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A refreshing and healthy watermelon and cucumber lemonade with mint and no added sugar. The best summer drink!
I have been feeling a little depressed over the weekend as if I had caught a little cold. Which is not surprising since we went from 33 ° C to 22 ° C during the night. I have slept longer, which is unusual for me, and I had little energy … but I am happy to say that I am back to normal today!
I woke up to my usual 6.45 and went to work right away, feeling good, optimistic and ready for a new week of delicious recipes … like this amazing cucumber and watermelon lemonade that's super easy to make in just 15 minutes! Delicious, refreshing and healthy with no added sugars, this could be the best summer drink!
Off the topic, a little-known fact about us! We are big Game of Thrones fans and we are so excited for Season 7! Since we are not in the USA. USA, We will only be watching the episode tonight and in the meantime, we will do our best to avoid social media to avoid any spoilers!
And as I wait for the evening screening, I'm thinking of recipes to serve at our little gathering, which would be fun, easy, and quick to make, and this watermelon and cucumber lemonade is an absolute must for an exciting summer night, I don't you do. do you think 🙂
Mint Cucumber Watermelon Lemonade
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Preparation time: 15 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes
A healthy and refreshing summer cucumber watermelon lemonade with mint and no added sugar!
5 cups watermelon, diced
1 small cucumber
1 organic lemon
1 liter of water
- Cut the watermelon into cubes, removing the peel and the seeds. You will need about 5 cups of cubes. Put 4 cups of watermelon cubes in the blender and blend until smooth. Pass the watermelon juice through a fine strainer to make a clear watermelon juice. Transfer the juice to a large jug, add 1 cup of saved watermelon cubes.
- Wash and dry the cucumber, then cut it into thin slices and add it to the jar.
- Cut the lime in half and squeeze the juice, add it to the pitcher. Wash the lemon and cut it into thin slices, then add it to the jar.
- Get some fresh mint stems, wash them, and then add them to the jar. Add water until the jug is full and stir well. Refrigerate before serving or add a few ice cubes to chill the drink.
Calories: 73.66 Total Fat: 0.41 g Saturated Fat: 0.06 g Sodium: 13.44 mg Carbohydrates: 19.27 g Fiber: 1.87 g Sugar: 13.32 g Protein: 1.74 g
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Also try this classic homemade Mojito for a summer drink for adults 🙂