Watermelon Cooler

Okay so you're thinking "Wait, what's odd about a watermelon cooler?" "Warm weather is here and summer's around the corner." Well, the drink comes from a book called, "<b>Preggatinis: Mixology for the Mom-To-Be</b>" by Natalie Bovis-Nelsen. And we just thought that was -- well -- odd. <i>A votre sante</i>!!<br>
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Serves 1<br>
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<b>Ingredients:</b> <br>
You can make your own lemonade ice cubes or use regular ice cubes <br>
6 leaves mint<br>
1/2 ounce lemon juice<br>
1 heaping teaspoon powdered sugar<br>
Lemonade ice cubes<br>
4 ounces freshly juiced watermelon<br>
2 ounces lemon-lime soda<br>
Watermelon wedge<br>
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In the bottom of a tall glass, muddle the mint, lemon juice and sugar. Fill with lemonade ice cubes, add watermelon juice and top with lemon-lime soda. Garnish with a watermelon wedge.
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( Photo by Claire Barrett )

Okay so you're thinking "Wait, what's odd about a watermelon cooler?" "Warm weather is here and summer's around the corner." Well, the drink comes from a book called, "Preggatinis: Mixology for the Mom-To-Be" by Natalie Bovis-Nelsen. And we just thought that was -- well -- odd. A votre sante!!

Serves 1

Ingredients:
You can make your own lemonade ice cubes or use regular ice cubes
6 leaves mint
1/2 ounce lemon juice
1 heaping teaspoon powdered sugar
Lemonade ice cubes
4 ounces freshly juiced watermelon
2 ounces lemon-lime soda
Watermelon wedge

In the bottom of a tall glass, muddle the mint, lemon juice and sugar. Fill with lemonade ice cubes, add watermelon juice and top with lemon-lime soda. Garnish with a watermelon wedge.

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