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Watermelon Smoothie

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Adjust Servings:
2 cups deseeded watermelon pulp
1 tbsp fresh mint or basil leaves-- chopped
1 tsp clear honey
3 ice cubes
2 cups strawberries
1 tsp lemon Juice

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Watermelon Smoothie

  • Veg
  • 10 mins
  • Serves 1
  • Easy



Watermelon smoothies have a distinct flavor. It is a cooling drink and especially beneficial whenthe weather is hot. Watermelon contains essential vitamins beneficial for the growth of children. So, while you pack off your child to school, consider including some watermelon smoothie in a bottle or thermos along with your kid’s tiffin box. You can also opt for a Vaya Tyffyn instead of plastic lunchboxes and fragile glassware to ensure your food stays hot and fresh for long hours. There’s nothing better than a hot homecooked meal followed by a cold watermelon smoothie! watermelon, the chief ingredient of this smoothie, has a makeup of 90% water. And if due attention is not given to the recipe, your smoothie could turn out watery. Red on for a step-by- step approach of preparing watermelon smoothie while you make it in your kitchen. You can do it right now. Can’t you?

Health Benefits

Watermelons are an excellent source of essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber. These nutrients:

  • Help treat intestinal issues and push toxic wastes from the body.
  • Keep your body hydrated
  • Cleanse the intestines, kidneys and bladder
  • Make your eyes and skin clear
  • Keeps infections at bay by boosting immunity
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How to Make It

Blend watermelon pulp, strawberries, basil/mint, honey, ice cubes and lemon juice to
Note: Adjust the quantity of ice cubes to achieve the desired consistency.

Serve in fancy glasses!


  1. Watermelon is technically a vegetable. It belongs to the same family as that of pumpkins, squash, and cucumbers.
  2. If you have leftover watermelon rind don’t throw it away! The first cookbook published in the United States had recipe for watermelon rind pickles. Try to get that recipe if you can and pickle away!
  3. The word watermelon became a part of the English dictionary in 1615!


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