Honeydew Melon Cooler

It sure is hot. Humid, too. I’ve found the perfect way to cool off without ever having to get out of the house by making my own fruit coolers.

Another thing you can do is to dip the rim of the glasses in raw cane sugar to give it a decorative look and add a little sweetness- both in taste and decor.
Enjoy!

Honeydew Melon Cooler
Serves 2
You can really do this with any fruits, but this is what I had on hand. Cool off, enjoy the sunshine and relax. This recipe serves 2, so share it with someone special to you.
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Ingredients
  1. ½ honeydew melon, roughly chopped
  2. 1 small yellow guava, seeds removed
  3. ½ mango, peeled and pith removed
  4. ¼ cup orange juice
Instructions
  1. Place all prepared ingredients into a blender. Blend for 1 minute or until smooth.
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  1. I make something similar to this. I got a food processor from a restaurant equipment store and I freeze all of the fruit before I put it in my food processor. It makes something similar to ice cream. But organic yogurt makes it healthy too!

    1. Elana, yes when the fruit is cold there is such a different consistency in the resulting smoothie or drink. Enjoy your food processor and let us know what you’re making at home!

  2. Maybe I don’t see it on the screen but I really wish these recipes had a Printer friendly option I can click on and just print off the recipes. I like to print recipes and put them in a binder.

    1. Hi Mira, this recipe was posted before we implemented our printer-friendly options. I’ll fix it and let you know when you can come back and print it for your binder!

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