CANTALOUPE MELON AND KIWI AGUA FRESCA #healthydrink #melon #kiwi #sangria #cocktail

CANTALOUPE MELON AND KIWI AGUA FRESCA #healthydrink #melon #kiwi #sangria #cocktail

Quite a long time ago I entered a watermelon eating rivalry. I had a system, a dream and an arrangement despite everything I didn't win. No stresses since who doesn't love to stuff delicious wedges of melon in their mouth on a sweltering summers day?

Melon must be the best refreshment for your buck with regards to natural product. We've all observed the behemoth watermelon available to be purchased in the store yet have you at any point thought about what the most straightforward path is to cut it? You clearly need one of these propellor-sized melon slicers! It's a similar thought as the modest apple slicers we as a whole have, however this thing helps me to remember a cooling fan from the Empire State Building, It's oddly tremendous! Look at the video for a "What the hell" minute and don't hesitate to avoid past the melon scouring part!

I think I've discovered an amazing method to keep the children hydrated this late spring and help our California dry spell issues simultaneously. Simply make a pitcher of this melon agua fresca and keep it in the cooler. It must be the most straightforward thing ever to make and tastes so new and clean.

CANTALOUPE MELON AND KIWI AGUA FRESCA #healthydrink #melon #kiwi #sangria #cocktail

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  • 2 ripe cantaloupe melons
  • 8 cups water
  • 6 kiwis
  • 1/4 cup agave syrup add more if you prefer it sweeter


  1. Half the melons to get 4 pieces. Set two halves aside.
  2. Peel the kiwi fruit.
  3. Extract the fruit from one of the melons (two halves) and add to a blender.
  4. Add 4 cups of water and 3 of the kiwi fruit.
  5. Blend on high for about 30-40 seconds or the melon has been liquified.
  6. Place a sieve over the top of a pitcher and gradually pour the blended melon through the sieve, squeezing it through with the back of a wooden spoon or spatula.
  7. Discard the remaining pulp left in the sieve and continue to strain the juice from the blender.
  8. Repeat the process with the second melon.
  9. Once both melons have been blended and strained into the pitcher, add the agave and stir with a whisk until the agave has dissolved.
  10. Cover the pitcher with plastic wrap and store in the refrigerator for at least two hours or overnight.
  11. Add some ice to the pitcher just before serving and pour into tall glasses.
  12. Garnish with some extra slices of kiwi.

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