Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is a great healthy alternative to the ones you buy at the store!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Process all ingredients in blender until smooth.


Most Helpful

Not quite a drink, not quite a sorbet, not like the slushies at the 7-11. Eat it immediately with a spoon, or let it sit and melt a bit and drink for a frosty cool libation. I lucked into half a flat of tiny, perfectly ripe strawberries from a roadside fruit stand. Perfect that afternoon, not going to keep till the next morning. This used up the last of the box. What a midnight snack! I had about a cup and a half of berries to use up. It came out a little thicker than the recipie, but DELICIOUS!

Countrywife September 13, 2003

Sounds good - I make a similar one with club soda, frozen strawberries and splenda, and then don't need to add the ice. It works great. I'm going to try adding the lime to mine next time - great addition.

touchdown6 April 19, 2006

This is soooooo cool and refreshing. I cut back on the honey and probably used more strawberries than called for. The only thing I would do different is add less ice and crush it a little more before starting the blending. Made this in my Vita-Mix...on, high and done! Thanks!

PaulaG May 18, 2005

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