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WATERMELON- CUCUMBER SPRITZER READY IN 10 MIN.


Frozen mango


Frozen mango means


no washing, peeling, or cutting, plus a more frothy drink.


In a blender, purée 3 cups watermelon chunks and 1 seedless English cucumber, peeled and chopped, until smooth. Strain through fine-mesh sieve into a pitcher, pushing on solids to extract juice. Into pitcher, stir 2 tbsp honey. Pour ¼ cup watermelon mixture into glass of ice. Top off with desired lime seltzer amount.


Per serving: 23 calories, 0g fat, 0g saturated fat, 0mg cholesterol, 1mg sodium, 6g carbohydrate, 0g fiber, 5g sugar, 0g protein


FROZEN HONEYDEW MOJITOS The beauty of a frozen mojito is that there’s a hint of mint in every sip. Adding ripe honeydew gives this Cuban classic a twist.


PREP TIME 10 MIN. – COOK TIME 0 MIN. READY IN 10 MIN. – SERVINGS 4


3 cups ice 1½ cups honeydew chunks ¼ cup fresh lime juice (from about 2–3 limes)


¼ cup packed fresh mint leaves, plus more for garnish 1 cup light rum 3 tbsp sugar


STEP 1 Place the ice in a resealable plastic bag. Pressing out any excess air, seal bag. Wrap in kitchen towels and use a rolling pin or meat mallet to break up (or substitute with 2 cups crushed ice). STEP 2 In a blender, combine the honeydew, lime juice, mint leaves, rum, and sugar. Pulse to break up. Add the ice and blend until smooth, stopping and stirring occasionally. Divide among 4 glasses. Garnish with additional mint.


Per serving: 190 calories, 0g fat, 0g saturated fat, 0mg cholesterol, 10mg sodium, 13g carbohydrate, 0g fiber, 12g sugar, 0g protein


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