Recipe by Faith08
"Wonderful on those hot summer days!"
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cubed seeded watermelon
peppermint, leaves plucked off
Instead of adding ice cubes, try freezing the watermelon and then blend with papaya, & honey. I keep zip loc bags of cubed watermelon in my freezer. I take one out to defrost a little while I'm getting ready for work. For a variation, I sometimes blend it with slices of mango or strawberries! (the ice just waters it down)
This was just ok to me. It tasted like watered down watermellon. I think it could have used some strawberries. It was a light refreshing drink but the flavor was just lacking a bit to me. Watermellon flavored Vodka would be good in this.
I thought this was delightfully refreshing and a good way to use up watermelon. My teenage daughter was not so enamored with it.
Cool and minty! Make sure you take out the seeds, or they will be part of the drink!
a good way to use up watermelon, but it was lacking something.
Put an adult twist to this drink by adding rum and tonic seltzer
This is a very refreshing drink. I thickened it up by adding some strawberry yogurt and for an adult twist added some silver rum. The fresh mint makes this recipe, so delicious.
Thanks for the recipe! I made it just as written except I used 1/8 tsp mint extract instead of peppermint leaves. It's a lot cheaper and it doesn't go bad. This freezes well also.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Refreshing Watermelon Cooler
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 3
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