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Refreshing Watermelon Cooler

Rated as 4 out of 5 Stars
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"Wonderful on those hot summer days!"
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Ingredients

10 m servings 92
Original recipe yields 2 servings (3 cups)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 92 calories; 0.4 23.5 1.5 0 6 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

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 ...

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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. Waterm...

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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 ...

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. Waterm...

Cool and minty! Make sure you take out the seeds, or they will be part of the drink!

I thought this was delightfully refreshing and a good way to use up watermelon. My teenage daughter was not so enamored with it.

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.

This was so great.... refreshing and restorative. I added a couple teaspoons of fresh lemon juice for added tang. It was a great way to use up a rather insipid watermelon. Of note: my husband wa...