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Peach Lemonade Slush

Lately it’s been so hot outside that I have been craving some really fruity and cold drinks. I love lemonade and love to experiment with a variety of additions to lemonade drinks, adding different types of fresh fruits and blending them together with ice to create an incredibly fun and delicious drink to go with dinner or just on its own as a summertime cooler.

Ohio Peaches | Peach Slush Recipe- My Halal Kitchen

My latest creation involves frozen peaches, but you can add any frozen fruits you think might go well. Skip the ice addition in the recipe if you want a thinner, more liquid drink.

Cropped Peach Lemonade Slush 77-150

Peach Lemonade Slush
Serves 2
What better way to enjoy summer peaches than my drinking them up in this cool summer drink!
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Prep Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
  1. Juice of 6 small lemons, or about ½ cup fresh lemon juice
  2. 1 cup ice cubes
  3. ½ pound frozen sliced peaches
  4. 2 tablespoons organic raw cane sugar
  1. Squeeze fresh lemons, careful to discard all seeds. Add liquid to a blender.
  2. Add the ice cubes, frozen peaches and sugar to the blender. Turn blender on high and on the mode that will crush the ice completely, allowing it to run for about 45 seconds.
  3. Serve in glasses when cold.
  4. If storing, place in the refrigerator (covered) where it should stay fresh for about 1-2 days.
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  1. That looks so good! I need to try this. I noticed that the best ice to use for a really good slush consistency are nugget-shaped ice from a nugget ice machines. I believe that’s the type that Sonic restaurants use.

  2. MashaAllah this actually looks real right!!!!

    I think my daughter and me will make this this weekend InshaAllah

  3. Yvonne! This looks incredible. I think I’m going to make it for my kiddo when he comes home from soccer.

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