Monday, July 25, 2016

Divine’s Summer Blog Hop 2016 July 25 – August 8



Welcome to the Divine’s Summer Blog Hop 2016! The theme for the blog hop revolves around summer—either favorite summer memories, favorite summer tips, or summer recipes/activities.



I decided to share a favorite summer drink recipe. It's cute, fun, and tastes good... especially if you like watermelon. That's below. :)

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Grand Prizes for this Blog Hop*


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*In order to be entered for the fabulous Grand Prize Giveaway you need to go to the blog hop page http://divinemagazine.net/summer-blog-hop-2016/ and leave a comment. Share your best summer memory, favorite summer tips or activities.


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Watermelon Picnic Punch



Recipe by Cheeky Kitchen

Hey, how about some lemonade? How about some strawberry lemonade? How about some Watermelon-Strawberry Lemonade? Oh, yeah. We got you covered with this fabulous recipe.


Prep Time: 10 min

Total Time: 10 min

Servings: 6


Ingredients

1 mini seedless watermelon
8 ounces lemon juice
2 cups frozen strawberries
3/4 cup sugar
2 cups ice



Directions

1. Slice the mini watermelon in half, using a spoon to scrape all of the fruit from the center of the melon. Place in a large blender.

2. Add the lemon juice, strawberries, sugar, and ice to the blender. Blend until pureed.

3. Pour lemonade straight from your blender, or pour into a pitcher. For an extra fun way to serve this drink, pour it into the two empty halves of the watermelon, add a skewered strawberry and lemon for garnish, then slurp your lemonade from a straw!


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7 comments:

  1. That looks quite tasty. I bet you could make it with other melons. I am going to try. thanks for the idea.

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  2. Looks like a great drink and very kid friendly too. Thank you for sharing the recipe =)
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  3. that sounds delicious...and easy to make too!!

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  4. Looks refreshing and delicious!

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  5. looks tasty

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  6. Apart from the strawberries, this is something I could drink without any problems :) I also like making a mango/passion fruit lemonade. Thanks for the giveaway chance. slholland22 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  7. Thanks for your participation in Divine's Summer Blog Hop 2016

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