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Mint watermelon lemonade

Mint watermelon lemonade

Summer is here and what is better than a cool, fruity, refreshing beverage to cool you off? Nothing thats what! Me and my family stan for Chick-Fil-A’s  mint watermelon lemonade although we all agree that it is entirely too sweet and it has a obvious fake watermelon taste (we also stan for watermelon juice so we can’t be fooled).  So, my daughters gave me a task to make a yummy copycat version of Chick-fil-a’s lemonade and I knocked it out of the park.  This lemonade can be made into popsicles, freeze cups, or you can just pour up a glass and drink up. Here’s a fun tip for the adults, after a long day add a splash of your favorite liquor and drink your troubles away. lol.

 

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Watermelon lemonade
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  1. In a large pitcher juice watermelon, ginger, and lemons using juicer.
  2. Slice mint leaves and place in pitcher with the blueberries. Add sugar to taste.
  3. Stir well and chill. If making icee’s pour juice into popscicle molds and freeze for 4-6 hours.
Recipe Notes

You can also use a blender for the watermelon and a hand juicer for the lemonade if you don’t have a juicer. Just place watermelon into blender and blend until it turns into a juice and use a strainer to strain out extra pulp and seeds. Juice lemons and add to the pitcher, then follow remaining directions above. I used a lavender sugar and it added an extra dimension of flavor, you can also add alcohol or a sparkler to make into a refreshing spritzer or adult beverage.



1 thought on “Mint watermelon lemonade”

  • I must try this. I do it without the mint and blueberries so I just have to do this before all the sun goes out in GA. Thanks a lot

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