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Watermelon Lemonade Recipe

Updated on July 4, 2015

All Natural Juice Recipes

Warm weather brings many great flavors with it, two of which are watermelon and lemonade. This recipe combines the two flavors together, and is very refreshing !


8 cups of seeded and cubed watermelon

1 cup of water

1/2 cup of sugar

2 large lemons (juiced) or 2/3 cup of lemon juice


Crushed ice

In a small pan bring the water to a boil and add the sugar, stirring until dissolved. Let set until cool. Next, you want to puree the watermelon in a blender. Add the juice from your lemons (or lemon juice) into the blender with the watermelon, pulse a couple times to blend.

Strain the puree over a bowl, and put the juice part back into the blender and add the cooled sugar/water mixture. Put it in the fridge until chilled.

To serve, fill you glasses half full with ice, pour the watermelon/lemon mixture over the ice. Top it off with Sprite (or 7up.) Enjoy !


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      6 years ago from UK

      Oh my word - how refreshing do those drinks look! Great photo and interesting recipe. Have you considered adding the tiniest dashes of Worcester sauce to the final mix Deborah? Might just send you in watermelon paradise! Hee-ha!

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      6 years ago from the short journey

      A great drink for an end of summer party. Watermelon and lemonade--a perfect combination!

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      Pragati Negi 

      6 years ago from Delhi

      This is good, today i come to know about it, wow great....

    • TesstheScribbler profile image

      Tess Deleon 

      6 years ago from At Home

      Wow, I didn't know there was such a thing! Good work!

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      6 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Yum... this sounds like a great way to enjoy the last few weeks of summer. Voted up!

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      6 years ago from George, South Africa

      This sounds like a very refreshing summer drink.

      Thanks for sharing the recipe!


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      Mahaveer Sanglikar 

      6 years ago from Pune, India

      Thank you Deborah for sharing this recipe. It is rainy season here and we like to eat this fruit in summer only, although the fruit is available in all seasons now. Your recipe will help me in cumming summer.


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