Watermelon Juice Recipe
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 8 cups
- 8 cups ripe seedless watermelon cubed (medium size watermelon)
- water optional *(this will help thin the mixture)
- high-speed blender
- mesh strainer optional
- glass bottle (mason jar)
- mixing bowl
Place watermelon in high power blender, I used the Ninja Professional 1500 blender. Blend watermelon well and then pour in glass jars. I used two 32ouce mason jars. This is good in the refrigerator for up to five days. If you want to strain the juice to remove excess watermelon, after blending ingredients, use a mesh strainer placed over a big bowl, and pour the mixer into strainer, allowing the bowl to catch the juice from the watermelon. Use a rubber spatula to help squeeze excess juice from the watermelon then store in fridge in glass bottles.
Summertime is here and a good way to stay hydrated is by eating and drinking foods that contains water. Watermelon contains over 90 % water. This fruit has so many benefits for the body including hydration. Though drinking water is vital for the body to stay hydrated, watermelon is a good source for hydration when you want something different besides water.
Also, it can double as a filler because of its high water content you are less likely to be hungry when drinking or eating watermelon. Water is low in calories at only 46 calories per cup, low glycemic only 9.5 grams of sugar per cup, and contains 0.6 grams of fibers per cup. Watermelon high water content will keep you cool on a warm summer day. Also, watermelon peak season is the summertime so you’re more likely to get good quality watermelon during this season. Watermelon has a variety of nutrients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Potassium, Magnesium, Vitamins B1, B5 and B6. This watermelon juice is natural, and it reaps so many benefits. Let me know if you tried this recipe. How are you staying hydrated this summer?