Diabetes-Friendly Watermelon Milkshake

NOTE: We tried this last night and it was so-so. Food.com won't let me remove it, so it will be here forever whether it's fabulous or not. Anyway... this is just fair warning. Prep time below does not include cutting up and freezing watermelon. This comes out pretty thick, so you could eat it from a bowl instead of drinking it if you'd like.

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  • Combine all ingredients in blender and process to milkshake consistency. Taste and add more Splenda as desired.
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"NOTE: We tried this last night and it was so-so. Food.com won't let me remove it, so it will be here forever whether it's fabulous or not. Anyway... this is just fair warning. Prep time below does not include cutting up and freezing watermelon. This comes out pretty thick, so you could eat it from a bowl instead of drinking it if you'd like."
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  1. Paris D
    NOTE: We tried this last night and it was so-so. Food.com won't let me remove it, so it will be here forever whether it's fabulous or not. Anyway... this is just fair warning. Prep time below does not include cutting up and freezing watermelon. This comes out pretty thick, so you could eat it from a bowl instead of drinking it if you'd like.
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