Strawberry-Watermelon Slush

Having a slice of watermelon is so refreshing, especially in the summer, isn’t it? Fresh strawberries are another favorite summer fruit of mine. So it seemed like a great idea to whip up a strawberry-watermelon drink.

This Strawberry-Watermelon Slush is a mildly sweet, juicy blend of watermelon, strawberries, lime, honey, and ice. It’s not quite as thick as most slushes are, but that’s probably the name that describes it best. You can add more ice to make it a thicker slush. Or you can easily turn it into a smoothie by adding 1/2 cup of strawberry or vanilla yogurt and a small banana to the rest of the ingredients to make it creamier. It’s perfect for sipping on during a hot summer afternoon!

Strawberry-Watermelon Slush

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: easy
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STRAWBERRY-WATERMELON SLUSH by NancyC
Makes 2 (12-ounce) servings

2 1/2 cups cubed watermelon (seeds removed)
1 cup chopped fresh strawberries (stems removed)
2 Tablespoons lime juice (fresh or bottled)
1 cup ice cubes or crushed ice (add more ice for a thicker slush)
1 to 2 Tablespoons honey
Optional: slices of lime for garnish

Put watermelon, strawberries, lime juice, ice, and honey into a blender; blend on high speed until smooth. Pour into chilled glasses and serve. Add a slice of lime for garnish if desired.

NOTE: Turn this into a smoothie by adding 1/2 cup of strawberry or vanilla yogurt and a small banana!

Recipe from NancyC | nancy-c.com

Watermelon is also great to use in fruit salads. Do you eat watermelon often during the summer? Do you have a favorite summer recipe you use it in?

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