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Holiday Foods/Valentine's


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Category: Holiday Foods/Valentine's
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Valentine's Slush







Categories: None
Yield: 1 Servings

2 pk (10 oz) frozen strawberries
2 cn (6 oz) frozen pink lemonade
-concentrated
1 1/2 c Water
1 1/2 c Ice cubes
1 l Club soda; chilled
cn Whipped cream
Fresh strawberries;
-maraschino cherries,
-pineapple and orange slices
-for garnish

http://www.sugarplums.com/ezine/parents.html

Partially thaw the strawberries and lemonade. Combine the strawberries,
lemonade, water and ice cubes in a blender and blend until smooth. Freeze
overnight. About 2 hours before the party, remove mixture from freezer and
let stand at room temperature until it's slushy. (Time Saver Tip: At
Sugarplums, we've made this in our gelato machine and it works fine.) Add
club soda, blend and serve. Spray a little whipped cream as a garnish,
place a cherry on top or set a piece of colorful fruit on the side of the
cup, and serve. Here's a novel way to serve a kid's drink ... yours from
Sugarplums. Take a clear plastic glass (a study one is preferable). Cut up
an orange into slices, about 1/4 inch thick. Grab a jar of marachino
cherries or another colorful fruit. Set the glass in front of you and drop
a cherry into the glass, pour in a small amount of 7-up or sparkling water,
carefully position a slice of orange on top so that it forms a "seal," then
pour the slush on top of the orange slice. It's a layered drink that the
kids can enjoy in parts. They'll think it's RAD! Recipe source unknown

Posted to recipelu-digest by LSHW on Feb 15, 1998

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