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Fruit slush which can be eaten as is or used as drinks.
Mix water and sugar until sugar desolves. Add juices and fruit. Also add the juices from the peaches and pineapple. Freeze overnight or 4 to 8 hours stirring a few times after mixture has begun to freeze. This keeps fruit mixed in and to avoid fruit from rising to the top.
This can be dipped direct from the freezer for an icy treat or put into a blender for a wonder smoothie.
I use a 3 gallon storage container to make it. It fills it about 3/4 full.
The kids love this both as an icy treat or as a drink.
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