Pineapple Coconut Water Fruit Slushies

drinks | June 17, 2016 | By


It’s been a scorching summer so far! The average temperature here in Georgia has been around 90°, and the heat will only rise as the summer forges  on.  One thing that we tend to have on hand in our house are popsicles because it’s just a quick way for the kids to cool off after being outside.


The problem is….those popsicles have a ton of sugar.  So, we’ve come up with a better alternative!  Homemade Fruit Slushies!!!!!



It only has two ingredients: frozen fruit and pineapple coconut water. You can use regular coconut water as well, but I found that the one infused with pineapple adds a more tropical touch.  You can also add a little agave or stevia if you want a tad more sweetness.  It really all depends on the fruit that you use.  Strawberries and mangos don’t really require any additional sugar, but the blueberries may. 🙂

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You can also use fresh fruit as well!  We recently went strawberry picking, and I would have LOVED to use our harvest.  However, the kids pretty much inhaled them before I could blink. sigh…



Either way, this slushie is absolutely delicious, and will help make these steamy summer days a little more tolerable.  (Sidebar…..I think I’ll make the “Adult Version” of these slushies next time I have a dinner party. 😉

Faith, Family, Food…    In that order

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Pineapple Coconut Water Fruit Slushies
A refreshing summer drink to help cool off....yet healthy enough so there's no guilt.
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  1. •1 cup pineapple coconut water
  2. •1/2 cup frozen fruit of your choice (mangos, strawberries, blueberries, cherries, etc.)
  3. •Natural sweetener like agave or stevia (optional)
  1. In a high-speed blender, combine the coconut water and frozen fruit.
  2. Blend until incorporated. You may want to add some crushed ice if it's not "slushy" enough.
  3. Taste to see if the slushy is sweet enough to your liking. If not, add some natural sweetener.
  4. Serve immediately.
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