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Cool Watermelon Slushes

ILOVSCREAM

"A Thailand watermelon slushie that is sweetened with honey. You may use sugar if you wish though."
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Ingredients

6 m servings 28 cals
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. Place the ice cubes into a blender. Cover, and pulse until crushed. Add the watermelon and blend for about 1 minute, until slushy. Add the honey, and blend for about 10 seconds.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 28 calories; 0.1 g fat; 7.3 g carbohydrates; 0.5 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 2 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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Well, I would give this recipe a 3 as it is written. I followed the directions exactly and when I asked my guest what they thought they all said, “Well, it tastes like watermelon.” Not really ...

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I love watermelon but not water it down, so, I didn't put too much ice in mine. I tried the Freska in mine and loved it. I didn't use the honey, watermelon was already sweet. Might try what anot...

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Well, I would give this recipe a 3 as it is written. I followed the directions exactly and when I asked my guest what they thought they all said, “Well, it tastes like watermelon.” Not really ...

I like this a lot! Although I had to sweeten it a lot more for my tastes. I used about tablespoon of honey and two to three tablespoons sugar. Well done tho.

OMG! this was soooooooooo good Might i suggest lime juice

Instead of using ice cubes, I blended in frozen strawberries with the watermelon. Didn't add any honey or sweetener, but did add a small amount of 7Up. Delish!

Good idea for turning extra watermelon into a cool summer's drink. I added ginger ale and 1 tsp of sugar to give it a little kick.

I used sugar instead of honey and put them in the freezer right for forty-five minutes before serving and they were great. Made me wish that the evening had been much hotter, they were so refres...

Great summer drink! I turned it into an adult drink by adding a bit of tequila. Very refreshing!

I took Sheila's advice and used frozen strawberries instead of the ice. What a fabulous idea! It worked so nicely and it was absolutely delish. Very refreshing and appreciated after a hard work ...

Served this yesterday for neighborhood BBQ. I followed suggetions of others as far as using some 7-up. I also added a few pinches of suger rather than a full cup. I left some larger pieces of is...