Introduction: Fruizzle - the Blender Free Smoothie

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Frozen drinks don't have to be complicated to be delicious.  In fact with just 2 ingredients, a cup, and a spoon you can make a very tasty smoothie.  In this ible we will be making one of my favorites, the fruizzle.  It's quick, easy, and crazy delicious!

Step 1: 2 Ingredients, a Cup, and a Spoon

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Other than the cup and spoon you will need the following:

1. Sherbet - Any flavor will do, feel free to mix the flavors.  In this Ible I used Lime.
2. Sprite - any sprite knock off/generic brand will do as well, you'll notice from the pictures that I used "Twist Up".

Step 2: Sherbet Time

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No matter how you pronounce it, Sherbet is always amazing!  Fill your cup to the top with your favorite flavor.

Step 3: Add the Lemon Lime Goodness

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Once you're satisfied with the height of your sherbet in your cup it's time to add the lemon lime soda.  As stated before, this really isn't technical; it doesn't need to be sprite, it can be "Faygo Twist" for all I care.  A good rule of thumb here is to fill the cup about 3/4 of the way with the soda.  You can adjust it later if you need to.

Step 4: Mix It Up

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After you have added the sprite simply mix it up with a spoon.  Smash the sherbet into the bottom or into the sides to get it nice and mixed in with the soda.  If you need to add more soda after mixing then go for it.  Mine was a little thick in the picture so I added just a little more twist up to perfect the consistency.

Step 5: Go Crazy!

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That's it!  Fruizzles are super easy, crazy good, and clean up is a breeze!  Because of this fruizzles are great for large groups of people, and did I mention no blender needed!  Come on, how cool is that?  Now go nuts with your fruizzle concoctions!

Comments

ashleaf (author)2014-07-23

It's really good. I'm drinking it right now.

looop45 (author)2014-07-17

Delicious! but it's technically a shake not a smoothie. Come on people!!!

abbyr (author)2012-02-08

cool! this would be great for saint patricks day

nowimhungry! (author)2011-09-25

We have used this for the punch bowl at special occasions; sooooo good! Just keep adding sherbet as needed and quarts of cold Sprite etc. to the bowl. It is as beautiful in the little cups as it is in the big punch bowl! The ladle scoops off just the right amount of sherbet to make that oh so delicious, creamy heavenly drink!

newsetter2900 (author)2011-07-12

Can't wait to try it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

farzadbayan (author)2011-06-21

Looks delicious for hot days! Thanks! ;)

pietrolocko (author)2011-06-01

In my country( Brazil), this is called Vaca-Preta ( Black-Cow),when mixed icecream flakes with coca.In this case Vaca-verde( Green-Cow),depends on the flavors ...

shveet (author)2011-05-26

i do this with ginger ale and french vanilla ice cream, it is amazing.

Spaceman Spiff (author)shveet2011-05-30

Just tried it, and loved it!

shveet (author)Spaceman Spiff2011-05-31

thumbs up to you my friend!

Spaceman Spiff (author)shveet2011-05-26

Wow, that does sound amazing! I'm going to try that.

Spaceman Spiff (author)2011-05-30

Don't forget to vote!!!

90mp11 (author)2011-05-27

As an English man, what is sherbet? Over here, its a fruit flavoured powder consisting of citric acid and sodium bicarbonate so it mildly fizzes...

ladyastolat (author)90mp112011-05-27

In the US sherbet is a frozen dessert, similar to a sorbet, but it does have some dairy in it. They are typically citrus flavored. Perhaps it's called something else over there?

Kaki (author)2011-05-24

..Isn't this an ice cream float? :P

Spaceman Spiff (author)Kaki2011-05-24

Technically it's a Sherbet float, and it's amazing!

Mrballeng (author)2011-05-23

clever

splazem (author)2011-05-23

I just did this recently. I love it. Great job!

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