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Pink lemonade just got waaaay better with this Watermelon Lemonade recipe! Learn how to make this refreshing summer drink in less than ten minutes and be sure to bookmark this new favorite non alcoholic summer drink for those hot pool days!
Some of my favorite summer days this year have been spent outside on my favorite hanging chaise with my e-reader while Lily plays with her favorite bubble blower. There’s nothing that beats that kind of relaxation for me.
Well, expect for adding the perfect summer drink to the mix.
I have a couple of favorite summer drinks like this Lemon Herb Spritzer, this raspberry lemon sun tea and this sparkling raspberry lemon mocktail – but this watermelon lemonade recipe has quickly become a new favorite non-alcoholic summer drink for me.
Not only does it use one of my favorite fruits, but it’s refreshing and a little bit tart which is perfect for how hot this summer has been. The combination of watermelon and lemon in this summer drink is light, juicy and bright. And using the pink lemonade mix makes it super easy to make!
If you’re looking for other watermelon recipes, I’d highly suggest this watermelon fruit pizza with balsamic glaze. It’s yet another example of why watermelon is perfect for hot summer days!
How to Make Watermelon Lemonade
- 2 Cups Water
- 2 Tbsp Pink Lemonade Mix
- 1/2 Cup Sugar
- 1 Cup Seedless Watermelon Diced
- Lemon Wedges Optional
Place the water, lemonade mix, sugar and watermelon into a blender.
Fill the blender the rest of the way with ice.
Blend the mixture on high for two minutes or until slushy consistency
Pour in glasses and top with any remaining watermelon and lemon wedges. Enjoy!
If the watermelon lemonade separates, stir to combine again.
In need of some more summer inspiration? Check out this watermelon painted terra-cotta coaster DIY. And if you’re enjoying this delicious drink on your patio, keep the bugs away with these easy to care for plants that repel mosquitoes and jazz up your yard with these simple backyard DIYs.