Not only are the Deen brothers famous for their good looks and their mama, but they're also famous for concocting this great drink. From their 2007 cookbook, "Tequila and beer make these slushy, orange- and lime-flavored drinks pack a Texas-size punch. They're just the thing on a blazing-hot summer night."
I'm patiently waiting for one of those blazing-hot summer nights to try this!
I found these pudding shots on the TOH board. I've made this many different times and I'm not allowed to attend the annual family reunion weekend without bringing these. I've switched out the irish cream liquor and used raspberry schnapps and cheesecake pudding, lemon schnapps and lemon pudding, rootbeer schnapps and vanilla pudding, plus many other combos. Any flavor combination that you can find a complimentary liquor for will work.
This drink is a favorite of mine when I've had a bad day and just want one good stiff drink to put me in a better mood. I used to make them lots in Portland. I introduced a few people to them during Mardi Gras too. I ALWAYS use Tequila for this drink. It adds just the right zing. Some snobby drinkers insist that the only Long Island "type" drink that should have Tequila in it is in fact a "Long Island". I don't personally agree, but you can leave it out if you want to. Just make sure to add a little more vodka in it's place.
My husband loves Snapple peach tea but prefers me to make this recipe because it containes *no high fructose corn syrup*. It's a sweet tea but the sugar can be altered to individual taste. I posted the recipe as Todd Wilbur wrote it but I added my DH's preferences at the end of the directions(so I wouldn't lose them and have to experiment again!).
I make this in a French Press, but could be made with drip coffee. For hot milk, I use a glass milk-frother. Heat milk in microwave and use plunger to froth lightly. Strain milk into coffee, remove lid, and put some foam on top of coffee.
Posted in response to a request and described as "a rich frozen froth of Absolut Mandrin Vodka, Triple Sec and Ocean Spray® cranberry purée." Since Zaar software won't recognize "part" or "parts" as an amount, I've used "ounce"... but adjust as necessary. Servings is an estimate.