Watermelon Prosecco Slushies

Don’t stop reading if you don’t drink Prosecco! I give you a fun twist on this adult beverage later in the post!!

Talk about the heat – today we have a heat index in Arkansas of 110 and it is July 1. WOW! These Watermelon and Prosecco Slushies have the perfect amount of tart, sweet, and spike. I was actually really impressed with how frozen watermelon and a little bit of Prosecco make the best frozen drink. I add a little bit of something extra for a kick… keep reading.

This all came together in my new Ninja blender and am obsessed with how quickly it came together.

My baby sister has been talking about watermelon since May. I think if someone could figure out how to get a fresh July tasting Watermelon the entire year they would have a corner in the market that no one has.

This slushie uses 4 simple ingredients.

Watermelon, Prosecco, a dash of sugar, ice (only if you need it), and Lemons. I substitute 1/4 cup Limoncello for the lemons – this also adds a little bit of a spike and makes it a boozier, which in the summer around the pool is never a bad idea. Am I right?

Want a slushie for the entire family?

Use this recipe:

  • 16 ounces Watermelon, frozen – about half of a watermelon
  • 4 cups of something sparkling (sparkling water, ginger ale, sprite, etc..)
  • 1/2 cup of lemonade or just plain lemons if that is your thing!!
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Watermelon Slushie

Watermelon Prosecco Slushies

  • Author: Abby Turner
  • Total Time: 7 minutes
  • Yield: 46 large servings 1x


  • 1/2 Watermelon, 16 ounces cubed and frozen
  • 2 tablespoons of sugar
  • 3 cups of Prosecco
  • 1/4 cup of Limoncello* (or 3 lemons of juice and 1/4 cup of Vodka)


  1. Make sure the Watermelon is frozen. 
  2. But everything in a blender and pulse until slushed. 
  3. If needed, add more ice. 
  4. Garnish with Mint
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes

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I’m Abby, and I’m all about setting the table every day and making a simple dinner with easy recipes to enjoy with friends. The inspiration you’ll find here are simple and meant to encourage you to declutter your table and invite friends over! I spend my days working as a marketer for a retail company and dreaming of dinner time. I really hope that through A Table Top Affair you will find a newfound love for your kitchen and that relationships would be formed around your table.

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