Our next recipe was Rhubarb Slush Punch. We used this recipe and followed the directions exactly, up until the point where it said to reserve the juice and discard the pulp. Discard perfectly good rhubarb pulp? No way! We added a bit of brown sugar and ate it warm. It wasn't as good as regular rhubarb sauce, but there's no way it should be thrown out. Besides recommending you throw out perfectly good rhubarb pulp, the only bad thing about this recipe was having to wait for the rhubarb mixture to freeze overnight. Trevor was so excited when it was finally time to scrape the frozen mixture and make our slushes.
We took our drinks outside to enjoy on a beautiful spring afternoon.
It was so good! Really refreshing and delicious, with a wonderful rhubarb taste. This recipe is definitely a keeper.
One funny thing to note: when Trevor was originally reading the recipe, he was confused by what juice concentrate is. It's not something I purchase and he apparently had never heard of it. He was baffled when I took him to the frozen food section, and even more confused to learn that we'd be buying frozen cylinders of juice with the water taken out. When we made the recipe, he was very surprised by the texture and even more surprised when I put the extra concentrate in a pitcher and added water. Funny how something that seems so ordinary to me looks through the eyes of someone who has never seen it before.