Prep Time
10 Mins
Freeze Time
4 Hours
Yield
Makes 5 cups

Use leftover watermelon to add sweet flavor and fun color to this lime drink. If you like your watermelon with a sprinkle of salt, try this cocktail with a salt rim instead of sugar.

How to Make It

Step 1

Place watermelon in a single layer on a baking sheet. Freeze 4 hours or until firm.

Step 2

Coat rims of cocktail glasses with lime juice; dip in sugar.

Step 3

Process frozen watermelon, tequila, and next 4 ingredients in a blender until slushy. Pour into glasses. Garnish, if desired.

Step 4

*1/2 cup orange or apple juice may be substituted for tequila.

Ratings & Reviews

JoeBoldo's Review

HthrJeff
September 01, 2013
N/A

sheraphics's Review

JoeBoldo
January 09, 2012
Ummm, if you like watermelon, this is a winner. I mean salt and watermelon?

rockyhillgal's Review

LaurenT30
July 05, 2011
N/A

LaurenT30's Review

rockyhillgal
September 30, 2009
Given all the rave reviews and the fact that I love all the ingredients, I expected this to be a winner. Boy, was I wrong! I made pretty much as written, but I did add more tequila--be warned that the original recipe makes a VERY weak drink, just a little more than half a shot of alcohol in a tall glass. Maybe this addition was the problem, but the flavors just DID NOT seem to go together. All five people who taste-tested thought the drink was disgusting, and I ended up throwing out the whole batch.

HthrJeff's Review

sheraphics
September 07, 2009
Oh my gosh, delish. Both my husband and I are crazy about these! Definitely our new summer go-to cocktail!

kellyhall's Review

kellyhall
August 04, 2009
I served these at a BBQ and people are requesting that I have these on hand at all future parties! They are absolutely wonderful! I would suggest that you freeze the watermelon a day before hand. One batch only makes 3 servings. You can stretch it to 4 servings but they will be small. Buy lots of watermelon!