|by Joseph Aimar|
Anyone who has experienced fine French cooking knows that no meal is complete without its frozen dessert.
1 - 10 of 153 for frozen fruit slush
1. Defrost slightly ... blender. 3. If can is large, use only 1 or 2 cups of the frozen fruit. 4. Blend to slush consistency and serve in a glass with a straw.
Slightly thaw frozen ingredients. Then mix all together in large bowl. Stir every 2 hours and keep in freezer. Thaw 1 hour before serving. Can refreeze.
Partially thaw frozen juice and fruit. Combine all in large bowl. Freeze in muffin tin or in pan to be cut. Wonderful cool salad in the summer.
Combine all ingredients; mix well and freeze. If frozen solid it will ... out of the freezer about 2 hours before being served to let thaw and be slushy.
Mix all ingredients. Add Sprite last. Divide into 20 paper cups and freeze.
Partially thaw frozen juices and fruits. Combine all ... water if taste is too strong. Freeze in cups and cover with foil. (Any fruit may be substituted).
Dissolve 2 cups sugar in 2 cups boiling water. Mix and freeze.
Obtain juice and pulp ... and lemons. Mix all fruits together. Dissolve the sugar in the water and add to fruit mixture. Mix and freeze. Serve as slush.
Boil sugar and ... Cool and add fruit. Can use ... trays until partially frozen. Put in tall glasses and add 1/2 cup of 7UP per serving. Great on a Hot Day!!
Mix together; put in cups and freeze. To serve, let defrost until like slush.
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