Enjoy this sweet and refreshing Watermelon Mint Juice in no time without having to use a juicer!
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About this Recipe
I've made watermelon juice a bunch of times before, but this time I added a handful of fresh mint and it took this juice to the next level!
I would love to get a juicer one day, but I've found that blending and straining my produce is working pretty well for an occasional treat. If you don't have space or money for a juicer, I really hope you can give this amazing and simple Watermelon Mint Juice made in a blender a try!
This watermelon mint juice recipe is super simple and only requires two ingredients!
- 6 cups of cubed watermelon
- 1 handful of fresh mint leaves
Watermelon Mint Lime Juice
If you add the juice of two limes, you can easily turn this into watermelon mint lime juice!
Watermelon Mint Lemonade
To add some tart to balance the sweetness, add some lemon juice to taste.
How to make Watermelon Mint Juice in a Blender
Two ingredients and two steps! That's all that is required to make this juice!
STEP 1: Blend together the watermelon and mint (don't add any water) until fairly smooth in your blender.
STEP 2: Pour the pulpy juice through a fine mesh sieve into a large bowl until you get a smooth juice and all the pulp has been removed.
OPTIONAL: Pour this juice over ice cubes and stir for an extra-refreshing summer watermelon mint drink that has a sweet flavor, is great for hydration, and will replenish your antioxidants!
You can easily double or triple this recipe and store the leftovers in the refrigerator in an airtight container for 3-5 days giving you fresh watermelon juice throughout the week!
Other Juice in a Blender Recipes
If you enjoy the simplicity of making juice in a blender, you have to try out my Apple, Carrot, and Ginger Juice using a Blender recipe!
Watermelon Mint Juice made in a blender
- 6 cups cubed watermelon seedless if possible
- 1 handful fresh mint leaves
- Blend together the watermelon and mint (don't add any water) until fairly smooth in your blender.
- Pour the pulpy juice through a fine mesh sieve until you get a smooth juice and all the pulp has been removed.
- Enjoy immediately!
Those comments are normal in Asia. Same in Viet Nam. Whenever I'm asked how much my salary is, I always reply, "enough to pay the bills."
The first thing my one best friend told me straightaway is that I looked "whiter and fatter" than the previous year. His father saw me and said I looked skinner than I did ten years ago when he first met me.
Asians tend to be very literal people. Just have a laugh or tell them they are fat or skinny too 🙂
I know! I'm so glad I traveled to African and Asia a bunch before moving to China, cause I was well prepared:) You definitely have to have thick skin and a light-hearted attitude to live in Asia!