Guest Post: Watermelon and Kiwi Fizz

I’m excited to have Sandra from Sandra’s Easy Cooking as my guest today. I’ve known Sandra and been addicted to visiting her blog since I started blogging myself. Sandra and many other foodies have inspired me, to be adventures in the kitchen, and are the reason behind my growing interest in food photography.  
Being a mom is a full time job, yet Sandra not only made it as a wonderful mom, but as an outstanding food blogger and an Author too. Her cookbook Savoring The Sweet Moments have many mouthwatering recipes which are easy to make with ingredients available in almost every kitchen.
Please visit her blog, you’ll enjoy her recipes and beautiful photos, but for now have Sandra’s Watermelon and Kiwi Fizz, it will for sure help with those heat waves!   
Hello Munaty Cooking Redears,
I am Sandra, founder of Sandra’s Easy Cooking, blog with pretty affordable and easy meals. I started blogging less than 2 years ago and love the cooking adventures and challenges that blogging brought me, as well as good friends such as Muna and fantastic audience that bring only smiles on my face and warmth to my hearth.
I am so glad that Muna asked me to guest post here on her blog. I absolutely love her recipes, and pretty photographs as well as Munaty Cooking Magazine.
Muna has been very supportive of me and my blog, and I had a pleasure having her guest posting with her delicious sweet milk bunswhich were hit on Sandra’s Easy Cooking.
Now let me share my recipe with you all. This beverage is very refreshing and full of vitamins, and it’s a drink for all ages. I used blender instead of a juicer so many can enjoy it even if you do not own a juicer.
Let me take you through the steps.

Serves 4-5 people
  • 2 Lemons
  • 1 Lime
  • 4 slices Watermelon
  • 5 Kiwis
  • 3 Tbs Sugar
  • 500 ml cups water
  • 500 ml Soda Water
  • 1 cup Ice
  • 1 tbs of minced Mint
  1. Peel the lemons, lime and kiwi, and slice the watermelon separating it from the skin.
  2. Cut all the fruits into chunks and put in the blender,together with sugar, water and ice.
  3. Blend until smooth.
  4. Take a wire small drainer and drain the juice in a large juice pitcher; this will separate all the seeds that are left in a juice.
  5. Wash a blender just a bit and return the juice back.
  6. Add minced mint and soda;
  7. Pulse blending for few seconds so it can come together.
  8. Return the juice into pitcher and back in the fridge before serving.
You can add more sugar if you like as well more ice.
Taste is citric bit sweet and very refreshing for those hot summer days.
Thank you Muna for letting me be part of your blog today!
I hope you and your readers have pleasant and wonderful Summer!!!


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