Vodka Slush


1 can pineaple juice (48 oz)
4 cups frozen orange juice
3 cups frozen lemonade
4 cups frozen strawberries
1 bottle vodka
(26 oz)


  • In a blender or food processor blend strawberries with frozen orange juice and frozen lemonade. 
  • Add pineapple juice and vodka. Mix well and freeze.
  • Place 2 teaspoons of Vodka Slush into tall glass. Top with ginger ale or club soda and serve.

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Did You Know?
A Slush or a slushie is a generic term for a flavored frozen drink. There are a number of different kinds of slush drinks.

"Instant" slush drinks formed via supercooling. Several examples are Slush-It![1] which allows consumers to make beverages that turn to slush upon opening using a conventional freezer, the Chill Chamber [2] which allows businesses to store beverages at below freezing temperatures that turn to slush upon opening, and supercooled Sprite from Coca-Cola (briefly marketed in the UK) which required special vending machines to store the bottles in a supercooled state so that they would turn to slush upon opening.