Mint & Watermelon Soda Float

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Duyen Tran

California native trying to navigate her new life in NYC as a recent transplant, post-grad, who tries to make friends, explore the city and eat well on a small budget. She’s known for her fairly obscure pop culture references and gumption. You can see some of that doogen.wordpress.com or her twitter @doogencreates.

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We’ve all had a root beer float, but what about a Mint & Watermelon float? It’s refreshing, easy to make and a great way to indulge in some ice cream without feeling guilty for drinking soda!

I found this recipe at How Sweet It Is and it’s been the perfect dessert/snack on a hot day in May!

Serves 2

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cups fresh watermelon chunks (large seeds removed, the small white ones are fine)
  • 12-15 fresh mint leaves, coarsely chopped
  • 12 ounces club soda or carbonated water of choice
  • vanilla ice cream

Directions

Take your watermelon, mint and club soda and plunk them into your Magic Bullet. Give it a quick pulse so that it’s blended together.

Once it’s blended, you’ll want to strain it in case your watermelon had seeds or to get any large chunks out.

Fill your favorite cup with two scoops of vanilla ice cream and douse it in this delicious watermelon mint soda mix.

And enjoy!

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