Bushwacker Cocktail from Call Me PMc
Good morning and Happy Tuesday! I’m happy to have Paula from Call Me PMc taking over my blog today while I’m in Atlanta for work! Today Paula will be sharing this fabulous Bushwacker Cocktail!
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One of my very favorite cocktail recipes is the Bushwacker. Now, if you live on the Alabama coast, you’re very aware of this ‘adult milkshake’. We vacation either in Destin, FL or Orange Beach, AL each year. This year we stayed in Orange Beach for a week (and enjoyed every second of it!). I even wrote a post reviewing all the restaurants we tried. To be honest, I tried to have a Bushwacker at as many of those restaurants as I could! It’s to Orange Beach what the Hurricane is to New Orleans. So really, it is like a adult milkshake, it has ice cream for heaven’s sake which makes it perfectly acceptable to have for brunch, lunch, snack especially if you’re on vacation!
The restaurant variety of the Bushwacker uses full fat ice cream. I do try to lighten it up when I can and used frozen vanilla yogurt in my recipe. Frankly, I couldn’t tell the difference. You can also leave off the Bacardi 151 topper if you don’t want it strong (but I don’t know why you would!).
I hope you enjoy this fabulous cocktail! Cheers!