Some very wise employees of a company I previously worked for compiled slush recipes for the holidays. There were seven different recipes posted, but I honed in on Pete’s. Since the post year is 2004, I can feel confident stating I have been making this slush for Christmas Eve for ten years. I’m not 100% positive, but I suspect some folks who continue to come to my Christmas Eve Open House continue to come only for Sneaky Pete’s Slush. It’s just a hunch.
Add the OJ, Cranberry, Vodka, Pineapple juice, and lemonade to a lidded, large bowl .
All mixed together and ready for a couple of days/weeks in the freezer.
This is the batch I made last week. I put three scoops of slush in a glass and then filled with soda. And another requirement(ask my eldest daughter), you have to drink it with a straw.
This is a glass of Christmas Eve slush. You still have time to make some but hurry!!
Sneaky Pete’s Slush
-2 16- ounce cans Orange Juice concentrate
-2 Cups cranberry juice cocktail
-2 12-ounce cans lemonade concentrate
-2 Cups pineapple juice
-1 fifth vodka(or 25 ozs)
-Soda/pop for mixer(50/50, 7-up, or Ginger Ale)
Mix all ingredients except soda and freeze. Make this several days ahead for the best slush but make sure to freeze for at least 48 hours. Scoop the slush into a glass and top with the soda.
Oh, hello holidays!!