To make a strawberry daiquiri slush, boil 9 cups of water with 2 cups white sugar, and stir in 2 cans of frozen dauquiri mix, 2 cups of vodka, a can of frozen orange juice concentrate and 20 ounces of thawed frozen strawberries. Freeze the mixture, then pour 2/3 cup of the slush mixture into a chilled glass with 1/3 cup of lemon-lime soda, and serve.
One reviewer changed this recipe by substituting 2 cups of pureed fresh strawberries for the frozen strawberry packages and increased the amount of vodka to a full 26 ounces. Another reviewer suggested substituting spiced rum for the vodka. To increase the strawberry taste, another person used strawberry flavored vodka instead of plain. Yet another suggestion was to use ginger ale instead of a lemon-lime soda when serving. Another commenter who tried the recipe mentioned that they thought it was improved after blending the frozen mixture to further chop up the strawberries.
Several commenters noted that the mixture was very sweet, and one actually cut the amount of sugar used by half. Be sure to prepare this recipe ahead of time, as one reviewer warned that the slush can take a long time to freeze; up to 24 hours in her case.