Chelsea Crockett
17th July

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DIY Summer Slurpee

Slurpees are such a fun summer treat. They are tangy frosty goodness! Instead of grabbing one at the gas station when you are out and about, how about making your own! This is a fun diy you can do with your friends or just for you!chelsea crockett

  1. Take a 2 liter bottle of soda and shake shake shake it up! Shake it for about 15 seconds to increase the pressure in the bottle.
  2. Place the bottle in the freezer for 3 and a half to 4 hours. You want the soda to get as cold as possible, but NOT freeze. Check your soda regularly between 3 ½ and 4 hours to make sure it is not freezing.
  3. Remove your soda from the freezer. In one movement, unscrew the bottle cap just enough to release some of the pressure, quickly tighten it back up, and turn the bottle upside down. Return it to the upright position and you should magically see slushie ice crystals begin to form immediately. Science!!

Who knew science could be frosty and delicious!? Try this sweet trick out and enjoy a yummy homemade slurpee this summer!

XOXO Chels

 

New Post has been published on http://www.chelseacrockett.com/wp/food-2/diy-summer-slurpee/DIY Summer SlurpeeSlurpees are such a fun summer treat. They are tangy frosty goodness! Instead of grabbing one at the gas station when you are out and about, how about making your own! This is a fun diy you can do with your friends or just for you!
Take a 2 liter bottle of soda and shake shake shake it up! Shake it for about 15 seconds to increase the pressure in the bottle.
Place the bottle in the freezer for 3 and a half to 4 hours. You want the soda to get as cold as possible, but NOT freeze. Check your soda regularly between 3 ½ and 4 hours to make sure it is not freezing.
Remove your soda from the freezer. In one movement, unscrew the bottle cap just enough to release some of the pressure, quickly tighten it back up, and turn the bottle upside down. Return it to the upright position and you should magically see slushie ice crystals begin to form immediately. Science!!
Who knew science could be frosty and delicious!? Try this sweet trick out and enjoy a yummy homemade slurpee this summer!
XOXO Chels

 
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