Blueberry Lime-Aid Slushie Recipe

5 from 1 vote

Sharing our favorite slushie recipe today! My Blueberry Lime-Aid Slushie is such a fun ice cold drink to make for your family and friends! Sweet and perfectly tart.

slushie recipe in a glass with straw data-lazy-srcset=

Slushie Recipe

If you are need of some cooling off, grab the kids and blender and whip up my Slushie Blueberry Lime-Aid. It’s icy, cold and sparkly. This one does not disappoint. Enjoy friends and stay cool!

Try my Mango Peach Slushie too! Follow Picky Palate on Instagram for daily recipe inspiration.

Simple line-up for ya.

Ingredients For Blueberry Lime-Aid

  • frozen blueberries– Frozen blueberries help add to the slushy aspect. Use frozen over fresh for this reason.
  • Sierra Mist or Sprite- I pick up a 2 liter of either Sprite or Sierra Mist. Whatever your preference.
  • honey-Honey adds just a touch of sweetness to the slushie.
  • fresh limes– I love the fresh zest of fresh lime juice. It’s a nice layer of flavor.
  • ice cubes– Ice cubes will give the slushie it’s icy consistency along with the frozen blueberries.

How To Make Slushie Recipe

  1. Place all ingredients into high powered blender of choice. Blend until well combined and slushy. Taste with a spoon and if it’s too tart for you, add a couple spoonfuls of granulated sugar to sweeten up. Pour into individual glasses and add lemon-lime soda over top.

adding slushie ingredients to blender

You’ll need 2 lovely limes cut in half to squeeze into your blender.

adding blueberries and lime juice to blender

Add those blueberries and lime juice to start.

Can I Use Fresh Blueberries?

Yes, you can use fresh blueberries, but I prefer frozen, as it keeps the blended mixture ice cold and adds texture too.

What If I Don’t Have A Fancy Blender?

You can use any blender that you’ve got. Nothing fancy needed.

adding honey and ice cubes to blender

Some honey and ice cubes follow!

slushie recipe

Pour in your lemon-lime soda.

blending slushie recipe

Alright, ready to blend.

slushie recipe in glasses

Oh yah! Pretty color right?

slushie recipe in glasses

Refreshing and perfect for summer.

How To Serve Slushie

Serve your slushie in your favorite glasses and enjoy. Top with whipped cream if desired for an added sweetness.


Store any leftover slushie in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

5 from 1 vote

Blueberry Lime-Aid Slushy

This Blueberry Lime-Aid Slushy is such a fun and refreshing drink to make for the family!
Course: Beverage, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings: 8
Calories: 85kcal
Author: Jenny
Cost: $15
Print Pin


  • Blender
  • measuring spoons
  • measuring cups


  • 12 ounces frozen blueberries
  • 2 limes
  • 4 tablespoons honey
  • 2 cups ice
  • 2 cups lemon-lime soda


  • Place all ingredients into high powered blender of choice. Blend until well combined and slushy. Taste with a spoon and if it’s too tart for you, add a couple spoonfuls of granulated sugar to sweeten up. Pour into individual glasses and add lemon-lime soda over top.


Calories: 85kcal | Carbohydrates: 23g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 7mg | Potassium: 55mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin A: 31IU | Vitamin C: 9mg | Calcium: 8mg | Iron: 1mg
Keywords: blueberries, homemade slushie, homemade slushy, how to make a slushie, how to make a slushy, lime aid recipe, recipe for slushie, recipe for slushy, slushie recipe, slushy, slushy recipe

Pin Blueberry Lime-Aid

photo collage of blueberry slushie

Related Posts

47 Responses
  1. Lily

    5 stars
    This is an amazing..recipe till now……! I always find some like this recipe, it looks so yummy & sound too delicious as well….Thanks for sharing….a beautiful recipe…..!

  2. Bobbi

    I just have to say, I’ve made this three times and it has been a huge hit in all three crowds. Such a refreshing drink! Well done!

  3. katy

    Just made it and LOVED it! This will be a saved recipe. Highly recommended… blends perfectly!

  4. Melissa

    Hi – I was wondering if you had tried fresh blueberries in this recipe. If you have, would I add the same amount?? My father-in-law is about to bring in all of his and I would love to make some of these as a treat for myself. 🙂
    Thanks! Your recipes are delish!

    1. Jenny

      Hi Melissa,
      I haven’t tried fresh blueberries yet, but I would freeze them first because that’s what gives part of the slushy-ness 🙂

  5. MikeVFMK

    So here’s the deal. I’m sitting here watching the Olympics and I’m thirsty. Really thirsty. And I come visit your beautiful site and this post jumps out. (Obvious reasons) So aside from the beautiful photos and the thirst quenching name, I read and jump to the recipe. And cross my fingers that I have the ingredients (I do, yay!) So I just made it. And winner. Not thirsty any more. Saving this for the next time!!

  6. Meagan @ Scarletta Bakes

    Love the flavors going on in these slushies! And those adorable little jars with the straws – what a fun summer treat. Thanks, Jenny!!

  7. Minnie(@thelady8home)

    This one I am surely going to try out. Looks extremely refreshing!! With temps soaring sky high, nothing could be better.

  8. Gena@BakeAllTheThings!

    Oh this is fantastic for summer! I have a bag of frozen raspberries in my freezer – I bet it would be fabulous with that switch too!!

  9. Cathy @ Noble Pig

    We are rarely hot in Oregon but we still indulge in the icy drink! This looks perfect-o! We have lots of blueberries here from blueberry picking so this is a must treat.

  10. Carla @ Carla's Confections

    Mmmm these look perfect for the hot weather!!! That is such a beautifully colorful drink! So yummy looking 🙂

  11. Annie @ Annie's City Kitchen

    Oh my goodness, they look so refreshing! I don’t know why I’ve never thought to put soda in a smoothie. This opens up a world of possibilities…..

  12. Madeleine

    Love the ingredient line-up pic – the honey bear looks like he’s doing a hand stand! This looks tasty, and perfect for summer!

  13. shelly (cookies and cups)

    Not only am I dying for one of those slushies I am insanely jealous of that blender!

  14. Christina @ Sweet Pea's Kitchen

    Mmmm…what a refreshing drink! This would be espically great during this heat wave we have been suck in! 🙂

  15. JulieD

    I absolutely love these, Jenny!!! Obsessed with blueberries & these drinks look perfect for summer. Thank you!

  16. RavieNomNoms

    That looks awesome! I think I would use Fresca if ti were me. Would add a nice citrus flavor to it, but it sure does look amazing!

  17. Maura @ My Healthy 'Ohana

    I just got a Ninja blender and can’t wait to make this! I have frozen mango and Fresca, so may try that combination…thanks for the inspiration 🙂

Welcome to Picky Palate!

Picky PalateWelcome to my online kitchen! Picky Palate is where you’ll find family friendly recipes along with the best Disney eats, tips and copycat recipes! Read More...

Recipe Categories

Picky Palate Disney Hungry

Never Miss an Update!

Sign up to get easy recipes or Disney tips delivered to your inbox for FREE!