Randy's Yuckaduck Pitcher

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Total Time
10mins
Prep
10 mins
Cook
0 mins

My friend Randy came up with this drink, and I have no idea why he calls it that. I’ll have to ask him… :) It’s as delicious as it is fun to make and drink! This works really well for having along at a campout, where everybody will be sitting around eating, talking, and drinking in a circle. Use whatever fruit you like, but try to include something like watermelon that releases juice easily.

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Directions

  1. Clean all the fruit, cut the ones in half that are indicated above, and cube the others.
  2. Find a very large pitcher with closeable top - one of those plastic ones like Tupperware are good. If your pitcher top has a strainer opening, that’s even better.
  3. Place the ice cubes in the bottom of the pitcher, then the alcohol and fruit ingredients. Add additional ice cubes or crushed ice to the top, but leave a little room so that the ingredients can move around.
  4. Tightly close the pitcher so that no liquid will escape.
  5. Get all your friends together around the campfire, along with their snacks and drinks. Talk of good times, past, present, and future.
  6. While you do, pass the closed pitcher around. Have everybody shake the Yuckaduck a few times, shake it well! The shaking is fun, and it releases the juices from the fruit and mixes it all together.
  7. When there’s a good amount of juice and alcohol mixed, pour the Yuckaduck and enjoy! You can add more ingredients to keep it going.
  8. Other fruit you can use: raspberries, pineapple, grapes (cut in half), pears, mango, kiwi, etc.