watermelon orange juice recipe, how to make watermelon orange juice

watermelon orange juice

to beat the heat in the summers here’s watermelon orange juice. most of us know that cold drinks and artificially flavored juices are not good for health. but still most of us end up drinking them.

i will not blame us for this because we are so much conditioned by advertisements and celebrities endorsing for these brands that we think it is really cool to drink soft drinks and artificially flavored juices.

however, what is really cool in attitude as well for the body are drinking drinks made from fresh fruits  like – kokum sherbet, shikanji (sweet lemonade), sweet lime juice, musk melon juice, mint juice, aam ka panna and watermelon juice.

the best option on a hot summer day could be coconut water. i think 99% of the blog readers will agree that no drink can beat coconut water on a hot day.

watermelon orange juice

in this post, i am bringing a refreshing combination of watermelon and orange in one juice topped with mint leaves. adding mint leaves is optional but it adds good taste & flavor and they also are cooling for our body.

this juice really tastes good and quickly recharges your body. one of the best juice if you have come home after facing hot sun for a long time.

watermelon orange juice

if you are looking for more beverages then you can also check orange squashbanana milkshakechickoo milkshakebasil lemon mojitowatermelon rose cooler and mango milkshake recipe.

watermelon orange juice recipe below:

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watermelon orange juice
refreshing watermelon orange juice with mint leaves
RECIPE TYPE: beverages
CUISINE: world
INGREDIENTS (measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)
  • 4 to 5 cups chopped watermelon cubes, deseeded
  • 1 medium or large sized orange, juiced or ¾ to 1 cup orange juice
  • 4-5 fresh mint leaves (optional)
  • organic unrefined cane sugar or powdered jaggery as required
  • a few fresh mint leaves for garnishing
  • ice cubes (optional)
  1. peel, chop the orange and extract the juice.
  2. you can use a juicer to extract the orange juice.
  3. blend the watermelon, mint leaves and sugar in a blender.
  4. pour the watermelon juice in a jar or bowl.
  5. add the orange juice to the watermelon juice.
  6. stir well and serve with or without ice cubes garnished with mint leaves.
  7. serve watermelon orange juice immediately.

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  1. says

    That is a killer combination!! Full of Vitamin C! wow, I love it.
    The snap looks very inviting and i’m sure the mint added the little extra to the already tasty juice! I think we need no sugar at all, since watermelon has that light sugary taste.
    It is a great drink for sweaty Summer!!