African Fruit Slush

"For the World Tour Contest. This is off the Recipegoldmine site. Cook time is freeze time."
photo by PaulaG photo by PaulaG
photo by PaulaG
Ready In:
1hr 25mins




  • Dissolve sugar in hot water and cool.
  • Add all other ingredients, stir well to incorporate, and freeze in a big bowl.
  • Other fruit can be added to the bananas and pineapples such as pears, peaches, strawberries, and/or kiwi.
  • Spoon frozen mixture into a glass and add Sprite, 7-Up, or Ginger Ale.

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  1. PaulaG
    This is a very refreshing drink. Would be excellent for hot summer months. I made half a recipe which produced more than the servings specified. For the sugar, I used Splenda and reduced that by 1/2 cup. This did freeze very firm and required that I mix it in my Vita-Mix with some of the 7-Up. An enjoyable drink for hot weather.
  2. Dreamgoddess
    I made this exactly as written and it was a super hit with the family! We loved the combination of fruits and thought it had just the right amount of sweetness. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
  3. twissis
    I made this last nite so I’d be able to freeze it overnite & indulge myself w/a pick-me-up today. I added fresh strawberries to the fruit mix & used my trusty hand-held blender so the prep was a snap. I eliminated the sugar, ck’d the mix for sweetness & added some Zoetstof (European equivalent of Splenda) to taste. I so enjoyed this today when I combined it w/Diet Fresca. Such a versatile recipe & can be made to please everyone’s personal preferences. The low-cal version I created was so good! Thx for posting!
  4. Kaarin
    Love the combination of fruits in this, and the texture. It does have too much sugar for me though. I served with Sprite; maybe ginger ale would be better? I may even make it with no sugar, since the bananas and pineapple have natural sweeteners. My kids really liked this; it would be a good party punch. Thanks for sharing!



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