Strawberry Lava Flow #SundaySupper

The combination of flavors in this Strawberry Lava Flow is as tropical as it can get. 

The combination of flavors in this Strawberry Lava Flow drink are as tropical as it can getIt’s about time.  For the past several years the hubby and I have been talking about another tropical vacation.  I say, it’s about time.  We finally booked a trip to the Hawaiian islands. Now I have something to look forward to.  The “cocktail at the end of the tunnel” so to speak.

The combination of flavors in this Strawberry Lava Flow drink are as tropical as it can getI mentioned the other day how I am a fair weather friend.  I have always been somewhat of a sun worshiper.  Lounging on the beach, with a cocktail made of all those wonderful tropical flavors.  Coconut, pineapple, and of course a bit of rum to.

The first time I visited Hawaii I must have tried just about every fancy looking cocktail you can imagine.  Mai Tai’s, Pina Colada’s, and Blue Hawaiians,  But never a lava flow.  Until I made one myself.

The combination of flavors in this Strawberry Lava Flow drink are as tropical as it can getNow who doesn’t love sidling up at a tiki bar, a warm breeze, tropical music playing in the background, no care in the world and a drink in your hand.

Today the Sunday Supper Community is sharing all their favorite tropical dishes and beverages.

I am hosting the event along with Cindy from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings.

The combination of flavors in this Strawberry Lava Flow drink are as tropical as it can get.

Strawberry Lava Flow
Author: Marlene Baird
Prep time:
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Serves: 1
  • 4 ounces frozen strawberries
  • 1 ounce light rum
  • 1 ounce dark rum
  • 2 ounces whipped cream
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons coconut extract
  • 6 ounces pineapple juice
  • ice cubes
  1. To make a coconut cream, I added 1 1/2 teaspoons coconut extract to homemade whipped cream.
  2. Blend the rum, and the strawberries in a blender to form a smooth paste.
  3. Pour this mixture into a glass. Rinse the blender. Blend the coconut cream, and the pineapple juice in blender with crushed ice until smooth.
  4. Pour this mixture into the glass with the rums very slowly and watch as the strawberry mixture oozes its way to the top along the sides of the glass creating the flowing lava effect.

Now sit back, relax and imagine you are on that tropical island and check out all the great recipes from the Sunday Supper Community.

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Strawberry Lava Flow #SundaySupper — 45 Comments

  1. Now this is a fabulous cocktail for a hot summer day! Thanks so much for hosting this event.

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  20. Enjoy your vacation! We went to The Big Island a couple of years ago – if you’re headed that way be sure to stop by my blog and search “Hawaii” for reviews on each district on the island. There’s so much to do, we couldn’t fit it all in!
    Your cocktail is beautiful and definitely makes me think of the islands.

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  22. This was the first drink my husband and I had when we arrived in Hawaii for our honeymoon. I can’t wait to make it for him and take us back to Hawaii.

  23. I remember my first lava flow. It was in Hawaii, and seeing your drink and the recipe brought back some great memories. I love how food and drink does that! Great looking drink!

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