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Coco-Lime Slushy

Coco-Lime Slushy

Next to the the Lemon,Lime, Campari Sorbet this is my second favorite summer drink. It’s cold and refreshing, creamy and delicious. I made this drink with more lime than pineapple and used unsweetened coconut milk and lime simple syrup so that I can control the sweetness. I also did not use crushed ice I find it waters it down so instead I froze the coconut lime mixture in an ice cube tray. The cubes are solid but easy to break up in the blender. The result is a slushy coconut lime and pineapple drink that is so refreshing. You can add as much rum as you like or make it virgin, it’s equally as delicious. One other cool thing about this drink is that because the drink base is frozen in ice cube trays you can make 1 or more and leave the rest in the freezer for use later on. Remove the cubes place in freezer bag and store in the freezer.

Lime Simple Syrup:

1 Lime peel removed (Use the peeled lime for the drink base)

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup water

  1. In saucepan add sugar and water, bring to a boil let boil for approximately 2 minutes until sugar is completely dissolved take off heat, add lime peel. Cover and let sit until cool. Remove the lime peel. Store in jar in refrigerator. You can easily double this to make more simple syrup.

The Slush:

1 13.5 oz can unsweetened coconut milk

1 Lime peeled and all of the pith removed and quartered (Use the lime you used for the simple syrup)

4-6 tablespoons lime simple syrup (Make it as sweet as you like)

2 -3 ounces Pineapple juice (unsweetened) Start with two and if you need a little more liquid to break up cubes in blender add another ounce.

1 ounce Rum (Add more if you like it stronger)

  1. To your food processor add the quartered lime and coconut milk. Process until lime is pulverized. Strain into measuring cup.Add 4-6 tbs of the lime simple syrup. (Adjust the sweetness to suite your taste. Pour into ice cube tray and freeze.
  2. When coconut lime is frozen remove from ice cube tray, place in blender (depending on the proficiency of your blender you may want to break up the cubes) add pineapple juice and rum and blend until the cubes are broken up and it’s a slushy consistency. Pour and serve. Garnish with lime and pineapple.

Ready to Freeze

12 Comments Post a comment
  1. Oh man, I’m totally making this!!!! It looks so wonderful, and I’m always looking for ways to use coconut milk. LOVE IT.

    June 4, 2012
  2. Thank you so much Suzanne, it is really good. Just made a batch and I love that I can use a few of the cubes to make one drink. Always keep a bag of the cubes in the freezer.

    June 4, 2012
  3. Even in winter I love a good slushie – this is totally yumm 😀

    Cheers
    CCU

    June 4, 2012
    • Thank you, that’s right in your part of the world it’s winter. Glad it appeals even in cold weather.

      June 4, 2012
  4. How refreshing, it’s the perfect sit on your porch and chill drink… I’m loving it!

    June 5, 2012
    • Totally a sit on the porch or in the backyard sort of drink! Thank you!

      June 5, 2012
  5. Had to come say hello because of your blog name 🙂 This slushy does sound great and so refreshing.

    June 5, 2012
    • Thank you so much, I have two dogs also, both of which love nothing better than hanging out with me when I cook. I can’t wait to check out your blog!! thanks again. The slushy is good, great for summer!

      June 5, 2012
  6. Hooooo Boy, I’m so glad I looked through your archived recipes! Definitely making this one this weekend 🙂

    April 25, 2013
    • Oh thank you Tina, its wonderful. I make a double recipe and keep the cubes in a ziplock in the freezer for whenever I want one. Maybe the weather will warm up here right now it’s too cold, brrrr….. Hope you enjoy.

      April 25, 2013
      • Lol. Yeah it’s still cold here too, but I’m willing to make an exception to try this out 🙂

        April 25, 2013

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