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Virgin Watermelon Margarita

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Ingredients

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3 large cubes watermelons
sugar (as per your requirement)
¼ cup mint leaves
3 lime wedges
500 ml sparkling water
Ice cubes

Nutritional information

47
calories
14.32 g
carbohydrates
1.28 g
protein
0.22 g
fat
3 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Virgin Watermelon Margarita

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    • 15 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Watermelons are the perfect pick for summers. Watermelons make a wonderful coolant because of the amount of water content in them. Considering the nutrient properties of this fruit, it’s the best bet you’ve got when it comes to health.

    Who said margaritas should be alcoholic and who said non-alcoholic margaritas are no fun? Well, this virgin watermelon margarita is all you need to quench your unending thirst this sunny and hot summer. Non-alcoholic but deliciously sweet, this drink will have your family drooling. Be it brunches or dinners, you can make this easy drink recipe and serve your happy guests! An easy recipe with just 5 ingredients and your margarita is ready! What else do you need? Go ahead and give this one a try!

    Health Benefits:

    • Watermelon has just about 46 calories per every cup but is rich in vitamin A and vitamin C. Amongst all the fruits, watermelon is lowest on calories. Eating watermelon is enough to keep your body hydrated all day. It contains compounds that might prevent cancer.
    • The cooling effects of menthol in mint leaves can help to soothe an upset stomach.
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    How to make Virgin Watermelon Margarita

    • Add the cubed watermelons in a blender and blend well till you make a puree out of it.
    • Sieve the puree and set it aside.
    • In a jar and add mint leaves, lime wedges and sugar and muddle the mixture till the mint leaves are nearly bruised.
    • Add the watermelon juice, mint-lime mixture, sparkling water, and ice cubes. Stir well.
    • Pour the mixture into glasses and top it off with mint, a slice of lime and a watermelon slice and lots of ice cubes.
    • Serve chilled and enjoy your margarita.

    Trivia:

    • Watermelons originated from South Africa where wild watermelons had first started growing. The first harvest of watermelons happened in Egypt 5000 years ago.
    • Citrullus Lanatas is the biological name of watermelon and it comes from the family of cucumber, pumpkin and squash. There are almost 1200 varieties in watermelons in the world!
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