How to Make a Vodka Slush

Written by ehow food & drink editor | 13/05/2017

Make a vodka slush to serve at parties or just to enjoy on a hot summer day. This sweet frozen drink tastes like a treat from your childhood but packs enough punch to break the ice and let the fun or relaxation flow.

Things you need

  • 2 cups sugar

  • 8 cups water

  • 2 tablespoons instant tea powder

  • 1 can frozen orange juice

  • 1 can frozen lemonade

  • 2 cups water

  • 2 cups vodka

  • lemon-lime soda

  • stove

  • sugar

  • plastic container

  • refrigerator

  • glassware

  • vodka

  • orange juice

  • can frozen lemonade

  • water

  • large pot

  • instant tea powder

Fill a large pot with the sugar and 8 cups of water. Boil until the sugar is completely dissolved.

Remove from the heat and stir in the tea powder.

Mix in the orange juice, lemonade and 2 cups of water.

Set in the refrigerator to cool, then mix in the vodka.

Pour into a large plastic container and place in the freezer overnight.

Serve by filling a glass half full of slush, and half full of lemon lime soda. Stir and enjoy.

Tips

  • Use a plastic container that is large enough to contain any expansion that may occur during freezing.

Warnings

  • This looks like ice cream, so keep out of the reach of children. Don't drink and drive.

Tips and Warnings

  • Use a plastic container that is large enough to contain any expansion that may occur during freezing.
  • This looks like ice cream, so keep out of the reach of children.
  • Don't drink and drive.

Things you need

  • 2 cups sugar
  • 8 cups water
  • 2 tablespoons instant tea powder
  • 1 can frozen orange juice
  • 1 can frozen lemonade
  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups vodka
  • lemon-lime soda
  • stove
  • sugar
  • plastic container
  • refrigerator
  • glassware
  • vodka
  • orange juice
  • can frozen lemonade
  • water
  • large pot
  • instant tea powder

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