A refreshing summer treat!
7 C ripe, seedless watermelon, removed from rind and cut into 2 inch cubes
1 C cold water
1 T lime juice
Combine approximately 1/3 of the watermelon cubes and 1/3 of the water in a blender. Blend until smooth. Using a fine mesh sieve, strain into a pitcher. Discard the solids from the sieve. Repeat this step twice more with the remaining watermelon and water. Add lime juice to watermelon liquid in the pitcher. Serve on ice.
We received SO many pomegrantes over the last 2 months from our CSA box. At first I had no idea what to do this fruit… but slowly over time I have come to love them! Most of the time I throw the pomegrantes onto a salad or meat, or really anything we are eating. 🙂 But lately, I have begun to enjoy to use them in drinks and sauces as well. This is a yummy refreshing drink filled with Vitamin C and many other nutrients!
* 1-2 T fresh pomegrante juice
* 1 T honey
* 6 oz sparkling water or club soda
Blend up fresh pomegrantes in food processor or blender. Strain.
Mix the juice, honey, and sparkling soda all together. Throw in a splash of tequila if you’d like.
–Adapted from http://whiteonricecouple.com
Put 2 tea bags in a clear glass pitcher. Fill with cold water. Put clear plastic wrap on top to keep anything from getting in. Set the pitcher in the sun in a window or outside for a few hours or all day. If it is a large family sized tea bag just use one.