Watermelon Lemonade

I hope you enjoyed a fun-filled Father's Day with your families yesterday!

We spent our Father's Day on a road trip, making the long trek from Utah to Colorado.  Mr. Oopsey Daisy  has 2 brothers getting married this summer, so this weekend we attended wedding #1.  We have lots of stories and pictures to share later on.

I finally feel like summer is here.  Bring on the season of barbecues!!
Any good summer barbecue includes a yummy punch! 
One of the things I love most about summer is watermelon!  The only problem is that in our house, our small family simply can't eat an entire watermelon before its delicious fruit become damp and slimy.
I do try to avoid wasting even a morsel of watermelon.  So last summer, I started experimenting with recipes for watermelon drinks.
This recipe is fresh and tasty--plus it helps solve the problem of what to do with excessive amounts of watermelon!  After our family has munched on watermelon all week long, we finish off our leftovers by making this watermelon lemonade.
Come along and see how to make this yummy punch... It's simple!
And that's it!

Serve it fresh, and you have a yummy punch that appears to be MUCH more complicated than it really is.
I found some green frosted martini glasses to serve this yumminess.
And yes, I couldn't resist dropping in a few chocolate chips so it looks just like a real watermelon!
Want your own printable recipe for Watermelon Lemonade??  You can download the recipe here.
You'll love it!! I promise!

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  1. This looks awesome. I’m going shopping so I can make these tonight!

  2. Yum! I may have to make some of this and turn it into popcicles for the little guy. Your presentation is stunning, Alison! Super cute and creative!

  3. hmmm, a little vodka, for the adults, wouldn’t hurt either! looks delicious and the glasses are so cute!

  4. Wow Alison! That looks great! I think I will serve that at my daughter’s luau this Friday. YUMMY!

  5. That’s so cute, but we never have *any watermelon left. Actually, I usually cut it all up in a bowl, take a break and come back to the bowl half empty. You’d think the culprit would be my daughter, but nope… it’s my husband. He could eat a whole watermelon himself, I think, if I’d let him. 🙂 I might sneak some and try this, though!

  6. Sounds good, we will have to try this. for another idea with left over watermellon is to freeze cubed watermellon on a tray, when frozen put in a ziplock bag and use it in place of ice cubes in smoothies.

  7. Jugo de Sandia! I totally drank something similar to this on my mission. I will have to try it! Thanks!

  8. We have a big family, and it still sometimes can go to waste before we eat it all. I will definitely be trying this!

  9. this comes at a PERFECT time…i have a mushy watermelon in my fridge and the hubs is workin late so i’ll whip this up for my kids for our movie night & they’ll think i’m the COOLEST mom ever! 😉 {that was a run-on sentence, no judging miss former teacher, lol!} thanks for sharing!! xo

  10. This is so creative! Love the chocolate chips for effect!

  11. Oh my gosh, love this recipe! The chocolate chips are such a cute idea!! I’m going to have to try this!!

  12. This is great! I have all the ingredients! Thanks for sharing!

  13. This looks good! Perfect for hot summer days!

  14. Beautiful! What a simple clever idea!

  15. This looks so good! Woudl you come over to my link party and share your recipes with us at Cast Party Wednesday? http://www.ladybehindthecurtain.com/
    I hope to see you there!

  16. YUMMY!!! I am so going to try this-now that the weather has finally decided to keep up with the calendar.

  17. Wow that looks absolutely amazing thank you so much for sharing.

    A mommy’s life…with a touch of YELLOW

  18. Ok Wow!! Alison this looks super yummy – and super cute! (Always a plus in drinks 🙂 I can’t wait to give it a try. Thanks !!

  19. sounds delish! I’ve downloaded the recipe — thanks for sharing it!

  20. Thanks, I just made this for lunch for me and my kids and it was so YUMMY! Love your blog.

  21. mhilton05@yahoo.com says

    This is too cute, love it. The glasses are perfect.

    I am just reminding everyone about tonights link party that runs Friday evening through Mondays!
    I also have an ongoing give away link party now too.
    Hope to see you soon.
    come strut your stuff

  22. I absolutely love it! What a creative, whimsical, and delicious drink!

  23. I’ve seen this around and am finally getting to commenting about it – sorry. This looks so delicious and I am definitely going to be trying it – plus the presentation is spectacular!!! Featuring tomorrow (Sat) on Sew Dang Cute!

  24. Yumminess!!!! I will have to try this for sure. The glasses are perfect for presentation too. Great find.

  25. This looks absolutely amazing. I am posting it to my blog with a link of course! Thank you for sharing!!!

  26. Oh wow! I made this for my family last night and they loved it!! Thanks again for sharing this delicious recipe!

  27. Alison. THis looks so delicious. I love how you added chocolate chips to dress it up.

  28. I linked your watermelon lemonade on my blog today! Thanks so much! YUMMY!

  29. Wow….look yummy. Definitely gonna make it for the kids!! TFS

  30. Thanks for sharing! I made this tonight for my family. It was a huge hit! 🙂

  31. I made a frozen version of watermelon lemonade using the rind. Lot’s of work but fun for the summer.
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