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This Boozy Rainbow Candy Slushie Is Officially The Drink Of The Summer

The only thing I can think of when I see this drink is: "Raindrops, lollipops, and rainbows" - everything that happiness is made of. And even though summer is not a time for raindrops (drop-top...sorry I had to), it's definitely time for getting day drunk with fruity drinks on the patio.

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This cocktail is super easy and incredibly fun to make. It's colourful, sweet, and the best part is, you can make it as boozy as you want! Or if you're not a drinker, you could totally also substitute the booze for Sprite or just water.

If this dangerously delicious rainbow candy drink doesn't bring out the sugar, spice and everything nice inside of you, I don't know what will. Here's how you make it!

2. Line a dish with parchment paper and place the glass upside down on the dish. Let it sit in the freezer until the sprinkles and corn syrup are fully hardened.

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