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Are you craving a refreshing Summer time treat? This Copy Cat Tropical Smoothie Blimey Limey smoothie is just the thing. A wonderful combination of strawberry, pineapple, orange, and lime- this is a refreshing beverage sure to quench any thirst.
A dreamy Southern cocktail, this Tropical White Wine Sangria is a bit of Summer in every single sip. A cool mix of white wine, rum, pineapple and orange juice, & freshly sliced fruit- this drink is the adult beverage you’ve long been looking for.
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Sweet tea is a Southern staple, and every family has their own tried and true recipe they swear by. Did you know you could infuse your tea with fruit to make it an out of this world experience? This Grilled Peach Infused Sweet Iced Tea is a truly refreshing experience.
Beat the heat with a refreshing drink that was made for Summer sippin’. This Sweet Black Cherry Limeade is fizzy fun with the perfect blend of sweet cherries with a hint of lime.
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I have a problem. It’s a serious problem. There are days & times when I feel like it’s taking over my life. What is this problem you ask? I’m addicted to taking pictures of my kids. Seriously. Obsessed. I have memory cards upon memory cards full of their fresh little faces. My living room is flooded with photo albums, cataloging their accomplishments, their firsts, and everything in between. My walls are littered with my favorite shots of them. I just can’t help myself. What can I say? They’re my life’s work. That being said, there is one simple shot I have to get ever single summer.
Every summer, I have to snap a pic of each boy relishing in a slice of watermelon as it’s glorious juices run down their little cheeks and chins. There’s nothing better on a hot summer day to quench their thirst, and the look of pure joy on their faces just melts my heart. It’s their warm weather ambrosia. Knowing their infatuation with the stuff, it was inevitable that I’d try to branch out and see what I could come up with to do something a little ‘different’ with their favorite summer staple. Aaaaaand, watermelon slushies it was!
This frosty treat makes a refreshing ending to any summer meal. Simply scoop the slushy mixture into bowls or tall glasses and enjoy a refreshing dessert, all while still getting that melon flavor fix, albeit without all the dripping. Add a splash of vodka for an even sweeter summer adult beverage.
4 cups frozen watermelon cubes
2 tbsp lime juice
1/2-1 cup water
1 tbsp sugar, optional
1. Cube watermelon and freeze on a metal cookie sheet. Remove the frozen cubes from the cookie sheet and put them into a ziploc-ing freezer bag to store in the freezer.
2. Remove 4 cups of watermelon cubes and place in a blender. Add in the lime juice, 1/2 cup water, and sugar, if using. Blend until desired consistency. Add more water if needed.
3. Pour into two glasses and, if you’re feelin’ fancy, garnish each glass with a slice of lime!
( And don’t worry, I’ve already made sure to get in my fresh melon pictures for the summer! 😉 )
Dessert season is year round, but different types definitely have a season. You’re going to want to add this frozen hot chocolate recipe to your Summer menu. It’s the absolute best way to get your sweet chocolate fix and cool off.