The holiday drink ideas continue today! Tomorrow is the big day. TOMORROW IS THE BIG DAY?? What just happened to the last two weeks of my life? Last two months? For real. Time needs to slow down. I’m hardly ready. Ok let’s be honest. I’m totally ready. Want to know why? I’m OFF THE HOOK for cooking this year! Can I get a hallelujah? Have I already mentioned that this week? We are headed to the in-laws and we don’t have to bring a dang thing! It’s a Christmas miracle. Relax. I’ll still HELP in the kitchen. Am I missing making the Thanksgiving feast even a little bit? Nope. Not even a little bit. Am I missing my family who is scattered all over the country this time of year? Certainly. Do I love my in-laws and will be thankful anyway? Of course.
We’ll be getting our citrus on! This recipe made enough to fee a couple of small armies (army’s?). If you love the taste of sweet tang you will absolutely fall in LOVE with this Cran-Pomegranate Citrus Slushie. It’s mega tart with just enough sweetness to not zing you to death. Isn’t the color absolutely gorgeous? So festive and fun. Another delicious non-alcoholic option for the whole family to enjoy. If you missed my Apple Pomegranate Soda yesterday be sure and check that out as well. To those celebrating tomorrow I wish you all the happiness with lots of delicious food and friends or family. I’m certainly thankful for each and every one of my readers. You all make this crazy blogging journey worth every bit of all that goes into it.
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Cran-Pomegranate Citrus Slushie
The tangy flavors of this power packed Cran-Pomegranate Citrus Slushie will have your tastebuds dancing to a new tune! Non-alcoholic and perfect for all of the guests at your holiday party!
- 4 c. cranberry juice
- 4 c. pomegranate juice
- 4 c. orange juice
- 1/2 c. fresh lime juice approx. 2 large limes
- 1/2 c. water
- 1/2 c. organic sugar
Combine all ingredients in a large, shallow freezer-safe container. Stir well, then cover and freeze until the mixture is icy, stirring every 20 to 30 minutes, 4 to 5 hours.
Scrape the frozen mixture with a spoon and divide among glasses.
Adapted from Food Network
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