So I thought it would be fun to round a few up for you. Fill a Collins glass with 1 1/2 cups ice, set aside in the freezer. You'll need a short list of ingredients: gin, lime juice, maple syrup, sod water, and an egg white. Oh and it takes only 5 minutes to make! Or if you prefer sloe gin, we’ve got lots of recipes with that too. Don’t restrict yourself to gin and tonic – as good as that is – we’ve got lots of recipes with gin in; try our gin and tonic cake, gin and lime custard tart, gin and strawberry punch and lots more. Showing 1-12 of 26 recipes. Uh, yum. Recipe … The bold, tart flavours of grapefruit and a savoury hint of salt come together in perfect frozen harmony. A post shared by okontraire (@okontraireblog) on Jul 19, 2017 at 6:07am PDT. This Gin Fizz is perfectly balanced, both sweet and tart, and adding soda water magically creates a frothy egg white foam topping. However, I remembered seeing this recipe for Gin and Tonic Cronuts by Angela at Patisserie Makes Perfect and it got me thinking about other foods that can be made with gin. gently swirl or stir the gin before straining into glass. Aromatic and potent, gin is also versatile, which makes it one of the great spirits for building cocktails. A gin twist on the classic Paloma cocktail, in popsicle form! (We've also got a vegan substitution -- head to the recipe for more!) ABC reports that her majesty’s recipe calls for two parts Dubonnet Rouge and one part Gordon’s gin, stirred and strained into a glass, followed by a slice of lemon and exactly two cubes of ice. Combine Yields 10 3oz popsicles. After a bit of searching and asking for suggestions on social media, it turns out that there’s plenty of fabulous things to make with gin. Gin is a grain-based liquor flavored with botanicals, including juniper berries, which explains both the name (gin comes from the Dutch word for juniper, jenever) and the fact that gin often tastes vaguely of a conifer forest.Here we look at some of the classic gin cocktails. You can make your own, using this recipe. Recipes with gin. My Private Notes It was a particular favorite of her mother, but it’s not the only drink Elizabeth enjoys. Serving suggestion: Garnish with olives, lemon twist or cocktail onion and add rocks if you like. Filter This Page.