Yep, this is another slush-sharing blog post. Making Homemade soda slurpees and Sour watermelon slushies revived my slushy addiction. After I picked up some Sunny D lemonade I decided to try making a slush with it and it was really good. I filled an ice-tray with the juice and let them freeze. Once frozen I dumped the entire ice-tray into the blender and it was perfect for a 12oz cup. You can do the same thing with country time or other powdered lemonade mix which would allow you to adjust how sour or sweet your slush is. Just make sure that the liquid juice tastes as sour as you want the slush to be and use that to make ice with. Enjoy!
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