How to make your own Tango Ice Blast at home
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Featured Image Credit: Instagram/tangoiceblastuk / TikTok/@caughtsnackin
If you like Tango Ice Blast, but don’t have a trip to the cinema planned, perhaps you might want to learn how to make them at home?
OK, so it’s not going to be exactly the same, but it’ll still be pretty nice, and you won’t have to pay for it.
Well, you’ll have to pay for the ingredients, but it’ll definitely be cheaper.
Of course, it’s worth also pointing out that you should support your cinema, because they’ve had a tough time, much like all other business, over the past few years.
Sure, they’ve got loads of money, but if you want to keep having high-profile blockbusters like Barbie or Oppenheimer – depending on what your taste is – then you’re going to have to pay to see them at some point.
We digress, however.
You came here to find out how to make your own Tango Ice Blast at home, and we’re going to tell you how.
First off, you need to grab yourself some ice lollies.
The fruitier the better, judging on the video shared by TikTok account @caughtsnackin, who are out there teaching the world to make loads of fascinating stuff.
Anyway, the next thing you’ll need is a bottle of Tango – because we’re making Tango Ice Blast, after all.
Cut up the lollies and stick them into the blender with some ice cubes and some tango, as well as some blue food dye, for that really authentic colouring.
Then, you need to do the exact same thing again, but this time add in some red food dye instead of the blue stuff.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll have two ice lolly flavoured blue and red slushies, with any luck.
All that remains then – for that genuine cinema-style Ice Blast experience – is to mix them, but not too well.
If you mix them up too well, they’ll totally blend together and presumably just turn into one big pink slushy.
Of course, it’ll still be nice, but you want it to look great as well, don’t you?
Once you’ve done all that, you just need to cue up whatever movie it is that you’re wanting to watch, then get slurping.
Voila, a relatively cheap alternative to Tango Ice Blast that you can enjoy at home, without having to go all the way to your local cinema for it.
Don’t say we never tell you anything you can’t use.