Mint & Lime Slushies #summer #drinks

Mint & Lime Slushies #summer #drinks

This, my companions, is about at least somewhat invigorating a sweltering summer evening! A super cold slushy made with limes, mint, a pinch of nectar and parts and loads of ice. So easily simple that you truly have no reason not to make one.

These Mint + Lime Slushies are an invigorating evening drink made with limes, mint, a bit of nectar, shining water and parcels and loads of ice. A fit as a fiddle summer drink for the whole family (and a couple of recommendations for drinking it up for the grown-ups!).

Gracious and I absolutely give you authorization to include a little gin or vodka into your bit of the slushy. Boozy summer beverages are pretty much all I consider during the long sweltering evenings when the young ladies are bad tempered from a lot of sun, swimming and summer fun.

It's practically similar to an action for the children. It chills them off while not giving them a chance to get too many cerebrum solidifies. I really prefer to serve these to the young ladies with a long spoon so they need to eat them considerably more gradually, which gives me an additional 5 minutes of sweltering summer harmony. In any case, presented with a spoon or straw, the children LOVE these slushies!

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Mint & Lime Slushies #summer #drinks

A fit as a fiddle summer drink for the whole family (and of course I offer approaches to liquor up the grown-ups rendition.


  • 6 limes, juiced
  • 1/2 cup honey (or sugar)
  • 1/4 cup packed fresh mint leaves
  • 5-6 cups of ice
  • 2 cups (1 16.9 bottle) sparkling water


  1. In a blender, add in all of the ingredients and blend for 30-45 seconds or until the mint is broken down and the ice is broken into small slushy size pieces. I find that I have to either add in a couple more pieces of ice or a little more water to get the right consistency.
  2. Pour into glasses and serve right away.
  3. If your leftovers get too watery, add in some more ice and blend again before serving.

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