Ingredients10 m servings
- In a blender or food processor, place the strawberries, concentrate, water and ice; cover and process until smooth. Pour into a 2-qt. freezer container. Cover and freeze for at least 12 hours or until icy.
- Remove from freezer 1 hour before serving. Just before serving, transfer strawberry mixture to a large bowl; stir in soda.
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It was hot outside and when we came back from playing ( I am 15 , but I still love playing;)).SO , I made this refreshing slush ,filled my glass 3/4 full with the slush and poured 7-up over it.....
This is a great summer slush, and easy!! I couldn't find a 10oz. strawberry, so I used 16oz of strawberries+ 1 can of pink lemonade and then 1.5 cups of ice and 1.5 cups of water! Plus I have a ...
This recipe was amazing! We made this at my daughter's birthday party and it was an instant hit! I will definitely make this again!
My husband and I were looking for refreshing slushes to make since its been so hot outside. I thought this was good however I doubled this recipe and used 24 oz of frozen strawberries froze it. ...
I used the 7-up as someone suggested but gave this 4 stars, because I thought it was too sweet.
Very easy and delicious. I didn't bother freezing it, and it still tasted great and was slushy.
Very good, but a little sweet. Reminds me of the strawberry slush bucket from being a kid. Will make again as a good none alcoholic drink.
Totally NO need for freezing for 12 hours. I don't get that part?? I generally don't like using frozen strawberries (not as great of a taste as fresh), but in January, they are harder to come ...