Coca Cola Slushie [Easy Recipe]

It’s hot outside, and you need something cooling and refreshing, what better way to cool yourself than with a nice homemade Coca Cola slushie?

This recipe is made easy, and it tastes so fresh. Make this Coca-Cola slushie on a hot summer day!

If you are debating between slushie vs smoothie,  and fancy something ultra sweet and icy, then the answer is definitely a slushie!

Coca-Cola Slushie

Can You Turn Coke Into a Slushie?

You can most certainly turn Coke into a slushie, however, you need to plan ahead!

Either freeze a can of Coke in a freezer ice tray, or alternatively, use regular water ice, and pour a can of Coke in a blender for a quick 2-minute slushie!

Ice is the secret to making a delicious Coke slushie.

How Long Should I Leave a Coke In The Freezer To Make a Slushie?

Ideally, leave the coke in the freezer overnight, so that it freezes completely.

However, if you need a slushie on the same day, leave the Coke for a minimum of 3 hours in the freezer.

That way you will have solid enough cubes of iced Coke, and you can throw them in a blender. 

Coca-Cola Slushie

How To Make a Coke Slushie Fast (Cheat)

If you want to make a slushie on the fly, what you need is a LOT of ice.

Fill up half of your blender with ice cubes, then pour a 220ml can of coke, and blend until all broken up.

Serve immediately.

If you have more time, check the recipe below.

How to Make a Coca Cola Slushie With a Blender

You will need:

  • Original Coca-Cola
  • Cranberry Juice

To make a Coke slushie freeze the Coke in freeze trays, once frozen –  add all of your ingredients to a blender, and blitz until the ice is broken up.
Serve immediately.

Variations

Here are some variations of this recipe:

  • Use any type of Coke you like, e.g., zero cherry, diet coke, etc.
  • Add a handful of frozen berries for a rich red color
  • Add any type of fruit juice you like to help the blending

Anyway!
We hope you like this delicious easy slushie recipe with coke. Any thoughts, or things you have tried that work better, feel free to drop us a comment below. We are here to learn, just like you.
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Coca-Cola Slushie

Coca-Cola Slushie [Easy Recipe]

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It's hot outside, and you need something cooling and refreshing, what better way to cool yourself than with a nice homemade Coca-Cola slushie?

  • Total Time: 4 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x

Ingredients

Units Scale
  • Ingredients For Method 1:
  • 3 cups frozen coca-cola cubes
  • 50 ml fruit juice (cranberry, cherry, grape)
  • Ingredients For Method 2:
  • 220ml can of coke
  • 20 ice cubes (or just fill half your blender with ice)

Instructions

  1. Method 1:
  2. If you don’t have prepared frozen Coke cubes, open 2 cans of Coke and pour them into your freezer cube trays. Leave them to fully set overnight.
  3. The next day, measure 3 cups of the cubes and add them to your blender along with the fruit juice. Blend for a minimum of 5 minutes, stopping and scraping off the sides.
  4. If needed add more fruit juice, but be careful, you don’t want to make it too runny.
  5. For a red velvety color, add a handful of red berries to the blender (optional)
  6. Serve immediately and enjoy!
  7. Method 2:
  8. Fill your blender halfway with ice, and add 225ml of coke. Blend until creamy and icy.
  9. Serve and enjoy!

Notes

Best consumed straight away.

Variations

Here are some variations of this recipe:

  • Use any type of Coke you like, e.g., zero cherry, diet coke, etc.
  • Add a handful of frozen berries for a rich red color
  • Add any type of fruit juice you like to help the blending
  • Author: Ella Waterworth
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 minutes
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Cuisine: American

Nutrition

  • Calories: 322
  • Sugar: 60
  • Carbohydrates: 78
Ella Waterworth
Ella Waterworth

Founder & Recipe Developer at Smoothies N Cookies

Ella Waterworth is the founder of Smoothies N Cookies and she is a professional smoothie recipe creator. She gained extensive knowledge of creating smoothies by working for Smoothie King for several years.

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