Strawberry Watermelon Lemonade Slushy

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Strawberry watermelon lemonade slushy is one of my children’s favorite summer treats. I don’t mind serving it to them because it is a great way to fit in some more fruit into their diet and it is sweetened with just a bit of honey, making it a healthy alternative to the slushy drinks we sometimes get at the gas station.

Strawberry Watermelon lemonade slushy

This recipe is also a great way to use up a watermelon that was found to be mushy when cut open.

The ingredients are simple, fresh watermelon,  frozen strawberries, lemonade concentrate, honey and ice.

I prefer to use frozen strawberries for but if you only have fresh and you can’t wait, just add more ice.

I first dice up about 2 to 3 cups of fresh watermelon and place it in the bottom of my blender.

I love my Oster brand beehive blender. I love that is has a glass jug and that I can buy replacement parts on Amazon if I need to. It does sometimes have a bit of a problem fully blending when it has a 100% full jar, so that is why I like to put the fresh watermelon in first to give it some liquid to help move the frozen parts of the drink.  I am thinking of getting the milkshake blade and seeing if the problem of slow mixing a full jar disappears .

full blender for watermelon slushyAfter the watermelon I add in the lemon concentrate followed by the honey, frozen strawberries and then  as much ice as can fit on top and squeeze on the lid.

I blend it for about 2 to 3 minutes until it is all mixed smoothly.  A full blender makes 3 huge glasses full or 4 medium sized glasses.

Looking for more cool summer treats? Follow my Frozen Desserts & Slushy Drinks board on Pinterest

Strawberry Watermelon Lemonade Slushy
  • 2 to 3 cups seedless watermelon
  • 2 tablespoons honey (more if you like things sweet)
  • ¼ cup lemon juice concentrate
  • 2 cups frozen strawberries
  • As many ice cubes as you can squish on the top and still get the lid on
  1. layer watermelon, followed by lemon concentrate, honey, frozen strawberries and ice in the pitcher of the blender.
  2. blend until well mixed (2 to 3 minutes approx)
  3. serve


This recipe is adapted from one I found in a magazine. Magazines are one of my favorite places to find new recipes to try. Being thrifty I don’t pay money for magazines instead I purchase them with points from companies such as Recyclebank.

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  1. would like to make this, but want to make sure I add the right amount of lemon juice concentrate. Is it 1/4 tsp, tbs, cup?

    • Victoria says:

      1/4 cup.Thanks for bringing it to my attention that I had not put that in the recipe, it is fixed now.


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