Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Brandy Slush Recipe

Living in Wisconsin, I have been drinking slush since I was a little girl. My mom always made non-alcoholic Pina Colada Slush and as I got older, we always made Brandy Slush. These holiday drinks have always been a staple at every Christmas & New Years functions for as long as I can remember. 

Below you will find step by step directions on how to make simple & easy delicious Brandy Slush that is a perfect holiday drink!

First, let's begin with the main ingredients: Brandy, lemonade concentrate, orange juice concentrate, water and sugar.  Any brand of orange juice, lemonade and brandy will work just fine! We are partial to Korbel, so that is what we stick with!

Cook 1 cup of sugar with 3 1/2 cups of water until dissolved. 

Once cooled, pour sugar water mix into bowl with 1 cup brandy, 6oz frozen lemonade concentrate, and 6oz frozen orange juice concentrate. Mix together until completely blended.

This is what your slush mix will look like before you place it into the freezer. 

My favorite container to put slush in is large Tupperware bowls.  I usually make a double batch of slush in early December for all of our Christmas gatherings. Seal bowl tightly & place into freezer.

It usually takes 3-4 days for the slush mixture to freeze. Once frozen, you can scoop & serve!

Fill your glass half full with slush, then fill up the rest of the glass with 7UP or Sprite!

Enjoy your delicious holiday drink!

This recipe can also be altered to use Blackberry brandy as well. We have made it in the past & it is very delicious as well. Also, you can fill your glass with as much slush as you desire. Some just like a little slush for taste with more Sprite, some fill the glass and just add a splash of Sprite if they want a stronger drink! This drink is also perfect for a hot summer day!

What are your favorite Holiday Drinks?


  1. This looks delicious! So, 3-4 days to freeze? It must be worth the wait!

  2. I don't really like brandy, but this seems like a recipe I could definitely get on board with!! I may have to think about doing this for Christmas this year with the fam!! Definitely pinning this one!!

    1. It is very good!! You can always do blackberry brandy too!

  3. Sounds delicious. I'd never have thought of doing cold slushy drinks in winter


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