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Easy Homemade Kiwi Watermelon Slushie

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Whip up these kiwi watermelon slushies! They are homemade slush that is filled with natural watermelon and kiwi. 4 ingredients are all it takes to make this watermelon slushie!

Layered kiwi watermelon slushies garnished with slices of watermelon on skewers.

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Since summer is in full swing, now is the time to take advantage of all the ripe fruit on hand. One fruit I can’t get enough of is watermelon. This watermelon recipe will cool you down on a hot summer day!

This Kiwi Watermelon Slushie Recipe Is…

  • Make with 4 ingredients
  • Fresh watermelon and kiwi
  • Naturally gluten free
  • Can be made with sweetener in replace of sugar
  • Sweet and tart
  • Cold summer drink

Ingredients Needed For Watermelon Kiwi Slushies

Kiwi, Watermelon, Sugar, and ice sitting on a countertop.
  • Watermelon
  • Kiwi
  • Ice
  • Sugar

How to Make Kiwi Watermelon Slushies

The complete list of ingredients, quantities, and instructions can be found in the printable recipe card below.

Collage of blending watermelon.
  1. In a blender, add half the ice, sugar, and diced watermelon. Blend as directed until nice and mixed, and all the ice is broken up. Pour into a container and set aside. (Photos 1 & 2)
Collage of creating Kiwi Watermelon Slushies.
  1. Next, do the same steps with the kiwi, and blend well. (Photo 3)
  2. Pour the mixture into a glass. You can layer the flavors, swirl them in, or how you would like. (Photo 4)
Two glasses of watermelon kiwi slushie.

Does My Fruit Need to Be Frozen

If you would like frozen fruit, go ahead and freeze your fruit the night before, or at least 6 hours. Just dice the fruit up, and place in a container or freezer bag.

Then toss right in the blender frozen. It will add more frozen texture to the slushies. But it is not a have to do step.

Variations to Homemade Slushies Recipe

  • Swap kiwi out with another fruit, like strawberries, cantaloupe, etc.
  • You can do a straight kiwi slushie or watermelon slushie. Just do all the same fruit.
  • If you don’t want to add in granulated sugar, feel free to use honey, agave, or sweetener of choice.
  • If you do not want layers of the slush, blend it all at once.
Two glasses of layered kiwi watermelon slushies with slices of kiwi on the background.

Expert Tips

  • Add in food coloring to each fruit to give the slushie layers a more vibrant coloring.
  • Use a spoon to gently pour on the different layers of slushies on top of each other to prevent them from mixing. If you pour too fast, it will not create the layered look.
  • Make sure the ice gets nice and crushed up to give you a true slushies texture.
  • Make this slushies recipe right before you want to serve it up. Otherwise, it will melt and water down the drink.


What if I don’t own a blender?

You can use a hand mixer or food processor to break up the ice. Unfortunately, it is nearly impossible to crush the ice enough by hand to create the slush texture you are going to want without a blender, food processor, or mixer.

Can I make this a fizzy slushie?

Add in some fizzy water or a lemon-lime soda. This will help to give it a carbonated texture. Just make sure the soda is nice and chilled so it doesn’t melt your ice too fast.

Do I have to add in the sugar?

If you want to mix up the fruit and ice and find it is sweet enough as is, just skip the sugar. That is fine to do without adding sugar. The sugar just helps to add sweetness to the slushie and bring out the natural flavors of the fruit more.

Can I use a seeded watermelon for this slushie recipe?

So, if you want to use a seeded watermelon, I recommend making sure you remove the seeds. You can press the watermelon through a fine-mesh strainer or cheesecloth to help pull out any seeds. Then blend.

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Glasses of layered Kiwi Watermelon Slushies.
4.89 from 17 votes

Easy Homemade Kiwi Watermelon Slushie

Author: Kim Schob
Course: Beverages
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Yields 4 Slushies
Learn how to make this easy homemade kiwi watermelon slushie. Fresh watermelon and kiwi fruit in each sip. A homemade slushie recipe that will be a huge hit!


  • 2 cup (473 ⅙ g) crushed ice
  • 1 cup (152 g) watermelon
  • ½ cup (88 ½ g) kiwi
  • 4 tbsp sugar


  • In a blender, pour half of the crushed ice and the watermelon.
  • Add 2 tbsp of sugar and mix until smooth
  • Set aside the watermelon slush and repeat the process with the kiwi. If you do not have a blender, you can also use a hand mixer.
  • I recommend you taste the separated slushies at this point and correct the sweetness to your liking.
  • Fill about ¼ of the glass with kiwi slush and the rest with watermelon slush.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 70kcal (4%) Carbohydrates: 18g (6%) Protein: 0.5g (1%) Fat: 0.2g Saturated Fat: 0.01g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g Monounsaturated Fat: 0.03g Sodium: 8mg Potassium: 87mg (2%) Fiber: 1g (4%) Sugar: 16g (18%) Vitamin A: 235IU (5%) Vitamin C: 20mg (24%) Calcium: 14mg (1%) Iron: 0.1mg (1%)

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  1. 5 stars
    This seems like a perfect summer recipe and although I like it as it is, but I am thinking if I can spike it up with a little alcohol 🙂

  2. I can’t really have kiwi because I have an allergy, but I am going to share this with coworkers who love kiwi and would love to try this!

    1. 5 stars
      I’m sorry, and please share with them. Thank you for sharing with them very nice of you. I hope they enjoy it. Thank you for stopping by Aisasami!

  3. I would add little sugar to the watermelon because I like it a little sweeter haha. This looks yummy

  4. 5 stars
    That looks amazing with the layers — it would be great to serve at a little cocktail party. I would skip the sugar personally but otherwise, this looks great!

  5. 5 stars
    The combination of kiwi and watermelon sounds so refreshing. I love how easy to make this healthy drink is.

  6. Both are my fav fruits in this drink recipe, love this & gonna making mine. Cheers siennylovesdrawing

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