4 Easy Slushie to Beat the Heat

We are in the middle of hot Summer right now and the weather is getting hotter every day. Summer is my favorite season and probably most of us who live in British Columbia (BC), Canada. Some people joke around and call us “Raincouver” instead of Vancouver because we get more rain than snow. So when the temperature becomes double digit, we start to get excited, but when it reach 30+, we start to complain. We only have 3 months (or 4 if we get lucky) of warm weather and so we tend to make the most of it. In my case, outdoor activities like hiking, biking, gardening and making Summer cool treats and drinks are the things I look forward to during Summer.

I love doing outdoor activities, but when the weather hits past 25, I would either head to the waterfront, spread the blanket, lie down, read or listen to music and eat. When it gets 28 and above, I would rather stay and be cozy in my balcony and drink a cold tall glass of homemade fruit juices.

Summer is not complete without me making homemade Summer drinks and frozen treats. This is the time of the year that I go crazy making fruit juices, shakes, smoothies, slushie, ice tea and cold milk drinks. I thought I will start Sumner by sharing with you some of my favorite Summer drinks. They are easy to make, budget friendly and refreshing without breaking your budget. So next time you think of buying ice tea outside, check out this post and be inspired to make it at home. There’s something for everyone, pick your choice.

Last week, I shared with you 12 Smooth & Creamy Smoothie Recipes. Smoothies are great almost any time of the day when it is hot. You can have it for breakfast, snack, pre workout or post work out drink. They are just another way to keep us cool during Summer days. This week, I am sharing with you 5 Icy Drinks, I call them Easy Sluhie. Slushie far more icy compared to smoothie which makes them great from when you want something really cold and quench thirsting.

Watermelon and Lychee Slushie

This Watermelon and Lychee Slushie is going to be your new favorite summer drink. This is a great way to cool off the summer heat, plus it taste absolutely delicious not to mention too pretty to ignore. It is so refreshing beyond words, I want MORE!

Papaya and Mango Slushie

This 4 ingredients Papaya and Mango Slushie is one good way to cool off the heat of summer. It’s all fresh, natural and refreshing plus only 4 simple ingredients.

Papaya Slushie By SweetnSpicyLiving

4 Ingredients All Natural Honeydew Melon and Cucumber Slushie

This is an absolutely refreshing drink for hot Summer days. Only 4 ingredients and super easy to make. You can never go wrong with this Honeydew Melon and Cucumber Slushie.

Strawberry & Mango Slushie

A very Summer blend smoothie that works well together. Sweet smooth fresh Mango plus sweet tangy fresh Strawberry makes this great Strawberry and Mango Smoothie.

4 Ingredient Strawberry Mango Slushie

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