(roughly 7 1/2 cups of melon balls)  1 small, seedless watermelon  1 cantaloupe  1 honey dew melon  1 cup pineapple juice  1 cup raspberry vodka (or your favorite fruit flavored vodka)  1/2 cup triple sec

How to Make Boozy Melon Balls

(roughly 7 1/2 cups of melon balls) 1 small, seedless watermelon 1 cantaloupe 1 honey dew melon 1 cup pineapple juice 1 cup raspberry vodka (or your favorite fruit flavored vodka) 1/2 cup triple sec

Alcohol soaked fruit

Alcohol soaked fruit

To help you get in your daily servings ;) Alcohol Soaked Fruit Recipes!

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To help you get in your daily servings ;) Alcohol Soaked Fruit Recipes!

(skewer pineapple and soak in COCONUT rum) An easy appetizer for any party: 3 ways to make boozy fruit kabobs

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Coconut Rum Soaked Pineapple

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Great Adult treat for your 4th or July party. Vodka soaked fruit. I used passion fruit flavored vodka because it had the best flavor. You can also use the left over vodka at the end to make a yummy fruity drink. Enjoy!

Great Adult treat for your 4th or July party. Vodka soaked fruit. I used passion fruit flavored vodka because it had the best flavor. You can also use the left over vodka at the end to make a yummy fruity drink. Enjoy!

We plopped the fruits—pits, stems and all—into five jars filled with five different spirits (vodka, tequila, rum, whiskey and gin) and let them soak. We then tasted them after 36 hours, 72 hours and one week. The little stone fruits soaked up the alcohol way more effectively than expected, yielding little boozy bombs that are not for the faint of heart (or liver).

We plopped the fruits—pits, stems and all—into five jars filled with five different spirits (vodka, tequila, rum, whiskey and gin) and let them soak. We then tasted them after 36 hours, 72 hours and one week. The little stone fruits soaked up the alcohol way more effectively than expected, yielding little boozy bombs that are not for the faint of heart (or liver).

vodka-soaked watermelon aka "Drunken Watermelon"! Ingredients: 1 bottle of Vodka (One 1.14 litre bottle) {really an alcohol} 1 Watermelon (Large) Instructions: Cut a hole into the top of the watermelon. Put the vodka into the hole and let it soak in the watermelon overnight. Cut the top off the watermelon and get ready to be hammered. I'm doing this for 4th of July - festive!!

vodka-soaked watermelon aka "Drunken Watermelon"! Ingredients: 1 bottle of Vodka (One 1.14 litre bottle) {really an alcohol} 1 Watermelon (Large) Instructions: Cut a hole into the top of the watermelon. Put the vodka into the hole and let it soak in the watermelon overnight. Cut the top off the watermelon and get ready to be hammered. I'm doing this for 4th of July - festive!!

Rumtopf (Rum Pot in german) also known as Bachelor's Jam, or Boozy Fruit.  Made with Brandy it's sometimes called Tutti Frutti or Brandied FruiT

Rumtopf (Rum Pot in german) also known as Bachelor's Jam, or Boozy Fruit. Made with Brandy it's sometimes called Tutti Frutti or Brandied FruiT

you have heard of pineapple soaked in rum, but how about dipping it in dark chocolate? take your party to the next level with this decadent treat.

you have heard of pineapple soaked in rum, but how about dipping it in dark chocolate? take your party to the next level with this decadent treat.

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