Tomato Watermelon Granita
Fresh, juicy watermelon and canned tomatoes make for a delicious and easy summer dessert by Chef George Duran for Hunt’s. Don’t forget to stir the granita mixture as it freezes to create the shaved ice effect. Click Here to See More Granita Recipes
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Watermelon and Mint Granita
Watermelon and mint are two of my favorite summertime flavors — nothing is more refreshing. Plus, this is a relatively hands-off recipe; just blend, freeze, and eat! Click here to see D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Wine Granita
This prep-ahead cocktail is ideal for a large group. A little advance preparation will have you scooping out drinks in no time. Could this be better than ice cream?
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Coffee Granita
Eating ice cream for breakfast is made acceptable when you imitate this Italian summer ritual.This recipe is courtesy of Smitten Kitchen.
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Orange Granita
When you need a cool and refreshing snack, there’s nothing like a snow cone. But if you can’t wait for the ice cream truck, try making this simple orange granita instead. 
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Watermelon Granita
This icy treat makes the most of rich ripe watermelon. Melons can vary in flavor quite a bit, so taste the mixture before freezing and add more honey or lime if desired. Click here to see In Season: Watermelon Galore!
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Coffee Granita
Turn your favorite caffeinated beverage into a frozen treat by making this refreshing granita. We like to sweeten ours with sugar, but you could experiment with agave and maple syrup, too. Serve the granita in coffee cups topped with whipped cream for a fun presentation.
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Tomatoes should be served at room temperature, and this icy vinaigrette is a cool and resfreshing way to add contrast to the tomatoes. 
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Lime Granita with Fresh Mint
This refreshing frozen treat is sweet and tart. If you don’t have limes on hand, you could easily make this recipe with lemon or grapefruit juice instead; either would be equally as delicious.
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Mixed Berry Granita
This cool and refreshing treat gets its vibrant color from fresh berries: strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries.
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Peach Granita
Granita can be made of any deliciously ripe fruit; here, the combination of aromatic peaches and prosecco make for a festive delight.
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Concord grapes are so sweet and juicy that they seem to explode in your mouth. Using the juice to make an icy granita is one of my favorite ways to enjoy this superfood. The addition of lime provides a nice tart flavor to balance out some of the sweetness. The fresh mint infused into the syrup and the sprinkle of salt gives it a bit of finesse and makes this light dessert even more refreshing. This is a perfect recipe for splurging on a high-quality sea salt like fleur de sel — sprinkled over the granita just before serving will give it a burst of flavor, visual appeal, and even texture.   Recipe courtesy of Kitchen Confidence by Kelsey Nixon   Click here to see How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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