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Gin and Tonic Alcohol Slushies

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Super easy Gin & Tonic Alcohol Slushies are the ultimate summer serve for the gin lover! Perfect summer party drink – everyone loves a frozen cocktail!

How to make gin and tonic alcohol slushies

Well this is a grown up slushy recipe you’ll just love!

Our gin and tonic alcohol slushies are perfect for getting your summer party started.

These alcoholic slushies are super easy to make although you do need a good 6-8 hours to get them to freeze to the right consistency.

So plan ahead and prepare these early, ready to enjoy sipping on a hot summer evening. 

Glass of gin and tonic slushy garnished with cucumber slice, fresh lavender flower and stripy blue and white paper straw . Slushy is on weather beaten old railway sleeper with seashells by the glass

Gin and Tonic Alcohol Slushies Ingredients

  • 200ml Gin
  • 500ml Tonic Water
  • Flowers or fruit to decorate

How to make gin and tonic alcohol slushies

gin and tonic alcohol slushies in blue and clear glasses decorated with cucumber and lavender flowers
  1. In a freezer safe tupperware box mix together the gin and tonic and place into the freezer. 
  2. Remove the slushy mix from the freezer every hour and break up the ice-crystals with a fork, this will keep the ice crystals soft and small and perfect for slushies. 
  3. These will take around 6-8 hours to be just right. 
  4. To serve divide into glasses and decorate with fruit, flowers and pretty paper straws.

Make gin & tonic slushy your way

It’s great to have a play with flavours – try switching the plain tonic water for a grapefruit or elderflower variety. Or switch out the tonic altogether and replace with sparkling blood orange. 

How to serve gin & tonic slushy

gin and tonic alcohol slushies in blue and clear glasses decorated with cucumber and lavender flowers
  • Perfect for serving at summer parties or BBQs
  • Sip whilst you celebrate Midsummers Night
  • Decorate your Gin & Tonic Slushies with herbs and fruit or edible flowers to make them extra gorgeous. 

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Yield: Makes 6

Gin and Tonic Alcohol Slushies

gin and tonic alcohol slushies in blue and clear glasses decorated with cucumber and lavender flowers

The perfect summer cocktail - frozen G&T!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 8 hours
Total Time 8 hours 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 200ml gin 
  • 500ml tonic water

Instructions

  1. In a freezer safe tupperware box mix together the gin and tonic and place into the freezer.
  2. Remove the slushy mix from the freezer every hour and break up the ice-crystals with a fork, this will keep the ice crystals soft and small and perfect for slushies.
  3. These will take around 6-8 hours to be just right.
  4. To serve divide into glasses and decorate with fruit, flowers and pretty paper straws.

Notes

Decorate your Gin & Tonic slushies using summer fruit, cucumber slices or edible flowers

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 86Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 11mgCarbohydrates: 8gFiber: 0gSugar: 8gProtein: 0g

Nutritional content will vary depending on the exact ingredients you use and how careful you are with measuring - this nutritional information is given as a general guide only and may not be accurate - you should always calculate your own nutritional information especially if you have specific dietary requirements.

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Glass of gin and tonic alcohol  slushy garnished with cucumber slice, fresh lavender flower and stripy blue and white paper straw . Slushy is on weather beaten old railway sleeper with seashells by the glass

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