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Peach ginger slushie recipe

Peach ginger slushie recipe

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I love slushies, so refreshing, simple and quick! My newest creation is each ginger slushie (peaches are so good with ginger). If your peaches are ripe you might not even need to add sugar.

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 2 ripe peaches
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 1 fingernail size piece root ginger, peeled
  • 1 teaspoon sugar, to taste

MethodPrep:10min ›Extra time:1hr › Ready in:1hr10min

  1. Wash and stone peaches. Place in blender with peaches, ice cubes, ginger and sugar if desired. Blend till smooth. Pour into a jar and put in the freezer for about 1 hour.

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I love a refreshing cocktail (like my recent Mommy Cocktail). But sometimes the mocktail is where it’s at. Like these crisp and icy ginger peach slushies. This non-alcoholic slushie recipe is bright, fresh, and easy – perfect for clinking glasses with your kiddos, sipping by the pool, or downing at your next barbecue. With just 6 ingredients (that’s including the ice) and 6 minutes, you have one of the best non-alcoholic slushies of the summer!

I wasn’t really sure what to call this – slush, slushie, icee, non-dairy smoothie – the list goes on. I went with slushie because it sounds the most fun. So, I apologize if that’s not the most accurate.

This is a great non-alcoholic slushie option for hot summer days, which we’re about to have plenty of. While I love cooling off with tasty frozen goodness like my Peanut Butter S’mores Icebox Cake, sometimes I need to be slightly more health conscious. And this Ginger Peach Slushie does the trick – with all the flavors of summer.

And before anyone else notices, let me admit that those are nectarines and not peaches. I briefly considered trying to figure out how to photoshop some fuzz on them, but I let it go. I think we get the point – which is this drink has some delicious fruit flavor. And the ginger and lime just brighten that up even more. If you want, go ahead and make it with frozen nectarines…why not?


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Bourbon slushies are a delightful drink because of their unique flavor. It is fruity, with a hint of tea and bourbon, which is then topped by a little lemon lime soda. It is a party for your tastebuds, and we hope that you enjoy it. The slush deserves a place in our Alcoholic slushie recipes list.

Ingredients

  • 1-Can (12-Ounces) Frozen Lemonade Concentrate
  • 1-Can (46-Ounces) Pineapple Juice
  • 1 1/2-Cup White Sugar
  • 2-Cups Strong Black Tea, Brewed
  • 2-Cups Bourbon
  • 1-Bottle Lemon-Lime Soda
  • 1-Can Frozen Orange Juice Concentrate
  • 1-Can Frozen Lemonade Concentrate
  • Step 1. In a bowl, mix your orange juice, lemonade, pineapple, sugar, tea, and bourbon. Freeze them overnight.
  • Step 2. The next day, remove mixture from the freezer and let it rest for about 10-minutes. Bust it up and if you want, add it to a blender to mix it until it is smooth.

If you want, you can substitute sparkling water and ginger ale for the citrus soda or add more sugar. You may also be able to find other recipes that you like sampling better.


Chill Out this Summer with Ginger Peach Wine Slushies

I went on a wine slushy kick this summer making Strawberry Rosemary Wine Slushies for Harvest2U and these Ginger Peach Wine Slushies. Watermelon is coming next!

You can use any wine you like. I went with an orange moscato that came from the awesome crew at Craveyon Cloud Wines, which sadly is no more. Rose or white would probably be better choices here simply because the red color might muddy the peach color. But if you prefer reds, go for it!

I chose not to sweeten mine, but you can add a little simple syrup, honey or agave if you want it sweeter. The choice will largely depend on the ripeness of the fruit and the wine.

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Chill Out this Summer with Ginger Peach Wine Slushies

I went on a wine slushy kick this summer making Strawberry Rosemary Wine Slushies for Harvest2U and these Ginger Peach Wine Slushies. Watermelon is coming next!

You can use any wine you like. I went with an orange moscato that came from the awesome crew at Craveyon Cloud Wines, which sadly is no more. Rose or white would probably be better choices here simply because the red color might muddy the peach color. But if you prefer reds, go for it!

I chose not to sweeten mine, but you can add a little simple syrup, honey or agave if you want it sweeter. The choice will largely depend on the ripeness of the fruit and the wine.

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    by That Recipe by Our Good Life by Culinary Adventures with Camilla by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks by Cheese Curd In Paradise by Art of Natural Living by Karen’s Kitchen Stories by A Day in the Life on the Farm

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Calling all whiskey lovers, this frozen cocktail is for you. This recipe is a little more involved, but the payoff is so worth it. Flavors like green tea, lemon, lime and of course, whiskey and brandy, come together to make this drink the perfect happy hour cocktail.


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Courtesy of/Two Robbers

Philadelphia hard seltzer brand Two Robbers is putting its own spin on the viral White Claw slushie craze. Two Robbers has provided its own recipes to make the summery cocktail at home.

If you even casually scan TikTok you've probably seen a White Claw slushie. The frozen drink made with the popular hard seltzer brand is the latest cocktail craze taking over social media, possibly because it's simple to make so long as you have a blender.

Well, if you want to put a local spin on the viral trend, you could consider using these recipes from Philly hard seltzer brand Two Robbers.

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Two Robbers was founded in 2017 by twin brothers Vikram and Vivek Nayar in Philadelphia and their alcoholic beverage hit shelves last year. As for the name, the brothers were robbed twice while starting out and that experience served as inspiration.

Their hard seltzer is made without any added sugars or sweeteners and is gluten-free. Each can is 110 calories and has a 5.2% ABV. Comparatively, White Claw has 100 calories and a 5% ABV.

Check out the three recipes provided by Two Robbers below and make your own hard seltzer slushies home.

If you're looking for where to purchase the hard seltzer brand in Philadelphia, one option is to get a variety pack from Yards Brewing Co., another Philly company, but there are many other locations to buy Two Robbers. The brand is currently available at more than 600 locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and New York.

Note that variety packs come with a mix of pineapple and ginger, watermelon and cucumber, and orange and mango flavors. The new peach berry flavor is sold by itself.

Courtesy of/Two Robbers

The Two Robbers variety packs.

Add the following to a blender:

Blend until you reach a slushie consistency. Garnish and enjoy.

Pineapple Ginger Hard Seltzer Slushie

Add the following to a blender:

Blend until you reach a slushie consistency. Garnish and enjoy.

Berry Hard Seltzer Slushie

Add the following to a blender:

Blend until you reach a slushie consistency. Garnish and enjoy.

And if these recipes don't do it for you, go ahead and get creative. To make a hard seltzer slushie you really only need four ingredients: ice, fruit, an alcoholic seltzer of your choosing and a hard liquor.

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  • As is, either over the rocks or straight up.
  • Add some botanicals. Herbs and berries, such as a few crushed raspberries and a spring of basil, are delicious.
  • Make a peach kir (Kir Pêche) by adding wine, or a Kir Pétillant or Royale with sparkling wine or champagne.
  • Peach pairs wonderfully with blue cheese. A shot of peach gin makes an excellent accompaniment to a cheeseboard.

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