Stay hydrated with a flavorful Blueberry Coconut Water Slush that kids and adults will love!
What kid doesn’t love slushies?
I can’t remember the last time I had a slushy but can guarantee it wasn’t homemade and was probably some crazy, artificial neon color. None of that here! Just look at that all-natural, deep purple color. Nothing artificial about this slush so you can feel good about sippin’ on one and serving it to kiddos.
One of my small projects for this spring is making my outdoor space a more comfortable gathering space. It’s a very small space to work with, but I’ve upgraded the fold-up camping chairs to Adirondack chairs with bright pillows, and added an outdoor storage bench (because more storage is always a good thing!). Once the temperature finally stops dipping to freezing at night, I’ll add some plants and hang some lights. So while I still have some time, I’m perfecting my summer sips, like this slush, early! What home projects are you working on for summer?
This Blueberry Coconut Water Slush will be perfect for hydrating on hot Tennessee summer days. Coconut water naturally contains the electrolytes our bodies need to hydrate cells, like potassium, sodium, and magnesium. While we’re on the topic of hydration and electrolytes, it’s important to know that coconut water can be great for re-hydrating after exercise, but if you do prolonged exercise in the heat, you could still be lacking sodium and carbohydrates if only drinking coconut water. Read this article for more information on hydrating with coconut water post exercise.Hydrate with a homemade slushy you can feel good sippin' & serving to #kids! Blueberry Coconut… Click To Tweet
This recipe will make one large, 16-ounce slush or you can split it with a friend. But ya know, sometimes a girl just needs a large, purple slushy all to herself 🙂 I’ll invite friends over for slushies next time once my outdoor patio is ready!
I’m excited to try more homemade slushy combinations as the weather warms up. Leave me a comment about what flavors you’d like to experiment with in your slushy! What fruits would you add to a slushy? Try this Blueberry Coconut Water Slush! Click To Tweet