Watermelon Punch

by BnB Finder | May 21st, 2013 | Best BnB Bites, Recipes

ref=”https://thinktasty1.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/watermelon-punch.jpg”>watermelon punchAs the weather gets warmer, you may be looking for a summer soft drink that’s extra refreshing and just a little different. Well, this week we’ve got one for you: Watermelon Punch from Big Mill B&B in Williamston, North Carolina.  There’s a whole watermelon in this bowlful of punch — with orange juice concentrate and lemon-lime soda adding a touch of citrus flavor. An ice ring, made in advance with soda and fresh fruit, makes this special enough for a party, outdoors or in. Big Mill offers “country luxury” in the midst of farmland, forest, and gardens, conveniently close to highways.


Watermelon Punch

Serves 20


  1. 1 lemon or orange, washed and sliced
  2. 1 2-liter bottle of lemon lime soda, chilled. Reserve half
  3. 1 large watermelon
  4. 1 6-ounce can frozen orange juice concentrate
  5. ¾ cup sugar or to taste
  1. The ice mold should be made earlier, in time for it to freeze.
  2. The punch needs to be made just before serving.
Ice Ring
  1. Slice the lemon or orange and arrange in the ice mold.
  2. Pour 1/2 the lemon-lime soda into the mold and freeze.
  3. Cut watermelon into halves. Scoop out pulp and place in blender, seeds and all.
  4. Blend for several seconds on medium speed.
  5. Strain through a fine-sieve colander, squeezing out juice. Discard solid parts.
  6. Pour watermelon juice into a large container with lid. Add orange juice concentrate and sugar and stir until sugar and orange juice are dissolved. Chill until ready to serve.
  7. When ready to serve, pour punch into clear glass or plastic punch bowl. Add the lemon-lime soda and stir. Place ice ring in the punch bowl.
Serving Suggestions
  1. This is a gorgeous red punch, so be sure to serve it in a clear glass or plastic container. It looks great served in wine glasses.
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