Watermelon Punch


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6 cups watermelon juice (see note)
2 cups pineapple juice
1 can (12 ounces) frozen raspberry juice blend
1 small can (6 ounces) frozen orange juice concentrate
1/4 cup lemon juice


Combine all ingredients in a large jar or pitcher and chill.

To make watermelon juice, process small chunks of watermelon, with seeds removed, in a blender or food processor until they turn to liquid. Make more than you need for this punch, freeze the extra in ice-cube trays, and use the watermelon cubes to chill the punch. (You can also use watermelon juice instead of water when preparing frozen lemonade or limeade.)

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12 to 14 servings


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Tried Watermelon Punch and

Tried Watermelon Punch and it's amazing.

Hi Paul, if you print the

Hi Paul, if you print the watermelon punch recipe, the note which describes how to make watermelon juice appears on the print copy. Hope this helps!

If you don't have a juicer,

If you don't have a juicer, you can simply place chunks of watermelon (no seeds) in your blender and blend, it will make a thick juice. If you want it a little thinner, just let the pulp settle and pour off the top. Then you can add some strong lemonade and ice to the pulp and make a great slushie.

The recipe for Watermelon

The recipe for Watermelon Punch in the recipe section sounds wonderful. The recipe, however, calls for 6 cups watermelon juice. Immediately after this ingredient there is in parentheis the notation "see note." But there seems no note to be seen. Any suggestions?

Hi Paul, if you print the

Hi Paul, if you print the watermelon punch recipe, the note (which explains how to make watermelon juice) will appear on the print copy. Hope this helps!

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