Frozen Fruit Slush

"Wonderful summer treat and perfect when you're entertaining a large group. This comes from the home economist on a local TV news program."
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  • In a large bowl, combine all ingredients.
  • Cover and freeze for at least 8 hours or until firm.
  • Remove from freezer 45 minutes before serving.

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  1. I have the same recipe and it is very refreshing in the summer. I make it easier to serve by putting it into dixie cups and then freezing. This makes individual servings that the kids love!
  2. This stuff is so good! You can keep it in the freezer for awhile to have on hand, too. Everyone I've ever served it to HAS to have the recipe. Great for showers and parties as well.
  3. Wonderful slush recipe. Our guests loved it. One of our new favorite recipes. Thanks for sharing!!!
  4. This was alright, a little too sweet for my taste.
  5. I wanted something fruity and light for a backyard get-together, and this was perfect! I made two versions- one without alcohol (recipe as-is) and then another adult batch with 3/4c light rum and 3/4 c vodka. For both I left out the mandarin oranges and used frozen whole strawberries that we picked and froze a few weeks ago. For the prep work I dumped the fruit into large sealable bags and let the kids squish it all around until it was pretty mushed, and then added the other ingredients and froze it directly in the bags, then just spooned them into pretty glasses for serving. This was so delicious- the alcoholc version was a huge hit. Thanks for posting!


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