Mouth-Watering Raspberry Slushy Recipe With Just 65 calories

Here is my favorite raspberry slushy recipe with only 65 calories! It’s sweet, and refreshing, and comes together with only 3 main ingredients. This raspberry drink is great for hot summer days and the best part is that you can make it a few hours ahead.

I loved how cold and cooling this recipe turned out, the mint leaves added an extra cooling effect so don’t throw them away. Besides, mint leaves help with bad breath and bloating so that’s another reason to chew them with your drinks.

Raspberry slushy

Raspberry Slushy Benefits

Raspberries – are packed with antioxidants and vitamin C along with potassium and fiber. Adding raspberries to your diet regularly can help reduce oxidative stress, and inflammation and improve your cognitive health.

Honey – especially raw organic honey has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It also contains some antioxidants so always use raw honey to get all of its amazing benefits. 

Water – and ice will cool your thirst and keep you hydrated during hot summer days!

Raspberry slushy ingredients

Raspberry Slushy Recipe

Note: My raspberry slushy came out really thick because I didn’t use crushed ice and less water but following the recipe below, yours will come out much better.

Ingredients for 1 serving | Total time: 5 minutes

  • 2/3 cup of raspberries (frozen)
  • 1 teaspoon of raw honey
  • 1 cup of crushed ice
  • 1/4 cup of water or more

How To Make Raspberry Slushy

Add the raspberry, ice, water, and honey into a high-speed blender and pulse a few times to break up the ice (if using large ice like I did).

how to make raspberry slushy

Blend until smooth and serve over more ice (optional). Garnish with mint leaves, and raspberries and bon-appetit!

Raspberry Slushy Nutrition Facts

Each serving of this raspberry slushy has | 65 calories | 0.4g total fat | 0g saturated fat | 0mg cholesterol | 5mg sodium | 8g total carbs | 4.3g dietary fiber | 11g total sugars | 0.8g protein | 20mg calcium | 0mg iron | 102mg potassium | These facts are based on a 2000-calorie diet.


You can put this slushy in the fridge for a few hours and it’ll remain chilled. You can also keep it in the freezer but it will freeze up the slushy. When that happens, just thaw it on your kitchen counter and enjoy.

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