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Watermelon Lemonade made by kids #kidsinthekitchen

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After our tropical vacation last week Shae came home craving refreshing and exotic drinks with umbrellas and whipped cream. We compromised with this Watermelon Lemonade Drink Recipe because it was easy to create and we had all the ingredients on hand.Watermelon Lemonade made by kids #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

Easy might for us might not be for you. The hardest part of the whole process was making watermelon juice. This required a blender and straining out the pulp and seeds to get a smooth liquid. it just took minutes but depending on your own child this could be boring or too cumbersome for them.Watermelon Lemonade made by kids #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

Watermelon Lemonade

1 Part Watermelon Juice
2 Parts Prepared Lemonade (from scratch or mix)
Ice, Pitcher, Stirrer, Strainer, Blender

Start with putting your cut watermelon into a blender and process till smooth. Work that mixture through a strainer to end up with a smooth liquid suitable for drinking.

Mix together 1 part of your watermelon juice with 2 parts lemonade. Be aware that as this mixture sits it will separate making for something not very pretty to look at. Simple stir again and your lemonade is perfect.Watermelon Lemonade made by kids #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkidsShae did all the work again. She’s really getting more and more comfortable in the kitchen as each day goes by. She helps with many meals when it comes with prep, mixing, cooking or even serving. Honestly I really really enjoyed this Shae and I drank 6 cups worth in one day.

Watermelon Lemonade made by kids #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids

Watermelon Lemonade made by kids #kidsinthekitchen #cookingwithkids Encourage your own children to work in the kitchen with you. This opens their eyes to new ingredients and dishes and hopefully less stressful mealtimes. Ask your child what they would like to prepare for the next meal and get them elbows deep in the work?

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  1. That sounds delish! my kids would totally dig that.

  2. I have a watermelon AND lemonade right now. We’ll definitely be trying this tomorrow!

  3. Two of my favorite things in one drink. I’ll be giving this a try very soon!

  4. Thank you for hosting! Have a great weekend πŸ™‚

  5. I love watermelon. I love lemonade. Therefore, watermelon lemonade is sure to be delicious! This looks like a great recipe to get the kids in on.

  6. I read the title and then saw the watermelon,. Wow, this is brilliant. I can’t wait to make this with my son, the lemonade king!

  7. What a refreshing beverage! Thanks for sharing these other ideas too.

  8. I never would have mixed watermelon and lemonade, but that looks fantastic! Shae needs umbrellas for her drinks!

  9. I have never had watermelon lemonade before but it looks like it must work. I will have to try this for sure before the season is over.

  10. There’s a local place that sells watermellon juice on their menu. I always order it – it’s so good. I’m sure mixed with lemonade its even more delish!

  11. This sounds so good! We love watermelon so I am sure we would love this!

  12. The Watermelon Lemonade looks refreshing! I don’t think I’d take the time to strain it though. I’ve added a few of my Kids in the Kitchen posts. Thanks for linking up with Foodie Friday

  13. OH my gosh that looks SO yummy!!! My whole family loves watermelon, can’t wait to try this!

  14. Wow! That sounds very refreshing. perfect for summer

  15. Terri S. says

    My 2 little granddaughters (sisters) love to help me in the kitchen (especially when making their favorite foods). This is something they will love to make and enjoy. I need to find my pops molds to freeze the watermelon lemonade for pops. πŸ™‚

  16. Yum – that looks so refreshing. I love that you made it from scratch.

  17. Estelle Sobel Erasmus says

    That looks so nice-the combo of watermelon and lemon is citrusy but still sweet enough to satisfy. I think I’m going to have to make this one.

  18. I haven’t had watermelon lemonade in forever! I need to make some asap!

  19. Chrystal @ YUM eating says

    What an interesting mix of flavors. Sounds very refreshing.

  20. I made watermelon juice the other night with leftover watermelon from a party. It was so delicious, don’t know why I haven’t made it before.

  21. Yum, I’ve been obsessed with all things watermelon lately! This looks awesome!

  22. This sounds like a great refreshing drink during the summer. The kids would love this this drink – I already bookmarked it.

  23. That does sounds wonderfully delicious and looks easy enough for the kids too. My kids who love watermelon beyond all sense of reason would love to make it. πŸ™‚

  24. What a fun idea to mix the two flavors. Watermelon is a must have flavor for summer.

  25. I’ve been wanting to try something with watermelon and this sounds great! Love that your daughter is helping in the kitchen.

  26. This looks so good! My blender is broken- I really need to get a new one so I can try this!

  27. My kids would love this! We have some leftover watermelon right now…. πŸ™‚

  28. This sounds delicious! I’m so going to make this for next weekend πŸ™‚

  29. I bet I’d like this much better than the watermelon martini I had last week! Looks very refreshing!

  30. I never even thought to combine watermelon and make it into a lemonade. It sounds great and I would love to recreate it soon!

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