The temperatures are soaring here in Delaware, as a matter of fact this is the first heat wave of the season and with the 4th of July just a few days away, it’s only going to get warmer!
Staying hydrated in the summer is important and if you are looking for something a little more exciting than plain water then try making this Watermelon Slushie.
- 1 Cup of Watermelon chunks
- 1 Cup of Crushed Ice
- 1/2 Cup Coconut Water
Add ingredients to a blender or Ninja Bullet and blend until smooth – then enjoy!
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15 thoughts on “Staying Hydrated in the Summer with Watermelon Slushies”
I usually don’t drink many slushies – however, this is so healthy. It would be so high in potassium, for example. I love watermelon on a hot summer day.
Yes, this definitely was refreshing and I will be drinking it throughout the dog days of summer. Thanks for stopping by and commenting – keep kool!
There’s nothing as refreshing as watermelon on a hot summer day!
So true and it’s much better to drink it than eat it – I think – lol. Enjoy the summer and be safe.
This is perfect timing! I just learned how to check a watermelon for sweetness when shopping. I was advised it’s supposed to have a yellow spot and when you tap it, it should have a springy, thumping sound like a drum when you tap it. Now I have an excuse to try it out!
Oh, I didn’t know that, thanks for sharing. I usually buy it pre-sliced because of the seeds, I don’t like seedless watermelon or seedless fruits for that matter. Thanks and hope you are staying cool!
Watermelon. . .aaah. Love it ice cold and love it as a slushie too. Enjoy Summer Sis.
Yes, and you can make it into an “adult beverage” with Tequila – have a wonderful weekend sis!
I love watermelon…this looks so refreshing…I have to try this!
Yes, I am going to get another melon today and create more as it’s HOT AS HECK here in Delaware.
My youngest daughter loves watermelon drinks. Thanks for the recipe Sis! I’ll pin it for later.