Think outside the can.
TikTokers have given almost every food a makeover, and there’s one that’s perfect for when you want to give your go-to hard seltzer an upgrade. Yep, I’m talking about slushies made with White Claw, and there are so many combos to try for a fruity twist on your standard seltzer. To see what it’s all about, check out these 15 White Claw slushie recipes on TikTok.
From the viral dalgona coffee trend to feta pasta, TikTok is always bringing it in the recipe department. Sometimes the recipes are a little involved, but this slushie recipe is one of the simpler ones, and there are so many ways to customize it. If you're 21 years or older, you can enjoy these White Claw slushie recipes that only require a few ingredients and are easy to make at home.
For these White Claw slushie recipes, you'll only need a can of White Claw hard seltzer, fresh or frozen fruit, additional liquor (if you want), and a blender or a processor like a Nutribullet or a Ninja. It's unclear where the White Claw slushie trend first began, but it appears to have surfaced as far back as March 2020. As of June 22, 2021, the #whiteclawslushie tag on TikTok has 1.3 million views. If you're ready to try your hand at one of these slushie recipes, grab your White Claw out of the fridge and get prepared to mix.
1. Raspberry White Claw Slushie
This recipe came from TikToker @mizzike. To make this slushie, fill a large glass halfway with ice. Next, add one can of White Claw Raspberry. Then, measure one shot of vodka. Pour in some ginger ale to taste and add in a handful of raspberries before blending it all together.
2. Strawberry-Raspberry Boozy Slushie
This one added some strawberry to the mix. TikToker @shelbystone posted this recipe that calls for a mason jar full of ice, a helping of whole strawberries (she uses frozen), two cans of White Claw Raspberry, and vodka. She doesn't specify the amount of vodka, but it looks to be about a shot or two. Finally, mix it all up in a blender.
3. Mango White Claw Slushie
TikToker @brendapalafox5 went the mango route. To recreate it, mix White Claw Mango with about a glass of ice and some frozen mango pieces. Next, add a sweetener such as agave syrup and top it off with two shots of vodka and blend. The video shows it served in a glass rimmed with what looks like Tajin for a spicy kick.
4. Pineapple-Raspberry White Claw Slushie
This taste of summer came from TikToker @hurtangell. Get out your blender and add about a cup of ice. Next, put in some frozen pineapple pieces and pour in a half a can of White Claw Raspberry. Mix that together until it's blended. Pour it in a glass and set it aside.
Then, blend another cup of ice and add frozen raspberries this time, along with the rest of your White Claw Raspberry. Pour this mixture on top of your pineapple mix and you get a pretty, two-toned, boozy slushie.
5. White Claw Berry Lemonade Slushie
TikToker user @cortneywilkins posted this genius hack for lemonade stans. Blend together ice, a cup of lemonade, a cup of frozen berry mix, and two cans of White Claw Raspberry. Her video makes enough for at least two people, because White Claw slushies call for a drinking buddy.
6. Watermelon-Lemon-Strawberry Slushie
This recipe from TikToker @skylartilton uses a blend of White Claw Watermelon, White Claw Lemon, and fresh strawberries. Mix that together with ice and some vodka of your choice and it's ready to go.
7. Strawberry Agave White Claw Slushie
TikTok user @ash_lur posted this recipe of an extra sweet slushie. All you’ll need is ice, two White Claws, two shots of vodka, frozen strawberries, and plenty of agave to finish it off before blending it all together.
8. Berry Lemon White Claw Slushie
To give your sip a little brightness, try this slushie from TikToker @bartendo_. It combines one cup of frozen mixed berries, two teaspoons of sugar, a half-ounce of lemon juice, and one-third of a can of White Claw Cherry. You can also garnish it with a lemon peel twist for a ‘Gram-worthy sip.
9. Mixed Fruit White Claw Slushie
You can put an extra fruity spin on your usual White Claw with this recipe by TikToker @sincerelymaddie6. You’ll need to add some frozen mixed fruit into a blender, and then add vodka, White Claw, and ice.
10. Ginger Ale Raspberry White Claw Slushie
For this recipe, which was shared by TikToker @rustygarbarge, you’ll need to add ice, White Claw, two shots of vodka, ginger ale, and some raspberries to your blender before you mix it up into a pink slushie.
11. Green White Claw Slushie
For a refreshing sip, you’ll want to check out this Green White Claw Slushie, which was shared by the @recipes TikTok account. Pour some Lime White Claw into a blender. Then, add a quarter cup of fresh mint, half a cup of cucumber, and ice before blending it. After you pour the concoction into a cup, you can garnish it with mint and a slice of cucumber.
12. Rocket White Claw Slushie
The Rocket White Claw Slushie by TikToker @nokeynokestar features Mango White Claw, ice, and piña colada mix blended together. Add strawberry syrup and drizzle it over your cup before pouring in the blended concoction. Finally, pour in some blue raspberry mix so it looks like a Rocket Pop.
13. Açai Cranberry White Claw Slushie
For a tropical twist, check out this açai cranberry White Claw Slushie by TikToker @francescasofiaa12. Add açai puree, White Claw, cranberry juice, and ice together and then blend.
14. Spicy Mango White Claw Slushie
Add some heat to your next sip with this recipe by TikToker @thecommunalfeast. Add pieces of mango, lime juice, White Claw, and vodka into a blender. Then, add in a few slices of a jalapeño pepper before blending the spicy concoction all together.
15. Mango Lime White Claw Slushie
TikToker @springroll99 said this recipe was made with “everything I have left in my fridge...” but it’s totally easy to replicate. You need two shots of mango-flavored rum, a can of White Claw Lime, and mango-flavored juice (the recipe used a mango-passion fruit blend). You simply blend it all together and enjoy.
These recipes all use White Claw, but you can probably substitute any brand of hard or non-alcoholic seltzer with similar fruit flavors to make any of the sips work, so give whatever you have on hand a try. Who knows, you might just create the next TikTok trend.
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