You Can Chop Up Freeze Pops And Add Booze For A Delicious Rainbow Slushie

With warmer weather finally on the way and more and more hours of sunshine ready to enjoy, we’re going to need some drinks to go with it. Sure, you can grab a few cans of hard seltzer or crack a few cans of beer, or you could get creative and make your own boozy rainbow slushies by crushing up some freezer pops and adding your favorite alcohol.

rainbow slushie

  1. That’s right, it’s time to bring freezer pops back. If your childhood was anything like mine, you probably grew up eating Fla-Vor-Ice and/or Otter Pops by the boxful. It’s been many years since I’ve had one, but that’s about to change now that I’ve realized they can be enjoyed with an adult twist.
  2. The recipe couldn’t be more simple. There’s not even a “recipe” for the boozy rainbow slushie to speak of. All you do is take a few different colors/flavors of freezer pops and crush them up, piling them in a glass in a layer, then add your favorite booze. That can be vodka, tequila, or even a can of White Claw or something. The choice is yours!
  3. This would be a great centerpiece at your next party. Boozy rainbow slushies can be made into a boozy rainbow punch, piled high in a bowl and chock full of alcohol. Not only is it super summery and seasonal, it also takes some pretty solid pics to feature on your Instagram account. Once all this social distancing stuff is over, you need to make this for your BFFs.
  4. You can’t not┬ábe happy both looking at and drinking this. Rainbows are signs that there are brighter days ahead of us and at this point, we need all the hope we can get. We also need all the alcohol we can get while we’re stuck indoors. This drink is the answer.

 

Piper Ryan is a NYC-based writer and matchmaker who works to bring millennials who are sick of dating apps and the bar scene together in an organic and efficient way. To date, she's paired up more than 120 couples, many of whom have gone on to get married. Her work has been highlighted in The New York Times, Time Out New York, The Cut, and many more.

In addition to runnnig her own business, Piper is passionate about charity work, advocating for vulnerable women and children in her local area and across the country. She is currently working on her first book, a non-fiction collection of stories focusing on female empowerment.
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