Recipes: Learn To Make “The Chew” Co-Host Clinton Kelly’s Watermelon Mint Sangria and More Cocktails!

It’s a warm and toasty 92 degrees in Northern California today, and while I’m sitting in the comfy air-conditioned house enjoying my Saturday afternoon, all I can think about is relaxing on the back porch this evening once the breeze kicks in and the sun starts going down. It’s the perfect time to heat up the fire pit and enjoy a great cocktail with friends and family! Earlier this week on “The Chew” Clinton Kelly shared some of his favorite new cocktail concoctions including his watermelon mint sangria, adult raspberry lemonade and very berry basil mojito made with fresh fruit and herbs. YUM!

 

 

"The Chew's" Clinton Kelly shared his Watermelon Mint Sangria recipe on June 24th!

“The Chew’s” Clinton Kelly shared his Watermelon Mint Sangria recipe on June 24th!

 

If you’d like to make “The Chew” chef Clinton Kelly’s watermelon mint sangria, adult raspberry lemonade and/or very berry basil mojitos! Please watch the video below and follow the link to the watermelon mint sangria recipe, adult raspberry lemonade recipe, and the very berry basil mojito recipe. Happy summer y’all!
Watermelon mint sangria ingredients:

  • Watermelon
  • Dry white wine
  • Vodka
  • Cointreau or Triple sec
  • Citrus syrup
  • Ice
  • Mint
  • Love these Highball glasses (they’re on sale too)! So chic and perfect for an outdoor summer party 🙂

 

Adult raspberry lemonade ingredients:

  • Lemonade
  • Frozen raspberries
  • Vodka
  • Ice cubes
  • Mason jars

 

Very berry basil mojito ingredients:

  • Strawberries
  • Lime juice
  • Strawberry simple syrup
  • Black raspberry liqueur
  • White rum
  • Basil
  • Seltzer
  • Boiling water
  • Sugar

 

 

Video one: “The Chew’s” Clinton Kelly shows chefs Carla Hall, Michael Symon, Mario Batali and co-host Daphne Oz how to make these delicious cocktails, but also how you can make them virgin drinks/mocktails!

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