It is hard to believe that school starts in a week. I will be driving my son to Missouri for College in a week (another thing hard to believe or think about). Before summer ends, I am continuing to use summers freshest fruit and vegetables in my kitchen. I created these Watermelon Mint Floats the other day which were a huge hit! With 4 ingredients, how could you go wrong? Watermelon is SO good for you. See my top health benefits of watermelon in my post here.
Watermelon Mint Floats
1 tablespoon chopped fresh mint
1 cup sparkling water or club soda
1 pint low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt
Fresh mint sprigs (optional)
2. Scoop vanilla yogurt into 4 (8 ounce) or 2 (16-ounce) glasses. Pour watermelon soda over the yogurt and garnish with fresh mint sprigs, if desired. Serves 4
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