Drink & Dish: Vodka Lemonade Slush

Can you believe that Memorial Day is already here? There’s no denying that summer has arrived!

I love summer. Perhaps it stems from being a kid and not having school in summer.. but I also think it’s cuz there’s always so many fun things to do this time of year. I’m a big fan of bucket lists so I thought I’d share a few things I jotted down for my summer bucket list this year:

Summer Bucket List 2

What’s on your summer bucket list??

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Bring on the memories and sunshine – and tasty cold beverages!

There’s nothing that screams summer more than lemonade – so why not jazz it up a little and make it into a crowd pleasing boozy treat?

Vodka Lemonade Slush | The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie

A FROZEN boozy lemonade!

There’s nothing better than a frozen icy cold treat when it’s hot so this boozy slush is just the answer. I’m all about snacking on this by the pool or during a Memorial Day BBQ. I served it in these cute mini dessert glasses (with mini spoons!) but I bet it would even be great served in one of those red solo cups Winking smileVodka Lemonade Slush | The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie

This is one of those quick prep ahead beverages. You just mix it up, throw it in the freezer, then just serve it on up. On this episode of Drink & Dish I’ll show you how easy it is to make this Vodka Lemonade Slush – and Ari will show you how to make her Loaded Baked Potato Salad.

If you wanted to make this beverage a little more drink like you could also pour in some Sprite or Ginger Ale to serve it – but I think it is pretty fun to eat it like a slush!

Vodka Lemonade Slush | The Marvelous Misadventures of a Foodie

Drink & Dish: Vodka Lemonade Slush
  • 12 oz frozen lemonade concentrate
  • 12 oz vodka
  • 24 oz cold water
  • zest from 1 lemon
  • Lemon slices to garnish, if desired
  1. In a large bowl combine lemonade concentrate, vodka, water and lemon zest. Stir together until well combined. Pour lemonade mixture into a shallow freezer-safe pan. Freeze mixture for at least 8 hours or overnight, stirring once halfway through freezing.
  2. To serve, fluff ice crystals with a fork and spoon into glasses for serving. Garnish with lemon slices, if desired.


  1. says

    LOVED this slush and I love your summer bucket list! Can we ride a bike to brunch then make it a picnic AND eat watermelon and your homemade ice cream? That would be the best day ever@

  2. says

    I watched your video, and I had no idea that red-skin potatoes had less calories and more fibre than a russet potato. It sounds like a plus to me!

    Also, your lemonade slush looks delicious! I thought it would require a lot of blending to get it slushy and whatnot, but I am pleasantly surprised that’s not the case.

    It actually seems pretty easy to make and I like how you really have to just stir it once, and that the freezer will pretty much do the rest.

    I will definitely be making this once summer comes.
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  3. says

    These look so good. I love slushy things, especially since it’s so hot here. I need to make these the next time I go to a BBQ. :)

  4. Janet rago says

    It looks delisious


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