Recipe: Watermelon sleigh

Home Cooking Recipe: Watermelon sleigh


The fresh sleigh is perfect for a summer tasting. You can choose a sweet watermelon or a favorite melon. If you want a different refreshing taste, add 1/4 cup of mint leaves while stirring the watermelon. The recipe is taken from "Dessert Time • Ice Cream", a family DIY ice cream book written by the former food editor of Martha Stewart Life, the most famous lifestyle magazine in the United States. Contains 50 delicious ice cream recipes, from classic vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, almond toffee, to more creative, adult-friendly spicy chocolate, salted caramel, jasmine tea, orange and cardamom flavors. With lower fat healthy sleigh, frozen yogurt and sherbet, you can meet your different needs in summer. Egg rolls, cookies and toppings make your ice cream as professional as a five-star hotel.



  1. Add sugar and 3⁄4 cups of water to a small pan, heat to a boil over medium to high heat, and stir until the sugar is completely melted into syrup. Cool to room temperature and set aside.

  2. Pour the cooled syrup into a blender or food processor. Add watermelon, lemon juice and salt to mix and mix until smooth.

  3. Pour the mixture into a bowl and chill until completely cooled, at least 2 hours, for up to 1 day.

  4. Pour the cooled watermelon mixture into the ice cream machine and follow the instructions, then pour the snow into a low temperature resistant container, overlay the baking paper or wax paper, and freeze to freeze. It takes at least 2 hours and can be stored for up to 3 days.


Mixed melon sorbet mixes several different flavors of smoothies, such as cantaloupe, cantaloupe and watermelon, and you will get a colorful smoothie that will look pleasant. You can also make a small smoothie ball into a lollipop for another fun.

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