Crafty Critterz – Goldie’s Lemon-Lime Slushie

Get ready to cool off this summer with a delicious drink from our archive! Goldie’s Lemon-Lime Slushie is the perfect summertime treat.

 

 

What you need:

  • 1 lemon
  • 1 lime
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 6 ice cubes
  • A blender
  • Knife

 

 

What you do:

  1. Carefully cut the lemon and lime into fourths and squeeze out all the juice you can in the blender – try not to get the little pits mixed with the juice.
  2. Add the sugar and ice to the blender.
  3. Blend on high until all ice cubes are crushed, then pour into a glass and add a straw. Enjoy!

 

Try mixing other fruit juices in this slushie for a tasty treat!

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11 Responses to Crafty Critterz – Goldie’s Lemon-Lime Slushie

  1. cupcakegirl3 says:

    that sounds delicious

  2. bagelbites660 says:

    half a cup of sugar seems too much for one serving imo

  3. ohmymorkie says:

    Sounds good, simple to make, but way too much sugar (1/2 cup sugar) for one serving no thank you!!!

  4. IndigoZap says:

    Did you have to post this?

  5. Beckinz8 says:

    Thanks for inspiring me to make some smoothies and stuff to help beat the heat wave that we are currently having! My family used to make smoothies with ice cream, milk and a banana all the time. If we had strawberries, we would throw them in too. Family members who liked something different would throw that in theirs (like peanut butter!) I wonder why we stopped doing that. I’ll have to bring it up this weekend! Thanks for the inspiration to end our perspiration! LOL XD

  6. Graceagirl says:

    You know you could substitute the sugar with something healthier right?no offense to anyone.

  7. Alphaowlbear says:

    This recipe seems to make one serving and half a cup of sugar per serving is A LOT of sugar – it sounds like way too much

    • Pheonix2025 says:

      yeah, im trying to lose weight too so…..

    • habibi24 says:

      You could substitute stevia for the sugar. I’m not sure what the amount would be but a little goes along way.

      • Sugarcookie9 says:

        Stevia: According to my package of stevia – 1 cup stevia == 2 cups regular cane sugar. So in this recipe – 1/2 cup sugar == 1/4 cup stevia. However, sometimes stevia requires a tiny bit of natural sugar to work correctly in a recipe. So if you choose to make this recipe I would use between 1/4-1/2 cup stevia with 1-2 tsp cane sugar depending on your taste preference. Diet version of this recipe with no added sugar – you could probably use your favorite water bottle flavoring and just crush ice into it. :)

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