These Easy Frozen Slushies are a fun summer treat that can be made in minutes.
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As a full-time blogger, my summer days are often spent outside by the pool. Most of the time, I’m on my laptop writing blog posts or updating social media while my son swims. But sometimes, I have to hop in the water too cool off.
My favorite way to relax is to float around with a cold drink. These easy frozen slushies are a favorite summer treat at our house.
This recipe is super easy and uses only 4 ingredients – two of which are ice and water!
There are so many flavors you can enjoy by using this recipe. The possibilities are endless. You can even make adult versions by adding your favorite alcohol.
When I’m in the pool, I like to have a comfortable float. I look for one that has good back support, a head rest and, of course, a drink holder! The SwimWays Spring Float Recliner is the perfect pool float!
With all the hard work we put in year-round, from taking care of the kids to deadlines at work, why settle for a poorly-made, unsupportive float that sticks to our legs and won’t last the season?
The SwimWays Spring Float Recliner, a luxury fabric-covered inflatable float designed to make downtime at the pool ultra comfortable,features a sit-up style, backrest, headrest, ottoman, and the always necessary – beverage holder!
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This is the perfect way to enjoy hot summer days! You can find the float at Walmart.
Easy Frozen Slushies Recipe
Easy Frozen Slushies
- 1 oz package of unsweetened Kool Aid drink mix - 0.15
- 2/3 cup sugar
- 2 cups water
- 5 cups ice
- Place all ingredients in the blender.
- Blend to desired consistency.
- Serve immediately.
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