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Watermelon Limeade

Pucker up and enjoy this wonderful refreshing drink created by my son, who is definitely a foodie and enjoys creating things in the kitchen.
This is what he did -
  • cubed a small seedless watermelon
  • juiced about 12 fresh limes
  • added sugar to taste
  • mint leaves to garnish
  1. Take the watermelon chunks and puree in the blender. You will have to do this in several batches.
  2. Pour through a strainer to catch the little white seeds and extra pulp.
  3. Pour into a large container.
  4. Add fresh lime juice.
  5. Sugar to taste.
  6. Mint leaves and ice.
Enjoy this burst of freshness, a very nice drink with beautiful color.

Variation 2-
I made lemonade from frozen concentrate according to directions and added about 8 cups of watermelon juice using the above son was not home to squeeze all those limes, so mom took that lazy way out :)


  1. Looks easy and refreshing. The perfect drink before the summer ends. Richard from Amish Stories

  2. What a wonderful summer drink! Thank you for sharing :).

  3. I bet this would be awesome frozen into a slushie.

  4. Oh it looks delicious and the bonus is how beautiful it is. Perhaps your son would like to be a Mennonite Boy who Can Cook.

  5. Yum!! Looks delish. Will have to try this.

  6. This looks amazing! Many times after a party, I have had leftover chunks of watermelon and this is the perfect use for them...I would take the lazy way out too! Thanks for sharing.

  7. This appeared at the perfect time. Iwas going to google for a watermelon beverage recipe for family reunion this weekend.

  8. That looks delicious. I'll have to try it.

  9. YUMMY this looks good mashAllah.


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