Frosty Watermelon Limeade

Frosty Watermelon Limeade | recipe on crumbsandchaos.net

Cool and refreshing – this quick Frosty Watermelon Limeade is sure to hit the spot on a hot day!

Today’s confession…I secretly dislike cutting apart huge fruits that make a mess – like a pineapple or watermelon.  Not my idea of a good time.  Yes, I know there are tools to help you cut a pineapple – I actually have two and still never get around to using them.  Anyhow, on Memorial Day we hung out with one of our favorite framilies (friends who are like family!) and enjoyed watermelon cubes with our huge cook out dinner.  This watermelon was cubed and the seeds were already removed (that’s a mother’s love for sure!) and I was reminded of how enjoyable watermelon really is.

Since then, we’ve had a few watermelons and it always seems like there’s some leftover.  This frosty little drink is the answer to your leftover watermelon – just blend and serve.  It’s amazing and refreshing at the same time and almost worth the work it takes to  cut an entire watermelon. ;)

Frosty Watermelon Limeade | recipe on crumbsandchaos.net

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Frosty Watermelon Limeade
 
Ingredients
  • 2 cups COLD SEEDLESS WATERMELON CUBES
  • Juice of 1 LIME
  • 1½ cups ICE
  • 1 Tablespoon SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK*
Instructions
  1. Put everything in a blender and blend until smooth. Serve immediately.
Notes
*Look for sweetened condensed milk in a squeeze bottle in the Hispanic food section of the grocery store. It's great to have on hand for when you just need a little.


Frosty Watermelon Limeade | recipe on crumbsandchaos.net

More love for watermelon…

Watermelon Coconut Cooler

Watermelon Granita

Easy Watermelon Salad

Comments

  1. says

    I have some frozen watermelon chunks in the freezer right now just begging to be made into one of your frostie limeades. Yum! Pinned!!

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