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Ninja Creami Strawberry Lemonade Slushy

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Beat the heat with this 2-ingredient Ninja Creami strawberry lemonade slushy! So refreshing and easy, you’ll want to make it every day.

ninja creami strawberry lemonade slushie in a patterned glass with a red polka dot straw and a yellow striped straw. There are strawberries on the white counter as well as the ninja creami pint jar with more slushie in it behind the glass.

Summer’s in full swing, and I’ve got the perfect way to cool down: a super simple, insanely delicious strawberry lemonade slushy made right in your Ninja Creami.

Ninja Creami Strawberry Lemonade Slushy

This isn’t your average sugary store-bought slushy – it’s packed with real fruit flavor and takes just two ingredients to whip up. Trust me, you’ll want to sip on this all season long.

Supplies Needed:

  • Ninja Creami machine

Ingredients:

  • Fresh or frozen strawberries
  • Lemonade (Your favorite brand – I won’t judge!)
simply lemonade, frozen strawberries in a cup and a ninja creami pint jar on a white counter

Directions for making Ninja Creami Strawberry Lemonade Slushies:

1. Berry Bliss: Fill your Ninja Creami pint container with strawberries. You want them to come up just below the fill line. Don’t worry if they’re a bit over – we’ll fix that in the next step.

2. Lemonade Love: Pour your lemonade over the strawberries until you reach the fill line. If the berries are peeking above the line, pour out a little bit of lemonade so it’s not overfilled.

strawberries in a ninja creami pint jar with lemonade to the fill line and a peach colored cover on a white counter

3. Freeze It: Pop the lid on your pint and stick it in the freezer for at least 12 hours, or up to 24 hours.

frozen strawberries in lemonade in a ninja creami pint jar

4. Slushy Time: Once frozen, take the pint out of the freezer and let it sit on the counter for a few minutes to soften slightly. Place it in your Ninja Creami and process on “Sorbet” one time. (Yep, even though it’s a slushy, the “Sorbet” function works best for this recipe.)

second spin of a ninja creami strawberry lemonade pint jar with some fresh strawberreis, and a lemon wedge on a white counter

5. Take half of your frozen mixture out, and fill to the fill line with more lemonade. Respin.

6. Sip & Repeat: Your strawberry lemonade slushy is ready! Pour it into glasses, grab a straw, and enjoy the icy goodness.

close up of glass with strawberry lemonade slusie, a lemon wedge, and two straws

Tips and Troubleshooting:

  • Mushing Time: If you’re using fresh strawberries, give them a good mash with a fork or potato masher before adding the lemonade. This will help them break down easier in the Creami.
  • Lemon Zest: Want an extra burst of citrusy goodness? Add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice or a bit of lemon zest to your mixture.
  • Too Thick? If your slushy is a bit too icy after processing, just let it sit out for a few minutes to soften, or give it a quick stir. You can also add a splash more lemonade to thin it out.
  • Ninja Creami Not Cooperating? Don’t worry, we all have those days! Check out our Ninja Creami Tips and Tricks guide [link to other blog post] for troubleshooting tips and tricks.

Enjoy!

This strawberry lemonade slushy is the perfect way to beat the heat and satisfy your sweet tooth. It’s so easy and refreshing, you’ll want to make it a regular part of your summer routine.

ninja creami strawberry lemonade slushie in a patterned glass with a red polka dot straw and a yellow striped straw. There are strawberries on the white counter as well as the ninja creami NC 300 behind the glass

Mom Tip: This slushy is a great way to get kids to eat their fruit! They’ll love the sweet and tangy flavor, and you can feel good knowing they’re getting a healthy dose of vitamins and antioxidants.

ninja creami strawberry lemonade slushie in a patterned glass with a red polka dot straw and a yellow striped straw. There are strawberries on the white counter as well as the ninja creami pint jar with more slushie in it behind the glass.

Ninja Creami Strawberry Lemonade Slushie

Yield: 2
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 2 minutes
Additional Time: 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 7 minutes

Beat the heat with this 2-ingredient Ninja Creami strawberry lemonade slushy! So refreshing and easy, you'll want to make it every day.

Summer's in full swing, and I've got the perfect way to cool down: a super simple, insanely delicious strawberry lemonade slushy made right in your Ninja Creami.

Ingredients

  • Ingredients:
  • Fresh or frozen strawberries
  • Lemonade (Your favorite brand – I won't judge!)

Supplies Needed:

  • Ninja Creami machine
  • Ninja Creami pint jar

Instructions

    1. Berry Bliss: Fill your Ninja Creami pint container with strawberries. You want them to come up just below the fill line. Don't worry if they're a bit over – we'll fix that in the next step.

    2. Lemonade Love: Pour your lemonade over the strawberries until you reach the fill line. If the berries are peeking above the line, pour out a little bit of lemonade so it's not overfilled.

    3. Freeze It: Pop the lid on your pint and stick it in the freezer for at least 12 hours, or up to 24 hours.

    4. Slushy Time: Once frozen, take the pint out of the freezer and let it sit on the counter for a few minutes to soften slightly. Place it in your Ninja Creami and process on "Sorbet" one time. (Yep, even though it's a slushy, the "Sorbet" function works best for this recipe.)

    5. Take half of your frozen mixture out, and fill to the fill line with more lemonade. Respin.

    6. Sip & Repeat: Your strawberry lemonade slushy is ready! Pour it into glasses, grab a straw, and enjoy the icy goodness.

Notes

Tips and Troubleshooting:

Mushing Time: If you're using fresh strawberries, give them a good mash with a fork or potato masher before adding the lemonade. This will help them break down easier in the Creami.

Lemon Zest: Want an extra burst of citrusy goodness? Add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice or a bit of lemon zest to your mixture.

Too Thick? If your slushy is a bit too icy after processing, just let it sit out for a few minutes to soften, or give it a quick stir. You can also add a splash more lemonade to thin it out.

Ninja Creami Not Cooperating? Don't worry, we all have those days! Check out our Ninja Creami Tips and Tricks guide [link to other blog post] for troubleshooting tips and tricks.

Mom Tip: This slushy is a great way to get kids to eat their fruit! They'll love the sweet and tangy flavor, and you can feel good knowing they're getting a healthy dose of vitamins and antioxidants.

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