Cherry Rum Slushie Alcohol Drinks
Want a refreshing alcoholic drink?
Try this cherry rum slushie.
Frozen alcohol drink for the BEST rum slushie.
Simple blended cocktail recipe you will want to make today.
Homemade rum slushie that is super delicious.
You can change out the flavor from cherry to: strawberry, grape, pink lemonade, strawberry, orange, raspberry lemonade and more.
You will want to blend up this delicious and refreshing cocktail.
This is a great drink to make for sipping by the pool, girls weekend, bachelorette parties or just a happy hour drink.
Want to go to the bar tonight? No need be your own bartender and blend this rum cocktail.
Get ready to make this amazing rum cocktail.
Make the BEST cherry rum slushie.
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How To Make Cherry Rum Slushie
Pour the cherry Kool-Aid, sugar, rum and water into the pitcher of a blender.
Blend until combined.
Add the ice and blend until smooth.
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Alcohol Drinks Cherry Rum Slushie
- 1 package Cherry Kool-Aid
- 1 cup sugar
- 3 cup water
- 1 cup malibu rum
- 5 cup ice
- Pour the cherry Kool-Aid, sugar, rum and water into the pitcher of a blender. Blend until combined.
- Add the ice and blend until smooth.
- Serve immediately
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HI just curious could you use real cherries with a simple syrup? I don’t like things too sweet?