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Very Berry Slushee

How to Make this Very Berry Slushee

If you’ve never had a refreshing summer “slushee” recipe you’ve definitely been missing out! This Blackberry Lemonade Slushee is absolutely going to hit the spot when you’re craving a sweet treat that will also help you meet your goals! 

The star ingredient in this yummy drink is 310 Blackberry Lemonade, which features a burst of real, juicy berry flavor for only 10 calories per serving. Combined with the coconut water, frozen berries, and lime juice, it’s a true flavor explosion for your taste buds that makes for an exciting treat to enjoy with company or any time you want!

Read on to learn how to make this icy summer indulgence…

Ingredients:

Directions: 

  1. Combine ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Serve and enjoy! 

Nutrition:

  • Calories: 128
  • Carbs: 39g
  • Net Carbs: 32g
  • Fiber: 7g
  • Fat: 1g
  • Protein: 2g

What You Need to Make this Slushee

Ready to be totally refreshed?! Let’s review the ingredients to make this delicious, guilt-free drink. I used 310 Blackberry Lemonade, coconut water, frozen mixed berries, fresh lime, and ice. If you ever enjoyed a slushee treat as a kid, this one will rival the ones you remember, while being extremely hydrating and healthy for you! And it can even help with your weight loss goals.

310 Blackberry Lemonade

Sometimes plain water just isn’t exciting enough… and in that case, you may reach for a sugary drink, putting a major dent in your calorie and clean eating goals. But 310 Lemonade allows you to enjoy the taste of a fruity, juicy “sweet beverage”, for only 10 calories per serving.

Not only that, but 310 Lemonades contain pH balancing minerals that help to keep your body in an alkaline environment – which is the ideal state for weight loss. When the body is too acidic, it’s considered to be out of balance, and you may feel sluggish and have trouble dropping pounds.

310 Lemonades also contain a special green tea extract that helps support a healthy metabolism, and has been shown to increase calorie-burning when used in conjunction with a healthy, low-calorie diet and exercise.

Not to mention that all the flavors of 310 Lemonade taste incredibly delicious, and it’s a drink you’ll truly look forward to drinking! All 310 Lemonades are unique in that they…

  • Have only 10 calories per serving & 2g of carbs
  • Are sweetened naturally, with nothing artificial
  • Contain alkalizing minerals
  • Help crush your sweet tooth without sugar

Recipe Variations

Want to change up this recipe based on the ingredients you have on hand or your individual taste preferences? You can alter it in a bunch of ways and it will still taste completely dessert-like and delicious. Here are some variations that I recommend you try, or feel free to create your own!

  • Replace 310 Blackberry Lemonade with another juicy lemonade flavor
  • Use a different type of frozen fruit like peaches or pineapple
  • Add in some frozen avocado chunks for healthy fats
  • Replace coconut water with coconut milk for a creamier texture

How to Make this Recipe

Learn how to make this recipe with the full recipe card up top!

What's your favorite recipe using 310 Lemonade? Let us know in the comments below for a chance to be featured on our blog! 

Like this recipe? Check out other delicious, nutritionist-approved 310 Nutrition recipes here! 

 

Written by:

Sierra Rodriguez

310 Nutrition - Nutritionist & Health Coach

Sierra Rodriguez is a Nutritionist and Health Coach for 310 Nutrition helping to educate and motivate individuals to live their best, healthiest lives. She graduated with a Bachelors of Nutrition Sciences from the University of Nevada Las Vegas and continues her studies pursuing her BSN, RN at Roseman University. Sierra [...]