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Frozen Sangria Slushies

Frozen Sangria Slushies

An adult treat two ways - blackberry and mango


Full disclosure—this one is not for the kids! But it IS for us adults. And oh boy, do these slushies taste good after a long day of work.

Like a nice glass of fruity sangria? This is basically reformatted sangria—cold, fruity and refreshing, with an alcoholic kick. Pass the glass, will ya?

Having friends over in the evening? This is an easy way to impress. Sunday afternoon barbeque? Bring these out and you’ll be the star of the show.

I made two flavors, but the possibilities are endless. If you’re feeling adventurous, play around and see what you come up with. It’s pretty hard to go wrong!

Once you have all the ingredients, they take only minutes to whip up. Make sure you use a good blender, though, or you’ll have some nasty chunks and bits and pieces floating around.

The mango sangria slushy needs frozen mango, oranges, frozen white nectarines, white wine, ice cubes and sugar.

Blend all the ingredients except for the ice cubes, until smooth. Check the taste and consistency. Want it a bit thicker and slushier? Add some ice cubes and blend some more.

For the blackberry sangria slushy, you’ll need frozen blackberries, frozen white nectarines, white wine, a touch of sugar, juice of a fresh lemon and possibly some frozen strawberries and some ice cubes—that part is up to you.

Again, blend all the ingredients except the ice cubes until smooth. Then add the ice cubes, a couple at a time, until you reach your preferred consistency.

The great thing about this recipe is that you can serve it immediately, or you can stick in the freezer for an hour or two. It’s equally delicious both ways.

Blackberry Sangria Slushy


  • 2 cups frozen blackberries
  • 2 cups white wine (slightly sweet)
  • 2 white nectarines, diced and frozen
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • Optional: ½ cup frozen strawberries
  • Optional: Ice cubes


  1. Blend all ingredients until mixture is smooth, thick and creamy.
  2. Add ice cubes, if desired, and blend until you reach your desired consistency.
  3. Serve immediately. Or store in the freezer for an hour or so, until ready to serve.

Mango Sangria Slushy


  • 2 cups frozen mango chunks
  • 2 cups white wine (slightly sweet)
  • 2 oranges, peeled and sliced
  • 2 white nectarines, diced and frozen
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • 6 ice cubes


  1. Blend all ingredients except ice, until smooth.
  2. Add ice, and blend until thick and creamy.
  3. Serve immediately, or store in the freezer for an hour or so before serving.

What’s your favorite adult drink?

Miriam Szokovski is the author of the historical novel Exiled Down Under, and a member of the editorial team. She shares her love of cooking, baking and food photography on’s food blog, Cook It Kosher.
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Miriam Szokovski August 27, 2013

Thanks for sharing that, Maunie. What a lovely sentiment. Reply

Maunie Sgobbo New Jersey August 8, 2013

slushes,but not Jewish I am not a Jew, but have always signed into Chabad.Org. I love the articles and I feel that everyone needs to understand Judaism to be who they are. The slushes belong on the love of life side. Many thanks. Reply

Miriam Szokovski August 5, 2013

Advance I would suggest freezing it for the first two hours, then transferring it to the fridge for the second two.

Also, freeze it in a big container, and ladle into glasses immediately before serving. Don't freeze it in the glasses.

Or, if you want to serve it in the glasses, I would suggest adding a second alcohol - something stronger, which will stop it from freezing through. Reply

Rishe Brooklyn August 4, 2013

advance How long in advance can it be made?
Making Friday night sheva brochos, would be nice to serve these to start the meal, but then I have to make them at least four hours in advance.

Advice? Reply

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