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For every watermelon lover- try this refreshing watermelon smoothie on a hot day! Delicious and simple!
This post was originally published on 1/25/2017 and updated with new pictures on 7/12/2018
Watermelons are the must have in our house. Great if it’s summer and it’s easier to find a quality watermelon almost everywhere.
It gets more tricky in winter months, when most of the watermelons are imported. It reminds me of a Russian Roulette- you never know is it going to be sweet or not.
We have 3 major watermelon eaters in our household– me and my two kids .
So each time we buy a huge watermelon, we leave a half of it uneaten and I traditionally make popsicles out of it. They are delicious and very refreshing, worth trying!
Watermelon leftovers are going to the fridge until the next day. Perfect breakfast smoothie main ingredient ! Fresh, crisp and crunchy watermelon bites are perfect
I usually blend strawberries all together with the green part- it gives a smoothie an extra nutrition. Make sure to wash your strawberries really well!
Optionally you can use frozen strawberries, like i did in this recipe. It helps to keep the smoothie cold and refreshing.
Watermelon smoothie benefits
- Great source of vitamin C
- Very low in calories
- It is a excelent source of the amino acid citrulline, and the antioxidant lycopene
- Very kids friendly smoothie. Kids love to drink it on a hot day
- May help lower blood pressure
- It has so much water- perfect for hydration!
Here is the perfect proof that this a toddler-kid friendly smoothie- my kids couldn’t wait until i finish the photo shoot! (please dont mind dirty hands- my kids were playing and painting on the front porch:)
Try my other smoothie recipes readers love!
- Broccoli smoothie
- Raspberry banana oat breakfast smoothie (dairy free)
- Superfood Mango smoothie
- Post workout smoothie
- Freezer smoothie packs
Other watermelon recipes:
Watermelon smoothie with lime
- 1 cup watermelon cut and frozen
- 1 handful strawberries
- juice of half a lime
- fresh mint
- Mix all ingredients in your blender(except the mint)
- Pour in to the tall glass or mason jar. Add mint
Tools used in this recipe
Nutrition information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only. This information comes from online calculators.