Just Dew It! Smoothie

"Really refreshing, hardly any fat, and, if you use diet soda, hardly any calories."
Just Dew It! Smoothie created by PaulaG
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  • Place it all in the blender and blend.
  • Enjoy!

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  1. rosslare
    Yum! Honeydew, mint and ginger ale!
  2. Sageca
    I made myself a treat and it was really good! Great combination of flavours.I enjoyed this for WT3; thanks for posting. Rita
  3. fia264
    You're right, its cool and refreshing. It was a little bitter with the lime juice so I added more honeydew and with the ginger ale, it tasted so much better. Going to make some more tomorrow. Thanks
  4. MomLuvs6
    The ingredients blended together nicely making this a cool and refreshing drink. Nice for hot summer days. Really easy to make.
  5. lauralie41
    Made this smoothie as a treat for DD. She loved it and so did I! The mint and honeydew went so well together. I did use ginger ale but didnt add the salt. Thank you Kate!


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