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Watermelon Ice

4 Cups seeded 1-inch watermelon chunks
1/4 cup thawed frozen unsweetened pineapple juice concentrate
2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
Fresh Melon balls (optional)
Fresh Mint leaves (optional)

Place Melon chinks in a single layer in plastic freezer bag; freeze until firm, about 8 hours. Place frozen melon in food processor container fitted with steel blade. Let stand 15 minutes to soften slightly. Add pineapple juice and lime juice. Remove plunger from top of food processor to allow air to be incorporated. Process until smooth, scraping down sides of container frequently. Spoon into individual desert dishes. Garnish with melon balls and mint leaves if desired. Freeze left overs. Makes 6 servings Variations:
Honeydew Ice:
Substitute honey dew for watermelon and unsweetened pineapple-guave-orange juice concentrate for pineapple juice concentrate.
Cantloupe Ice:
Sunstitute cantaloupe for watermelon and unsweetened pineapple-guava-orange juice concentrate for pineapple juice concentrate.
Recipe by Tabby

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