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    • They look delish!!! how can you keep them cold?? and slushie like? i have to sell them and im not sure how to keep them do i pre make them or what? i could just make them on the day but…. ????!!!!

      • Hi, I haven’t tried to keep them cold as they were made and enjoyed immediately after. What you could do is to make a large batch and seal them in ziplock bags in the freezer (or use dry ice), then remove them 5-10 minutes prior to serving and use your hands to squish back to a slushie consistency in the bag, and serve.

        If you’re using my recipe to sell, I’d recommend that you at least credit my blog when selling, so your customers are aware where the recipe is from. I hope that helps. Thanks for stopping by.

    • 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.

    • 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.

    • I’m sure you could whip these up with your eyes closed and hands behind your back, Liz. ๐Ÿ™‚ They’re so easy. If you give them a shot, let me know how much you like them.

      Thanks for stopping by.

    • 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.

    • Hehe, thanks Ella. Now I’m complaining it’s too hot, eh? ๐Ÿ˜† It’s the humidity here in the house though.

      Thanks for stopping by.

  1. Lisa, this looks so refreshing! Definitely trying it today! It’s been so hot in socal — 100 degrees! — that I just invested in a shaved ice machine and I’m so excited to try everything! I’ll probably even add some margarita for a little fun! ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. I will be trying this one out during the hot months for myself and my little ones. I have pinned it to my favourite recipes. Thanks for sharing lisa

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