4th of July Watermelon Granita

My Dad brought in some fresh mint so I decided to make a refreshing granita for the 4th of July!


Half of a watermelon

1 cup of chopped mint

3 limes (Squeezed)

Start out by cutting the watermelon into cubes. This will make it easier when you mix it in the blender.

Blend the  watermelon in the blender.

Add 1 cup of chopped mint and lime juice from 3 limes.  Mix ingredients together.

After everything is mixed, put it in the freezer and scrape the mixture every 30 minutes or so for about two hours.

Once it resembles the consistency above, it’s ready!


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