Have you ever tried juicing? A few months back we purchased a juicer and did a juice cleanse. I didn’t even last one day, but I want to try to incorporate juicing into my diet more. If you are a little hesitant to try the green juices, give this Refreshing Watermelon Lime Juice a try first.
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Nothing says Summer like watermelon. Here in Florida, Summer has officially arrived. If it’s still cold where you are, this drink will definitely make you feel like Summer has arrived, no matter what the weather is like.
This juice combines a few of my favorites: watermelon, raspberry and lime. Watermelon is great for juicing because you get a lot of juice out of it! The raspberry and lime add a little extra flavor for a delicious combination.
In order to make this juice, you will want to have a juicer. I highly recommend this Breville Juicer that you can purchase on Amazon. Ours works great and is easy to use and clean.
If you don’t have a juicer, you can use a blender. However, a juicer removes only the juice while a blender just combines all the ingredients you put in it. So the blender will produce more of a smoothie than a juice.
This drink is so easy to make! One of the most time consuming parts of juicing can be preparing all your fruits and veggies before you send them through the juicer. This recipe makes it easy since you only have 3 ingredients and it doesn’t take long to get them ready to juice.
- Approx. 3 pounds of watermelon
- 1 (6-ounce) container of raspberries
- 1 small lime
- Cut the watermelon into thin strips, removing the rind. Set aside.
- Peel the lime and set aside.
- Use a juicer to juice all of the fruit in this order: lime, raspberries, and finally the watermelon.
- Refrigerate and serve chilled or serve immediately over ice.
- NOTE: If you don't have a juicer, you can make this juice in the blender. However, the juicer removes everything but the juice, so the blender will produce a thicker juice. You will also need to remove any seeds from the watermelon before blending.
Have you tried juicing before? What’s your favorite recipe?