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A White Wine Slush Recipe With Watermelon & Lemon

Today I’m sharing a frozen drink recipe. A *pink* frozen drink recipe. With lemon in it. And watermelon. And WINE. It’s a Watermelon and Lemon White Wine Slush Recipe that is easy to make and deliciously refreshing.

An Easy Watermelon and Lemon Wine Slush Recipe. Get this refreshing drink recipe and more from www.cookthestory.com #drinks #recipes

 

Sometimes I’m in the mood for pink lemonade. Sometimes I’m in the mood for wine. And sometimes I’m in the mood for both.

That’s how I decided to try developing a Lemon White Wine Slush Recipe Pinkened With Watermelon.

An Easy Watermelon and Lemon Wine Slush Recipe. Get this refreshing drink recipe and more from www.cookthestory.com #drinks #recipes

This slushie is super easy to make. Cut and freeze some watermelon and chill some white wine. Put them in the blender with some lemon juice and sugar and whiz it up. Then keep it in your fridge until you’re in the mood to add some to a half glass of white wine to give it some extra chill and pretty pink flavor.


An Easy Watermelon and Lemon Wine Slush Recipe. Get this refreshing drink recipe and more from www.cookthestory.com #drinks #recipes

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Watermelon and Lemon White Wine Slush
 
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This is such an easy wine slush recipe to make. You freeze watermelon an hten put it in a blender with lemon juice and wine. Pop it back into the freezer for a bit and then to serve, spoon it into a glass and top with more white wine. Ta da!
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Recipe type: Drinks
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 4 cups of watermelon cubes
  • 2 lemons, juiced
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 bottle of very cold white wine (anything that you like to drink), plus more for serving
Instructions
  1. Put the watermelon cubes into a ziplock bag and then into the freezer until frozen, at least 2 hours.
  2. Put the watermelon, the lemon juice, the sugar and the cold white wine into a blender and whiz it around until it is smooth. Pour the mixture back into the ziplock bag and back into the freezer. Leave it there until it is good and frozen squishing it now and then, at least 3 hours.
  3. Glug the frozen mixture into a wine glass filling it ⅔ full. Top with a bit more wine.

Some more wine slush recipes to try:

Sweet Wine Slushies from The Kitchn

Raspberry Chardonnay Slushies from The Naptime Chef

Frozen White Peach Sangria Slushie from Always Order Dessert

 

And now, back to the main topic of today, link up your Pink-Lemonade-Inspired recipe here:


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18 Responses to “A White Wine Slush Recipe With Watermelon & Lemon”
  1. Darold says:

    That’s an inelgeiltnt answer to a difficult question xxx

  2. Denise says:

    Definitely late to the party here, but I’ve done this with 1 c (higher quality) Vodka and it was amazing. You can do it w/o freezing the watermelon, just puree it in a food processor

  3. Natalie says:

    This looks like an incredibly yummy recipe, too bad summer grilling season is over, it would be perfect. Will definitely make in future.

    Thanks
    Natalie recently posted: Moscato White Wine – Review of 2012 Marchesi Incisa Moscato d’Asti Felice

  4. Andrea says:

    Love this! Like a margarita, but without the tequila headache the following day! I would totally make this!
    Andrea recently posted: A Bride and Groom Cake

    • Christine Pittman says:

      Andrea, No tequila headache here! It’s true. This is as refreshing as a frozen margarita but not nearly as boozy. You can also use soda water in the last step instead of adding more wine if you want it to have even less alcohol.

  5. Shaina says:

    This would be so so so good with either a riesling or moscato. I love watermelon and wine, duh. What a good refreshing summer drink idea!
    Shaina recently posted: Panko-Baked Veggie Quinoa Cakes

  6. I met some great blogging friends online too. The internet is a great enrichment to our lives no? ;)
    What a neat drink! Lovely addition of wine, that should keep me busy ^.^
    Helene D’souza recently posted: Spicy Cream Cheese recipe

  7. Liz says:

    What a fantastic way to keep cool on a hot summer night…such a beautiful color, too!
    Liz recently posted: Cheese and Tomato Galette #TuesdayswithDorie

  8. Katie says:

    Now that I own a blender I might just have to give your slush recipe a try! Looks fab and I love the “make-it mine” idea. I linked up my raspberry lemonade bars… hope that was ok!?!
    Katie recently posted: Pineapple-Tequila Cooler

  9. Paula says:

    Talk about a refreshing and tantalizing drink!

  10. Oh! This just made me want to see you even more.
    Jane’s Adventures in Dinner recently posted: #makeitmine Pink Lemonade Day!

  11. This drink sounds very refreshing, perfect for summer!
    Rachel @ I Love My Disorganized Life recently posted: Make It Mine: Pink Lemonade Poke Cake

  12. I love that this uses watermelon which is something I could exist on during the summer! I have never tried watermelon, lemon and wine together….I guess I’ll have to make it my homework!
    Cathy Pollak ~ Noble Pig recently posted: Limoncello Syrup Lemon Cake

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