Midori Colada

I guess I’m sort of on a “colada” roll this week.

And after the week I’ve had, I could definitely use one of these today. Except I’m now out of Midori, so I can’t make any more until I get to the store…and, at the rate I’m going, I probably can’t get there for another few days. So make one of these for me, would ya?

I wish I had a better picture to show you. But the reality of it is, when I went to take this picture, my camera shut down, thumbing its nose at me and telling me to “change the batteries.”

Except I couldn’t find any.

And, since it was a fairly warm day, my icy drink was melting at an alarming rate. Frantic, I took batteries out of every remote in the house, until I finally found a combination with enough juice to power up the camera for long enough to take one picture.

And then I drank this, ’cause by that time, I kinda needed it.

At which point, the Tall Boy returned home to tell me that he had a stock pile of double A batteries hidden in some super special top secret location I knew nothing about.  Seriously?  Who hides batteries?  Apparently, my husband.  Although it wasn’t so much “hiding” the batteries as it was “remembering” that he tossed some aside instead of putting them away.

You’d think that after nearly 10 years, I’d be used to his methods of “organizing,” but I’m not.  These midori coladas sure help, though.  =)

Midori Colada
 
Makes two coladas
Ingredients
  • 1 ounce rum
  • 2 ounces Midori
  • 2 ounces cream of coconut (I actually used some of the frozen pina colada mix I had leftover from this salad
  • 4 ounces pineapple juice
  • ice
Method
  1. Blend all ingredients until desired consistency is reached. Best served with a straw. =)

Happy Friday! What are your weekend plans? I’d love to hear!

 

4 Comments

  1. amy @ fearless homemaker

    sounds awesome! husbands are funny about their organization – mine has a hidden stockpile of lightbulbs. ha!

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  2. Terry

    Just heard from the lady preparing our taxes – I could use a coupe of these right now. Pinning this.

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  3. Hayley

    OMG you’re my best friend, you know that, right?! This looks to die for. So frosty and green and sweet. I have a new bottle of Midori so I’d be PLEASED to share with you–only if we could use fancy, swirly straws 🙂
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  4. LAUREN DILLON

    I MUST BE DREAMING , BUT I SWEAR THAT PRETTY LITTLE GREEN COCKTAIL MUST BE GLOWING !!!! I HAVE BEEN THINKING ABOUT THIS COCKTAIL ALL WEEK LONG, AND THE OTHER VARIATION, THE CHAMBORD COLADA, MADE USING THE FRENCH CHAMBORD BLACK RASPBERRY LIQUER . MY FAVORITE !! I REALLY LOVE THAT PHOTO YOU TOOK !!! IT INSTANTLY MADE ME THINK OF IRELAND AND ST. PATTYS DAY . GREAT PHOTOGRAPHY !!!!

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