Watermelon Slushies — Most Popular Pin of the Week

Watermelon is the only ingredient in this refreshing treat. Blend, freeze, then mash the watermelon for an even easier take on granita.
Watermelon Slushies

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Watermelon gets a fun frozen makeover — and stars as the only ingredient — in this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week. Simply blend fresh, seedless watermelon until smooth, then freeze in a shallow airtight container. Let it thaw slightly, then lightly smash the watermelon with a fork. Spoon it into cups to create Food Network Magazine's light and healthy picnic-ready sweet treat.

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Get the Recipe: Watermelon Slushies (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine

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