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Slush Recipe
How To Make a Slushie In A Blender

This slush recipe is one of the easiest you’ll find for your blender. Making a slushie is quick and an excellent way to quench your pallet on a hot day.

If you have been asking the question how do I make a slushie in a blender? Then you have come to the right place. The first step in making a slushie is buying the ingredients. There really is not much to buy in the way of ingredients for slushies. Make sure you have plenty of ice and the flavoring of your choice.

There are different flavorings you can buy. You can simply buy your favorite flavor of Kool Aid or you can buy slushie syrup. Many grocery stores now carry different flavors of syrup. Some of the most popular slushie flavors are banana, kiwi, fuzzy peach, pina colada, pineapple, and strawberry. You can also use juice or soda if you like. You will want to be sure to add enough flavoring because once you blend it with the ice it will dilute the flavor some.

You simply add the ice and the mixture to your blender and hit blend. Blend until your slushie is the consistency that you desire. Some people like theirs with chunks of ice while other people prefer a smooth slushie with no ice chunks.



A slushie is a great idea for a hot summer day. If you want to give your children a surprise this will do the trick. While your kids are outside playing on a hot day use this slush recipe to blend up some slushies for them and their friends. This will surely put a smile on their little faces.

Slushies are also great for after dinner desserts. A cool slush is a fantastic way to wash down that great meal and it won’t cost you much to do. You can even make everyone's favorite flavors. Slushies have been around for many years and people have been enjoying them all this time so why stop now? Of the many things you can do with a blender, making a slushie is probably one of the easiest things to do.





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