I tried the vodka (it's like liquid frosting, no lie), and let it chill in the freezer while I attempted to find my blender. Remember how I told you about my Crockpot being banished to the deepest, darkest corner of my under-the-counter storage? Well, the only thing behind it was the blender. I just don't blend things! I drink margaritas on the rocks! I buy creamy soups in cans! I don't know what else you do with a blender!
So I got out the blender. It was so far back there, it would have been easier to just have Narnia mail it to me.
I told my husband "try this vodka, and we have frozen strawberries! and I'm going to throw some stuff in the blender and it'll kinda be like chocolate-strawberry daiquiris, but maybe not, because I think daiquiris are a tequila based drink? Whatever, it has chocolate AND strawberries."
To which he replied "...we have a blender?" I declared "Funnay!" in my best Fozzie Bear voice and started to put things in the mysterious blending contraption.
Honestly, I had sampled quite a bit of the chocolate vodka by this point (just because I PUT it in the freezer doesn't mean it STAYED there), and the husband was being a laugh riot, so the only thing I measured was the vodka (hilariously).
4 oz vodka (this is for 2 drinks, as pictured)
1 pint frozen strawberries (I had 2 pints, and used half my strawberries)
2ish oz of agave syrup (you can also use simple syrup. I also wished I had used a bit more)
some dashes of lime juice (prevents scurvy)
a small handful of ice (I like that it breaks up the drink and introduces some water, but it's definitely not necessary with frozen strawberries)
As you can see from the photo, what resulted was not so much a drink, but a thick sorbet-like dessert that we had to eat with spoons and which was pretty tasty and refreshing. Of course, you may find it even better if you don't have to go on a recon mission to get to your blender.