Watermelon lime slush with fresh mint

Watermelon slush with lime and mint

Is there anything better than a cold, icy watermelon lime slush on a hot summer day? I doubt there is! If you agree, then keep on reading: here’s a lovely recipe to the cooling summer drink, with no added sugar like the normal slush drinks usually have.

This drink takes your thirst away, refreshes you, and gives you a great amount of C- and A-vitamins, fiber and potassium. Also, watermelon has this great antioxidant called lycopene, that, according to research, decreases the risk for cardiovascular diseases. Not bad at all from a summery drink, don’t you think?

Watermelon slush with lime and mint

this drink is quickly prepared, and it’s enough if the watermelon pieces are almost frozen: I diced the melon, left them in the freezer for about 20 minutes, and added some ice cubes as well. But if you have more time, go ahead and freeze the pieces properly and leave out ice cubes.

Watermelon has always been one of my favorite fruits, and I eat it tons during summer. This summer, even more than usually, I’m sure, thanks to this lovely drink!

Have lovely and refreshing moments,

Watermelon slush with lime and mint

Watermelon lime slush with fresh mint 

for two

1 mini watermelon (or half from a big one)
1 lime
handfull of strong, fresh mint
ice cubes

1. Cut the peel out from the melon and dice it. Put into freezer for 20 minutes or so.

2. Squeeze the juice of the lime and rinse the herb.

3. When the watermelon is almost frozen, take it out and add all the ingredients to blender.

4. Mix up this lovely, refreshing summery drink, and enjoy! ✨

Watermelon slush with lime and mint

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