. Coconut extract (*Alcoholic Variation* – 3/4 Cup coconut-flavored rum.)

1/2 Cup crushed pineapple (OPTIONAL; Tasty25 Staff suggestion.)

Directions: (Approximate cook time: 10 minutes; Serving size – 4-6 adults)

  1. Combine strawberries, honey and lime juice together in a blender; Blend until smooth. (Tasty25 Staff Tip: Freeze fresh berries for 30 minutes prior to making this recipe for an even colder & more refreshing drink!)

  2. Add ice cubes & coconut extract (or rum), blending until mix is frothy.

  3. Transfer mixture to pitcher; Serve immediately.

  4. Eat & enjoy!

 Thanks Bekah for sending in this wonderful arrangement to Tasty25 Magazine! What’s your Tasty25 creation? Send in your recipe, and be featured on Tasty25 by going to the “Submit Your Tasty25 Creation” page.

3 thoughts on “Strawberry-Coconut Daiquiri!

  1. it says to combine strawberries sugar and lime juice. Recipe calls for honey not sugar. Is that what you mean by sugar?

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