Peach Slush
Yield: approximately 8
Peach Slush is easy to make ahead, can be scaled up, and the pretty color and great flavor are bound to make it a hit at backyard barbecues, showers, and festive gatherings throughout the year.


  • 1 (6-ounce) can frozen lemonade, thawed
  • 1 cup (240mL) vodka (can use ¾ cup for lower alcohol)
  • 1 cup (248g) peaches*
  • Ginger ale
  • Ice


  1. Add the lemonade, vodka, and peaches to a blender.
  2. Fill the blender with ice, and blend until smooth.
  3. Pour into a freezer-safe container and store in the freezer until ready to use (at least overnight or up to several weeks in advance).
  4. When ready to serve, remove the peach mixture from the freezer to slightly thaw and transfer to punch bowl; the mixture will be solid. Pour ginger ale over top. You will need to do this 20-30 minutes in advance so it has time to turn to slush.

Helpful hints

Make a big batch: This recipe is great for entertaining and easy to scale up. Locals may appreciate that a triple batch fills a plastic Hammond’s pretzel tub perfectly. Note that you’ll want to blend the batches separately so as not to overload the blender.

*Anne Louise always uses canned peaches and and fills the cup with mainly peaches and a little bit of the juice. In season, fresh peaches may be used.

**Ginger ale is not an exact measurement, but plan on approximately one liter per batch. As the frozen peach mixture begins to thaw, the ginger ale combines with it to create a delicious, slushy-like cocktail.

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