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Skip and Go Naked Recipe #SundaySupper

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Have you ever had a Skip and Go Naked? This sweet lemony drink is seriously refreshing and the perfect poolside or lakeside (just make that waterside) libation.

I love this drink for a few reasons – first, just look at how fun it is. Seriously? Have you ever seen something so pink and frothy? Totally appealing! Second – three ingredients. Well four, if you count the ice. That’s it though. Just three ingredients and a blender of ice and you will have this sweet and slushy drink ready to sip away. The third bit of greatness? That would be it’s a cocktail! Perfect for your next waterside party. Time to party on…

I’m not even going to tell you the first time that I sipped one of these lemony sweet drinks, but I will tell you that I have enjoyed many of these sitting by the pool overlooking Lake Tahoe summer after summer.  Like I said – it is the perfect waterside cocktail.

OK, sitting by water is not reeeally required. It is just such a refreshing cocktail that it is an excellent drink for a hot day. They are perfect for those hot and lazy days were you are enjoying the sun and the only item on your to-do list is to enjoy. Think of that icy cold lemonade you enjoyed as a kid after racing your bicycle through the neighborhood. This is a grown-up version of that thirst quenching lemonade that goes down so smooth and easy that you do not even realize that the glass has been emptied.

Just remember – these are called Skip and Go Naked for a reason 🙂 Yes, they are strong and they go down oh-so easy.

Skip and Go Naked Recipe

Makes two blenders full

Skip and Go Naked Recipe


  • 1 can frozen Raspberry Lemonade (Pink Lemonade works just as well – I just prefer the raspberry version)
  • 1 bottle of light beer
  • 1/2 to 1 full can (using the frozen lemonade can) of vodka
  • Ice to blend


  1. Blend together frozen lemonade concentrate, beer, and vodka.
  2. Pour half of drink mix into a separate pitcher.
  3. Add ice to the remaining drink mix in the blender and blend until frothy.  
  4. Serve. Garnishing with fruit slices, mini umbrellas, fresh raspberries, plastic flamingos, fun straws etc. is totally optional, but I highly recommend it!
  5. Make a second batch with the remaining mix. Just return remaining mix to blender, fill with ice, and blend. You now have a second batch to share with your friends.

Important to note – This drink is completely adaptable. I use 1/2 can of vodka, but I have friends that use a whole can. I also have friends that make only one blender’s worth of drinks with these ingredients. That is a bit too sweet for me. So try it out and get the right combination of ice and vodka for you.

I can promise you one thing – If you show up at the pool with a blender of Skip and Go Nakeds – you will have friends lining up to get their fill! Making that second batch ready to blend a good thing, they go down fast and easy. Just like a summer cocktail should!

My Sunday Supper friends are enjoying the warm summer weather all across this beautiful country of ours, and they are here today to share some of their favorite simple mixed drinks for a refreshing summer. I know there are quite a few drinks on the list below that I must try! Seriously. Must. Try.

Here are some of the best summer drink recipes around – recipes for Classics with a Twist, Mocktails, Simply Different, Tasty and Tropical, and Very Vino. There are so many fun and delicious ways to party this summer. Check them out. Thank you to Christie of A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventure and Cricket of Cricket’s Confections for hosting this event!

Simple Mixed Drinks for a Refreshing Summer

Sunday Supper Simple Mixed Drink Recipes

Classics with a Twist

Make Mine a Mocktail

Simply Different

Tasty and Tropical

Very Vino

For even more inspiration check out these Simple Mixed Drinks for a Refreshing Summer by Sunday Supper Movement
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Have you ever had a Skip and Go Naked? This sweet lemony drink is seriously refreshing and the perfect summer cocktail! Enjoy one sitting by the pool.

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  3. I love the foam on here! So cool!

  4. Hah….I want to serve these up just because I love the name.

    1. Stacey says:

      It is a fun drink for sure!

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  6. Wow – so pretty! And I LOVE the name.

    1. Stacey says:

      Some people actually call them a Hop, Skip, and Go Naked – but I’ve always gone with the shorter version. 🙂

  7. Ha, ha. Best drink name ever! Looks super refreshing too.

    1. Stacey says:

      Absolutely refreshing! And that can get you in trouble as well 🙂

  8. Poolside fun for sure! Looks delicious!

    1. Stacey says:

      Thanks! I have a friend that makes up a large jug each year for camping.

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  10. I love how simple and quick this is! And I would definitely choose the raspberry lemonade, too. So refreshing.

    1. Stacey says:

      Quick and easy is one of its beauties for sure!

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  12. LOL, my first taste of these were in high school! We called them “STRIP” and go nakeds—and I’m sure the ingredients we used were subpar, so I need to try your lovely version!

    1. Stacey says:

      Lol! I like the Strip take on this drink. Don’t go too fancy – I tried it once with a yummy craft beer – and the hoppiness of the beer took over.

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