Saturday, May 25, 2013

Party Drinks - Watermelon, Kiwi, Lemon

Frozen fruity party drinks are perfect summer entertaining when we are looking for ways to beat the heat and  quench our thirst. Watermelon, kiwi and lemon are three refreshing oldies but goodies that are easy to make and will make a great presentation at your next party or Memorial Day celebration.

Your guests are sure to love them :  Frozen Watermelon Frosty , Frozen Kiwi Mojito or Middle Eastern Lemonade, all with or without alcohol . These thirst quenchers are made from natural and healthy ingredients and are real crowd pleasers!!

Albert Waiting for his kiwi mojito in his Pennstate Tee
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Frozen Watermelon Frosty   - Put some watermelon chunks in baggies today in the freezer and enjoy the most refreshing drink ever the next day. Alcoholic or Virgin they both taste great. ( more ingredients in the recipe)

                                         Click for recipe: Frozen Watermelon Frosty 

Frozen Kiwi Mojito  ( plus a tutorial on how to grow and dry mint)- We adore the mint in the mojitos and this kiwi mojito is an unusual twist on a common drink. Easy, fun, different, and tasty.

                                                        Frozen Kiwi Mojito

Middle Eastern Lemonade - This is a family favorite. Lots of fresh lemon, maple syrup and a secret ingredient. It's non alcoholic , but I'm sure you could spike it to make a hard lemonade!

                                                   Middle Eastern Lemonade

I would love to know if you try them or plan to try them. Please leave a comment..
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  1. Hi Judee, these drinks look stellar! I especially love the kiwi mojito concept--I never would have thought of it! I've also never tried the watermelon slushee, but it sounds completely refreshing. Thanks for the inspiration!

    1. You absolutely have to try the Watermelon Frosty. It is the best in hot weather and a great way to use up left over watermelon.

  2. Oh, Judee! As soon as I get my hands on that secret ingredient I will make the lemonade. All of these drinks are perfect for a day like today (very hot and humid)!
    Thank you for linking!

    1. You can find it for a reasonable price in a Middle Eastern store.Hope you get to try it.

  3. These look absolutely amazing, Judee - thanks for sharing!

  4. Ooh, those look great! Perfect for a hot day. I may have to make the frozen kiwi mojito soon!

    Thanks for sharing on Natural Living Monday!

  5. Mojitos...the drink of Brazil, yes?

    I saw you linked up at Thursday's Favorite Things and came to say hello. :)

  6. Thanks for the ideas! We had a ton of watermelon left over from memorial day and I am so on my way to put some chunks in the freezer for a smoothie tomorrow!!!

  7. Oh, how refreshing. They look wonderful and good for you. first time visitor thanks for sharing. Kathy

  8. Judee, these drinks look awesome and just in time for the season. Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a fabulous weekend.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  9. These sound great! I will have to give them a try!!

  10. These all sound intriguing - I am sure my family would LOVE the watermelon drink - I'm leaning toward the Middle Eastern lemonade. I appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,

  11. I'll have the watermelon frosty, please! So refreshing! Thanks for sharing your post with Raw Foods Thursdays! I'm pinning it to our RFT board too!

  12. What a refreshing line up of drinks! Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! :)

    Cindy from


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