What do you do with a subpar watermelon? Make watermelon lemonade!!
Thought I would share this “no-recipe” recipe in case you too come home with that not-so-great melon.
In my blender, I added the entire small seedless melon cubed up (about 8c), along with 2/3-3/4c of fresh lemon juice. I blended it, tasted it to see if it needed any sweetener, and then added a touch of agave.
This drink is a refreshing treat, but it can easily be turned into a watermelon margarita with the addition of some tequila!
Dates for the new menu are now open! And I forgot to mention that this ‘Healthy Brunch” menu is naturally gluten-free.
Please visit my website or click here to see the “Healthy Brunch” dates. Reservations for classes remain the same; email me with your request and I will make every effort to get you into the class of your choosing.
Giving me a few options is always best.
Please remember DO NOT HIT REPLY to this blog post, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Power up with a healthy brunch, lunch or breakfast for dinner! This meal has many do-ahead options to make for easy entertaining or easy mealtime prep. This delicious menu will include: Strawberry-Avocado Salad with Poppyseed Dressing; Homemade Savory Granola; Mushroom-Spinach Crustless Quiche; Smoky Herb-Roasted Baby Potatoes; and for a sweet ending Carrot Cake Energy Truffles.
Dates for the new menu will be posted Monday morning – May 9. This new class will run through June on select dates. This week I am taking reservations for private groups of 8.
Please visit my website May 9 to see available June dates.
If you are interested in taking this class with several friends, please respond early next week, and I will make every effort to get you into the class together. As always, please try to give a couple of date choices when making your request.
Also, if you want to book this class for a private group of 8 please contact me by Friday.
And remember, if you want to reply to me do not hit reply, email me directly at email@example.com.