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Fuzzy Navel Slush Recipe
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Fuzzy Navel Slush

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"This is a great slush for those who enjoy the drink by the same name."

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    10 mins

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  1. In a large freezer container, combine water and sugar. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Stir in orange juice concentrate, lemonade concentrate and peach schnapps. Cover and freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
  2. To serve, fill glass 3/4 of the way full with slush, then top off with lemon-lime soda, and stir.
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Dec 07, 2003

I did make some changes. I only added 1 cup of sugar and heated the water and sugar until the sugar dissolved. This is a great drink and so easy. When guests are over, you don't have to mix up Fuzzy Navels, just use this. Perfect for a group of people.

Dec 07, 2003

This went over well at our poker night...esspecially among the women. I too only used 1 cup sugar and it turned out very good! This would make a great summer beverage! Thanks Robin!


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Dec 07, 2003

Wow Robin! Great beverage! I used this for a ladies luncheon where nobody drinks coffee, tea or milk. We're all coke and pepsi drinkers....BUT EVEN COKE DRINKERS GET TIRED OF IT AND WANT SOMETHING DIFFERENT. This was definitely different and will be my drink of choice both in the winter and the summer! Thanks for sharing this wonderful drink recipe. BTW, I cut down on the water by two cups and did not add any sugar. It was very tasty that way. Of course everyone went home with this recipe!

Dec 07, 2003

This is a very tasty and super simple drink to prepare and share with guests or just as a treat to me, myself and I! I usually add a full medium size bottle of peach schnapps and it turns out just fine. Be sure to prepare a day ahead so it's iced up and ready to enjoy! Thanks for sharing!

Dec 07, 2003

Very easy and so refreshing. I made this for a barbeque and it was gone in the first hour.

Feb 04, 2010

Very yummy! Notes: I used one cup of sugar, but felt like it would have been quite sweet enough without the sugar entirely, and will skip it in the future. We used the whole bottle of schnapps, and served it with ginger ale-- so good! I would recommend freezing it for longer than 4 hours, it was barely icy at that point. Perhaps 8 would be better.

Feb 04, 2010

I just finished making up a big batch and a half of this for a Super Bowl party this weekend. As lots of people suggested, I left out the sugar. Was so eager to try it that I stuck a cup of it in the freezer seperate from the rest, just so I could try it sooner. It is SO yummy. Definitely sweet enough withough the sugar! I even only added some seltzer water to it just now because we don't keep soda in the house...still sweet enough for my tastes! I know this is going to be a hit at the party, and go too fast!

May 26, 2007

WOW! Great summer slush!!! I omitted the sugar and used a diet lemon lime drink so I could add more peach schnapps. Everyone raved.


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