Watermelon juice recipe
Written by Jayashree
Published on June 25, 2019

Watermelon juice is an excellent thirst quencher. It is tasty and keeps us rejuvenated during hot summer days.

Watermelon is 90% water, it also contains Vitamin A, D and calcium. It helps to keep the body hydrated. It is low in calories and rich in fibre, thus aids in weight loss. It is shown to fight against cancer. It is good for the heart. It is ideal summer fruit as it quenches the thirst and keeps the hunger pangs at bay.

It is always good to pack the refrigerator with summer fruits. You can use them to make candies, juices, ice creams, sorbets or just serve as a fruit salad. It is healthier than the sugar loaded drinks.

I often make mango candy during these monts, it is loved by kids and adults alike. Extract the pulp, blend it to a puree, put it in the moulds and freeze it, voila ! A guilt free dessert is ready in just a few minutes, isn’t it?

Watermelon juice is a refreshing drink, serve it during the mid-day or in the evenings, it is always a winner. It is tasty and makes an ideal drink to keep oneself hydrated.

A few other summer drinks that I have on my blog are : tasty Imli ka Amlana, refreshing Cucumber Lassi

Watermelon Juice Recipe

Ingredients: measurement used : 1 cup =250 ml

  • 2 cup watermelon chunks
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper powder
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • salt to taste
  • sugar if needed

Method:

Cut the watermelon into chunks, remove the seeds and blend them in a blender. Add pepper powder, lemon juice and salt, give a swirl. Pour in glasses and serve.

Take a tip:

  • Cut the watermelon into pieces and keep them in refrigerator ahead of time. It saves the time and you will have a chilled drink. Otherwise, you need to chill it.
  • Add sugar if only needed.
  • You may top it small chunks of the fruit.
  • A few torn mint leaves too taste good.
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Watermelon Juice

Watermelon juice is a refreshing summer drink. It is tasty and

Course summer drinks
Cuisine international
Keyword beat the heat, summer drinks, watermelon juice recipe
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 cup watermelon chunks
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper powder
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • salt to taste
  • sugar if needed

Instructions

  1. Cut the watermelon into chunks, remove the seeds.

  2. Blend them all together.

  3. Add pepper powder, salt and lemon juice, give a swirl.

  4. Chill and serve.

Recipe Notes

  • It is ideal to cut the watermelon and keep it in refrigerator ahead of time.
  • Sugar may be added.
  • A few small pieces of watermelon may be added while serving.

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I have recently joined a group named “Food for Feast“, the monthly themes are decided by polling and the theme selected for June is “Summer Drinks”. Here are the other contributions by my team members : Kesar Badam Lassi without Sugar, Lemonade with Basil Seeds

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11 Comments

  1. Geetha Priyanka

    This watermelon juice with spicy twist sounds absolutely enticing. A much needed drink in this hot weather.

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  2. The Anthony Kitchen

    What a refreshing drink for the summer I always have watermelon in the fridge during the summer so I will be making this soon!

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  3. Jacqueline Debono

    We eat so much watermelon here in Italy during the summer but I have never thought to juice it! Going to make this drink with the next watermelon I buy! Sounds so refreshing and healthy! Pinning for later!

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  4. Jere Cassidy

    I have watermelon in the fridge right now. I think adding the mint is a great idea.

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  5. Sasmita Sahoo Samanta

    Ahaaa such a refreshing drink for summer time. I too love to add tiny chunks of watermelon in the drinkūüėč

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  6. Ramona's Cuisine

    So lovely and refreshing! I cannot wait to try this

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  7. Amanda

    I love the spicy kick with this watermelon juice for a different twist. It’s so refreshing and perfect for the summer months. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
  8. Jenni

    Watermelon is the best summer fruit in my opinion so I love the sound of this. Totally intrigued by the idea of adding pepper powder!

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  9. sophiaassunta

    I love watermelon, I’ll have to try this juice! I bet it would make a great cocktail!

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  10. Mirlene

    Watermelon juice is definitely one of the best drinks to make on a hot summer day – this season is promising to be so… delicious! ūüôā

    Reply
  11. Lathiya

    I love Watermelon. What else can I think apart from this juice in hot summer days. Looks delicious.

    Reply

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