Refreshing Watermelon Mint Juice which you can make with your blender in no time! Super tasty with no added sugar. There is also a video so you can see how I make it!
We love watermelons around here. We eat them all the time! I love cutting up watermelon into cubes then I will put in bowls and place in the fridge. That way, my girls can easily snack on it anytime.
Watermelons are so juicy! And man, I could give an arm for a glass of watermelon juice. It is super refreshing!
How to Make Watermelon Mint Juice
All you need to do is place some chopped watermelon in a blender with some mint leaves and lime juice. Then you blend and pass through a sieve. Viola, Watermelon Mint Juice!
The result is a minty watermelon juice with a bit of tart from the lime. Deliciously sweet and good for your body!
I first made this watermelon juice with just watermelon and mint. It tasted good but felt so “flat”. According to Mr. N who is the head of the tasting committee (CTO), the juice needed something sharp. So I decided to try it again with some added lime juice and boom! The limes made such a huge difference.
So I would say, do not skip the lime in this recipe. It provides some much needed tartness!
This watermelon mint juice is sweet, minty and slightly tart. So refreshing, it is hard to put the glass down once you start drinking. Enjoy, friends!
Watch my healthy juice recipes video:
This Watermelon Mint Juice is sweet, minty, slightly tart and so refreshing. It is hard to put the glass down once you start drinking. Enjoy this healthy juice recipe!
- 4 cups cubed seedless watermelon
- 4 mint leaves
- Juice of 1 lime
Put everything in a blender and puree until smooth.
Pass through a sieve then serve as it is or serve over ice. Enjoy!
1. I advise you drink your watermelon juice immediately you make it. But if you would love to store it, pour into a bottle/jar and store in the fridge for up to two days.
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