Homemade Slurpee (frozen Deliciousness)

Ever wanted a slurpee but didn't want to get up and out into the car well BAM here you go. as long as you have pop laying around

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Step 1: Materials

choose your pop, have a freezer simple

Step 2: Shake It Goooooddddd

shake it till it is firm the throw it in the freezer for an hour to an hour in a half depending on how cold it is already. 
DON'T be alarmed when you pull it out and there is no ice, this is how it should be if you see ice you had it in too long and you now have a popsicle <(does that count as a second ible).  open it to release pressure then close it and shake it a bit.

1-1;30 hours MAX

Step 3: Yer Done

you're done. um open it over a sink or outside just in case!!!

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    joshr123

    5 years ago

    works with any pop

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    rcollard

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I wonder what shaking does to it and how you learned this trick lol... did it take a lot of "trial and error"...? ;) I will be trying this as I LOVE slurpees even though they're horrible for you. Would this work with Sierra Mist do you think? (ingredients are different from other pops slightly; real sugar vs HFCS and less other ingredients)

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    Barb37

    6 years ago on Introduction

    WOW - Thank you for solving one of the great mysteries of life for me - how to get the soft, lush,Slurpee texture and consistency versus winding up with a bottle of frozen, crunchy "shards" of ice!