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7-Eleven Cherry Slurpee Recipe
7-Eleven Cherry Slurpee
By Todd Wilbur

Recipe Type: Drink
Calories: 129
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Recipe Rating: 4.8 (31 reviews)
 
Put on a big red smile. Now you can make your own version of the popular convenience store slush we know from the excruciating brain freeze that follows a big ol gulp. You must have a blender to make this clone of 7-Elevens Slurpee, and enough room to stick that blender into your freezer to get it nice and thick. This recipe gets close to the original with Kool-Aid mix and a little help from cherry extract, but you can make this drink with any flavor Kool-Aid mix if you decide to make some variations, don't worry about adding extract. This recipe makes enough to fill one of those giant-size 32-ounce cups you find at the convenience store. Now if we could just figure out how to make those funky spoon-straws.
2 cups cold club soda
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon plus 1/8 teaspoon cherry flavored unsweetened Kool-Aid mix
1/2 teaspoon cherry extract
2 1/2 cups crushed ice
1. Pour 1 cup of the club soda into a blender. Add the sugar, Kool-Aid mix, and cherry extract. Blend this until all of the sugar is dissolved.

2. Add the crushed ice and blend on high speed until the drink is a slushy, smooth consistency, with no remaining chunks of ice.

3. Add the remaining club soda and blend briefly until mixed. You may have to stop the blender and use a long spoon to stir up the contents.

4. If necessary, put the blender into your freezer for 1/2-hour. This will help thicken it up. After 1/2-hour remove blender from freezer and, again, blend briefly to mix.

Makes one 32-ounce drink (or two 16-ouncers).


        
Sooooo good!
Ally  
Submitted on: 08/09/13
Just like the real thing. Made it for my little bros, now they won't stop asking me to make it for them! Good thing its so quick and easy. But, I've always found 7 elevens slurpees a bit too runny for my liking. So I add a cup more of ice since my brothers don't have the patience for it to chill in the freezer ;)
Marisa Moravec  
Submitted on: 07/11/12
Awesome! I used Cherry Crush instead of club soda and the Koolaid because it was lying around, but it was more or less perfect.
Ambaladaba  
Submitted on: 01/16/10
This is the most epic slurpie ever!
Mollie Smith  
Submitted on: 09/01/09
This brings back memories of my childhood. In Statesville where I live we had a 7-11 and a Pantry. Nickle candy and slurpees!
Dustin in Boise Idaho  
Submitted on: 03/15/09
They just recently closed down all the 7/11s here in Boise and finding a Slurpee is near impossible. Thanks Todd I've impressed my friends and helped myself.
Jen in Idaho  
Submitted on: 07/02/08
We miss the original of these from California. Wow, what a great replacement to make our own in Idaho. Tastes JUST LIKE the original
 
Submitted on: 06/23/08
We couldn't find cherry extract so we used Lemon Extract - it turned out great.My grandson left it in the freezer a little too long but all OK, he said it was like an Italian Ice!
blue crab lover  
Submitted on: 12/26/07
This is very good. I make it with my daughter. I liked it better with lemon lime koolaid and 1 tbs of lemon concentrate. So delicious. This is a keeper.
Amy  
Submitted on: 05/06/07
I used diet coke and splenda and made a cherry soda mix. OMG it is so good.
Taleiyah  
Submitted on: 10/12/06
I just made this, and it tastes just like the original. I love it!
Stephanie  
Submitted on: 04/25/06
This is a big hit with my kids. Tastes just like the original, even without the cherry extract, which I could not find in my local market. I found that a 1 liter bottle of club soda is good for 2 batches of this great recipe!
Anonymous  
Submitted on: 02/22/06
Great recipe! Very good with Splenda, too!
May-00  
Submitted on: 01/12/06
This stuff is great I'm drinking some right now!Also try it with orange extract and orange kool aid and use the whole packet of kool aid tons of flavor!!!!
Figgie  
Submitted on: 12/13/05
Tastes like the original. I have made it with Splenda and it is still just as yummy!! Gave recipe to all my friends.
Anonymous  
Submitted on: 12/09/05
Also very tasty using sugar free Kool-Aid. It was a dream come true for my neighbor girl who is diabetic...she thought her Slurpee days were over!
NextIronChef  
Submitted on: 12/07/05
Man I just di3d and went 2 h3aven. Th!s stuff is exactly like the real thing. Also try grape flavored k00l-Aid, that's preety good too.
V. Rose  
Submitted on: 12/05/05
This is FanTAStic. Amazingly refreshing on a hot summer day. AND you can use any flavor Koolaid.
 
Submitted on: 12/03/05
I'm really picky when it comes 2 cookin' but this recipe was AWESOME.
Kelly  
Submitted on: 12/02/05
This slurpee recipe was easy and tasted just like the original. My kids enjoy making their own slurpees and since we don't have a 7-11 near us anymore, we have the next best thing!
Anonymous  
Submitted on: 11/21/05
Great recipe if you do not live close to a 7-11.
Joey Durham  
Submitted on: 11/17/05
I loved it! My mom makes them all the time and I sit and slurp!!!!
jessika  
Submitted on: 10/11/05
Iloveit iam10yearold
Bob  
Submitted on: 10/03/05
I love it!!
Bob 2  
Submitted on: 10/03/05
this is great!!
Mel  
Submitted on: 09/20/05
I work at 7-11 what we use is a big box of syrup flavoring (called a bag-in-the box) and carbonated water. Also just so you know, they have a kids size "slurpee machine" for sale now. Most stores are sold out, but you might want to go online for it.
Erika  
Submitted on: 09/05/05
This is awsome but I used mystery kool-aid and instead of getting the red slurpee I got a blue slurpee.
C and E  
Submitted on: 08/25/05
This is the best!!! Do sprite for the club soda and lemon powder and lemon extract. It is da bomb!!!!
Ed  
Submitted on: 08/16/05
Tastes like the real thing! I didn't even have to put it in the freezer, it was already thick enough. Thanks again for another great recipe!
CDG  
Submitted on: 08/15/05
Awesome! This really tastes like the real thing! Great job! One thing you never want to do is to try and blend the ice first, it fries your blender's motor. Excellent recipe!!!!!!!!!! 5. :)
Bejordaccan  
Submitted on: 07/31/05
wonderful! I practically live off this site!
Margie B  
Submitted on: 07/28/05
This i s great. I love icees and such. I didn't have any club soda on hand so I used flavored pop (orange crusy) and deleted the flavoring, but used the rest of the remaining ingredients the same. Wonderful.