Summer Fruits Slush Puppy (Slushie / Snow Cone) Copycat

Summer Fruits Slushie

Yield: 1 slushie

Prep Time: 5 minutes

This summer fruits flavoured slushie is the perfect way to beat the heat this summer. Quick and easy to make at home. You and your kids will love these slushies.


  • 1 tbsp granulated sugar
  • 1 tbsp boiling water
  • 260g (9.2 oz) ice cubes
  • 4 tbsp summer fruits cordial (squash), see notes


  1. In a cup, mug or small jug, add the sugar and boiling water and stir continuously until the sugar has completely dissolved. Set aside until it is just luke warm or cooler. See notes for time-saving method.
  2. Once the syrup has cooled enough, add the summer fruits cordial to the syrup, then pour the ice in the blender.
  3. Add the syrup over the ice and blend until the correct consistency. If you find small cubes in the slushie, just use a spoon to push them down to the bottom and blend again. Sometimes shaking the blender gently will help too.
  4. Pour into a frozen or chilled glass and enjoy.


  • I have used double concentrated cordial in this recipe. If you use regular strength squash, double to amount to 8 tbsp, or to taste.
  • If you don’t want to wait for the syrup to cool, use some of the ice in the syrup to cool it down quickly. However, this results in a more watery slushy - just add a touch more ice if necessary.
  • Need more than one glass? This recipe works when doubled, or even tripled! I tripled the recipe myself for my 3 children. Just ensure your blender is big enough first. :)

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    • says

      I think I’ve needed one of these every day since I posted this recipe. Might have to adapt it into a body lotion instead, it’s so hot.

      Thanks Kim.

    • says

      Did you try it yet Tash? I remember carrying my first born all throughout the summer. She was born in October, but I remember that year it was still hot in October still. I feel you. Hopefully you’ve tried one [or several] and they’re helping you.

      Thanks for stopping by, Tash.

    • says

      I’m sure you could whip these up with your eyes closed and hands behind your back, Liz. :) They’re so easy. If you give them a shot, let me know how much you like them.

      Thanks for stopping by.

    • says

      They definitely help keep you cool and if all else fails, just adapt into a frozen body butter. Now there’s an idea!

      Thanks Jess.

    • says

      Hehe, thanks Ella. Now I’m complaining it’s too hot, eh? 😆 It’s the humidity here in the house though.

      Thanks for stopping by.