17 Ways To Sneak Booze Onto The Beach
Time to have real fun in the sun. (Via Spoon University.)
1. Alcohol-Infused Gummy Bears
Worth all that stickiness. Get the recipe here.
2. Sunscreen Flask
So sneaky. Add it to your beach bag here.
3. Watermelon Tequila Wedges
Spitting out the seeds is only half the fun. Get the recipe here.
4. Bourbon Cherries
A perfect summer fruit marinated in booze. Learn how to make them here.
5. Camera Flask
6. Strawberry Margarita Popsicles
Easy to make, and the perfect size to stick in your cooler. Get the recipe here.
7. Can Covers
If it looks like soda, it must taste like soda. Right? Learn how to make one here.
8. Citrus Peel Jello Shots
The classic jello shot, revamped. Get the recipe here.
9. Gin & Tonic Cupcakes
Start your baking here.
10. Flip Flop Flask
This flip flop is not what it seems.
11. Frozen Piña Coladas
Check out this boozy confection here.
12. Spiked Chocolate-Covered Strawberries
The berries house the alcohol surreptitiously injected inside, coated with chocolate, to produce a mouthwatering combination for your perfect beach day. Get the recipe here.
13. The Hopsicle
Stick a popsicle on your frozen beer can and slap one of your can covers over to create an alcoholic push pop. Learn more here.
14. Spray Bottles
Pour your favorite drink in these colorful bottles and spray it, yup, directly into your mouth. You can buy them here.
15. Drunken Melon Balls
Scoop out your melon balls and and soak ‘em in some vodka and triple sec. The perfect snack for the perfect beach day. Get the recipe here.
16. Boozy Cake Pops
Put some bubbly in these miniature delicacies. Get the recipe here.
17. Mojito Ice Cubes
You’re thinking, “but alcohol doesn’t freeze!” Use a stainless steel ice cube tray, rum and lots of mint. These will take a while to freeze but are so worth it. Add them to club soda with lime juice, sugar and boom. You have yourself a sneaky mojito. Get the steps here.
Spoon University is an online food publication a for college students by college students. Its blogging network has more than 900 student contributors at 35 campuses nationwide. This post by Alison Sprong originally appeared on Spoon University Delaware.