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Watermelon juice

watermelon juice

With this heat around I want fresh cold juice to keep me chill all day long. So many recipes, so many ideas, it’s like you can have 1 hear of heat to try all the recipes.

This one came when I had a whole watermelon and no room in the fridge. So, I decided to make a juice from a half of the watermelon and the rest put in the fridge. It was a great idea. My little one was in heaven with this healthy juice.

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup watermelon chopped
  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 tablespoon hemp seeds
  • 1 table spoon chia seeds
  • mint for decoration

Directions:

Put everything in a blender and mix it together. Enjoy!

 

 

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62 thoughts on “Watermelon juice”

  1. when my son was little and loving his bottles, he had watermelon juice all the time….I cut his with water as he didn’t need all the sugar from the melon, he was already a little plump and he wouldn’t drink water in his bottle….but I love watermelon juice, margaritas, frozen in ice cubes in water, in salads, are you seeing a pattern…LOL good call to add chia sees…

  2. This sounds delicious, will try asap! Here in Istanbul/Turkey watermelons are sold at every streetcorner, but I am afraid I will not be able to find hemp seeds

  3. I have a smoothie every morning but I’ve been looking for different types of fruit to put in them and I’ve never thought of watermelon! My usual smoothie is banana, berries, oats and almond milk – keeps me full until lunch πŸ™‚

  4. Hi, I just found your blog and really like it πŸ™‚ This recipe sounds very refreshing. I am currently on vacation at the beach so this is perfect to enjoy in the heat! πŸ™‚
    Looking forward to your future posts.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    xoxo
    Deniza

  5. When I lived in New Mexico I drank soaked chia seeds sometimes, but I’ve never blended them up. I have acquired a taste for watermelon seeds though: they actually taste rather nice.

  6. Great idea! My husband teases me because i drink so much watermelon juice during the season. I just scoop it into a blender and mush it up. Adding some extra nutrition is something I never thought of. Cheers —

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