Strawberry & Mint Riesling Slushie

Well things have progressed slowly with the wedding plans, although I’ve still got a lot of the essential things that need doing. You know, just things like caterers, buses and accommodation… but THE dress has been bought! It’s amazing and I love it. Yes! Unfortunately you’re all going to have to wait until March to see it. Don’t worry, I’m sure it’s going to come around really soon. Gulp. So much to do!

 

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Righto, as you may (or may not be aware) today is the MELBOURNE CUP! It’s the race that stops the nation. (C’mon number 5, 6 or 17 – I’ve spent up a big fat $2 on each of you!). Anyway, it’s a day of fancy frocks, facinators, French champagne and fast horses – so I thought I’d better arm you with the bestest’ most delicious boozy drink to make at your Melbourne Cup party – too fun! This is a lovely (slightly sweet) fresh drink that would be perfect on a nice warm day (which today is supposed to be (in Melbourne anyway – fingers crossed). So, pop down to the shops, pick up some strawberries (they’re in season), a lime and a wine. Blitz it all in the blender then pop it in the freezer before your guests come around.

I highly recommend you give it a go. It’s something a little different for your Melbourne Cup party, or for any one of your summer BBQs.

Giddy up.

x e.

 

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Strawberry & Mint Riesling Slushie

2 1/2 cups strawberries
juice of one lime
750ml Riesling or another sweet wine
2 tbsp sugar
a handful of mint finely chopped

 

1. Set one cup of Riesling aside.

2. Place all other ingredients into a food processor and blitz until smooth. Pour the mixture into an ice tray (I used a mini loaf tin which worked perfectly) and freeze for a minimum of four hours.

3. After the mixture has frozen, place it back in the food processor with the remaining cup of Riesling and blitz until smooth. Serve immediately in glass with a cute paper straw!

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  1. ALL too drinkable I’m sure. These photos are beautiful – wonderful styling.

  2. I was never a fan of those lurid coloured slushies at the cinema or 711 but THIS kind of slushie I can totally get on board with! Deliciousness.

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