Refreshing and invigorating watermelon slushie with a hint of orange.
Nothing is better than a refreshing slushie on hot days. As we know slushies from the store are packed with lots of sugar. This is my light version of slushie that can beat any heat. It can be made with sugar or without. I didn’t add any sugar for mine but for my children I gave it just a tiny amount of cane sugar. Such a delicious treat!
This is my first recipe after my move and I’m trying to find the right place for the pictures. I’m running from one side of the house to the other. It’s not easy to find a perfect spot in new place. In my older house I had everything set up. I knew what time and what place of the house will be the best. I’ve lived in the sunniest province of Canada, so it was sunny mainly every day. Sunny –> all day long. I really loved the sun, it rained very rarely. Now, I’m just figuring out how to make my “food photos” and share here on my blog:)
However, let’s talk more about –> simple –> easy watermelon slushie. After realizing that my children drink only water or juice during the day. I thought that it will be perfect to make something totally different. They love slushies and the watermelon refreshing beverage seemed perfect for the day.
You just need to have an ice cubes on hand, watermelon and Tazo Wild Sweet Orange Tea This watermelon slushie is even perfect for any party gathering!
Orange Watermelon Slushie
- 1 tea bag of Tazo Wild Sweet Orange
- 2 cups boiling water
- 12 ice cubes
- 5 cups diced watermelon
- 1 - 2 tsp. cane sugar optional
- 1 small orange optional
- Immerse a tea bag of Tazo Wild Sweet Orange to the boiling water and leave it until the tea will cool off.
- Discard the tea bag when the tea is cold. Place the freshly brewed tea to the fridge to make it colder.
- Crush the ice in the blender, add brewed tea and watermelon. Sugar can be added for extra sweetness.
- Cut orange into small pieces and add to slushie for decoration (optional).
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