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'I'd Already Lost My Heart and Leg — Then I Lost My Uterus and Ovaries, Too'
Because summer ain't summer without turning your tongue orange, blue, and/or purple at least once.
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It's officially summer, and what better way to celebrate than with an icy slushie? These recipes are a healthy and refreshing way to cool down. Drink up!
If creamy treats are your thing, try this easy recipe before digging into the ice cream. Sweet cherry and peach are mixed with rich coconut milk for a slushie that's good enough to be dessert.
Grab the recipe from A House in the Hills.
This slushie couldn't get any easier. Blackberry and orange purée are frozen in ice cube trays and then blended and layered for this pretty (delicious) concoction.
Grab the recipe from Juliette Laura.
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For something a little more decadent, whip up this dark chocolate slushie made with cocoa powder and fresh coconut. A smashed berry topping adds a deliciously tart contrast.
Grab the recipe from The Artful Desperado.
Cool cucumber and mint perfectly complement each other in this icy creation. A dose of honey adds a little hint of sweetness for a mellow summer drink.
Perfect for summer BBQs, your family and friends will love drinking this refreshing summer slushie from a watermelon-turned-cup.
Grab the recipe from Minimalist Baker.
Forget about sugary root beer floats and try this float-like slushie instead. Simply whip up the blueberry slushie and layer with a frothy coconut topping for a healthy alternative.
Grab the recipe from How Sweet Eats.
This recipe uses a store-bought frozen vegetable and fruit blend, but you can easily freeze your own. This tropical treat features mangoes, oranges, and banana with sweet potato for an extra dose of vitamins.
Grab the recipe from Spoonful of Flavor.
Sweetened with agave nectar, this creamy treat is the perfect guilt-free alternative to your favorite milkshake.
Grab the recipe from Nyoutritious.
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By Jaclyn London, MS, RD, CDN