Huckleberry Vodka Slush

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In my neck of the woods in western Canada, wild huckleberry bushes are plentiful and ripe for the picking right now for those willing to hike into the bush to gather the berries. Huckleberries are deep purple in color and packed with sweet and tart flavors that are bursting with flavor. They taste wonderful eaten fresh with a splash of cream, tossed into pancake or muffin batter, mashed into a jam, used as a topping on a luscious dessert or blended into a tasty drink like this Huckleberry Vodka Slush. This is a cool and refreshing treat just for the grown ups to enjoy, but of course, you can turn this into a kid-friendly mocktail by eliminating the alcohol.

Huckleberry Vodka Slush

Using the Zoku Shake And Slush Maker, a couple cups of fresh berries, a little bit of sugar and a splash of water and vodka, I made this frozen Huckleberry Vodka Slush that was ready to eat in just 15 minutes. The Zoku Slush And Shake Maker cups are awesome for making personal-sized frozen drinks from your favorite blends of juice, fruit and beverages. The cups instantly freeze any liquid into a frozen slush in only 10 minutes. Drinks with alcohol require an addition few minutes freezing time. Not only are Zoku Slush And Shake Makers fun for the whole family, they are great for entertaining too!

 Zoku Slush & Shake Maker

To make huckleberry vodka slush, place 2 cups of huckleberries, 1/3 cup of fine granulated white sugar and 1/2 cup of water in a blender. Blend on high for 2 minutes until the berries turn into a smooth puree. Divide the mixture evenly between two Zoku Slush & Shake Makers that have been in the freezer for at least 12 hours. Instantly begin scraping the sides of the cups with the plastic Zoku spoons because the liquid will start to freeze immediately. Scrape and stir the huckleberry mixture for about 10 minutes, or until it has turned into an icy slush.

Huckleberry Vodka Slush | Zoku Slushie Recipe

Add 1.5 ounces vodka to the cup and continue stirring for another 3 to 5 minutes until the mixture thickens up again. Sit back and relax and dig in to your huckleberry vodka slushie drink for a refreshing and well-deserved treat. Skip the alcohol to make this huckleberry slushie kid-friendly.

Huckleberry Vodka Slushie

Huckleberry Vodka Slush

If you enjoyed this recipe for huckleberry vodka slush, you may like my recipes for huckleberry ice cream and huckleberry cheesecake popsicles too!

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