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Raspberry Lemonade Slushy

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You asked for it.
 
The most simple, yet refreshing slushy you’ll ever make.  
(My sister shared this simple recipe with me a few years ago.  Here’s to you April……..{{clink}}……I love this drink!)
  
I mentioned making a raspberry lemonade slushy after the post sharing the newly organized tutorial buttons and tabs, here.  
  
I was tired.  
 
I needed a little pick-me-up.  
 
And I guess many of you wanted to share that same refreshing treat with me.  
(Wish you could come over…)
 
I love seeing these two fruits together.  
The colors are so vibrant and so rich.  Love them.  
 
 
And it’s crazy how blending such a delicate sweet with such a powerful sour, creates the perfect combination.  
  
And ahhhh, you will want to drink glass, after glass, after glass…
 
It’s really the perfect summer treat.  
 
Okay, and any-time-of-year treat.  
Who needs the sun to drink this stuff…
 
 
Want to blend up a glass for yourself?
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 Here are the 3 ingredients:
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Simply Lemonade brand lemonade (real lemon juice, not from concentrate, seriously delicious), frozen unsweetened raspberries, and ice.  Okay, and a little sugar if desired.  
 
Blend up some of the juice with the ice.  There’s no science to it, just add enough ice to make it a bit slushy.
 
Then add some frozen raspberries.
 
Blend that all up again.
 
 
Add some sugar.  
 
Enough to bring the sweetness back up but it doesn’t need to be overpoweringly sweet.  Make sense?
 
Then pour and serve.  Your friends and family will love you.
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And how about some mini glasses for the little ones.
 
They will slurp it right up.  Yum.
 
 But really, the summer will be gone soon.  
 
So, go and enjoy the sun while you can.  
  
Ahhhhhhh……..
 
 
 
 

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Raspberry Lemonade Slushy
 
  • Simply Lemonade brand lemonade (real lemon juice, not from concentrate, seriously delicious)
  • Frozen unsweetened raspberries
  • Ice
  • A little sugar if desired
 
Blend up some of the juice with the ice.  There’s no science to it, just add enough ice to make it a bit slushy. Then blend in some frozen raspberries. Add some sugar. Enough to bring the sweetness back up but it doesn’t need to be overpoweringly sweet. Then pour and serve.

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Ashley Johnston

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Ashley Johnston is a professional DIY costume maker, sewist, crafter, and owner of Make It & Love It. She is a mom of 5 and a wife to a very patient (with the craft clutter) husband. In case you’re wondering, she always chooses crafting/sewing/designing over mopping/dusting/wiping base boards……but bathrooms/laundry/full bellies are always attended to. Whew!

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