1personal-sized seedless watermelon, chopped with rind removed
2sprigs of mint (optional)
2tablespoonsof water (optional)
Lay the chopped watermelon onto a baking sheet or dish, place in the freezer for 2 hours.
Once the watermelon is completely frozen, place it into a high-powered blender with the mint (if using) and blend on high until it turns into a slushie. If you’re having trouble because it’s too frozen, you can let it thaw for a minute or two, or you can add 2 tablespoons of water to get it going.
The water and fruit will separate if left to rest for too long, so I recommend enjoying your watermelon slush right away after blending.it
Frozen watermelon cubes will last in the freezer for around 6 months if stored in freezer-safe bags or containers.
Adding more frozen fruit can thicken your slushie. You have the option to add water or fruit juice to thin it out.