Summer is almost here, and watermelons are ready for harvest. I love trying new combinations of fresh fruit juices, especially during the Summertime. I found these 5 recipes that are perfect for your next event, or BBQ, or when you feel like some fresh juice.
Try these recipes from Farmers Almanac, Martha Stewart and more.
Farmer's Almanac Watermelon Punch
6 cups watermelon juice (see note)
2 cups pineapple juice
1 can (12 ounces) frozen raspberry juice blend
1 small can (6 ounces) frozen orange juice concentrate
1/4 cup lemon juice
To read more about the recipe, click here.
Martha Stewart's Watermelon Punch Bowl
With three cups of seltzer and one watermelon, you can easily recreate this recipe at home. Find the full recipe here.
Sparkling Watermelon Punch Bowl
Another watermelon bowl recipe, but with sparkling twist.
1 oblong seedless watermelon (about 8 pounds)
3 cups vodka of your choice (I recommend Tito’s)
¾ cup fresh lime juice
2 cups club soda
For garnish: (optional)
For the full recipe, find it from domesticate-me, here!
Korean Watermelon Punch
This recipe looks awesome and incorporates a Korean flare. I am all up for trying things from around the globe.
This recipe adds a lot more fruit, and definitely can be customized.
420 g watermelon (15 ounces), balled or small cubed
95 g melon (3.4 ounces), balled or small cubed, optional
40 g pineapple (1.4 ounces), cubed, optional
40 g lemon (1.4 ounces), thinly sliced, optional
20 g blueberries (0.7 ounces), optional
fresh mint for decoration, optional
Find the full recipe here from My Korean Kitchen
Watermelon Punch Recipe - Suburban Simplicity
This recipe is similar to the others just with frozen lemonade as the juice. Just another option if you are looking for a simple watermelon punch recipe.
1 oblong seedless watermelon (about 10 pounds)
1 (12 oz.) can frozen lemonade, thawed
2 cups unsweetened pineapple juice
Find the full recipe here.
I cannot wait to try these recipes for the Summer. I hope you like them. Of course feel free to add an alcohol like vodka or tequila to give these recipes and extra kick, if that’s your thing.