Watermelon Lemonade


If you love Watermelon and Lemonade as much as I do, you will want to try this refreshing drink. Put it in a punch bowl for a party or a glass to sip all day. There are only four ingredients in this delicious drink. Make this with a sugar substitute for an even healthier drink.

Source: Debi Schull




Place the watermelon in a blender.


Liquefy it until no pieces are left.


In a large bowl, add the fresh squeezed

lemon juice. Add the sugar and stir until the

sugar is dissolved. This takes a few minutes.


Add the water and stir.


Add the liquified watermelon and stir.


Refrigerate until cold then

serve in the bowl for a party.

Or keep refrigerated for a

refreshing drink anytime.

Watermelon Lemonade




  • 4 cups chopped watermelon
  • 1 cup granulated sugar (or a sugar substitute)
  • 1 & 1/2 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice
  • 6 cups cold water


  1. Liquify the watermelon in a blender.
  2. In a large bowl or pitcher, add the fresh lemon juice and sugar. Stir until the sugar is completely dissolved.
  3. Add the water and stir.
  4. Add the liquified watermelon and stir.
  5. Cover and refrigerate until cold then serve with ice and lemon slices.


Categories: Drinks/Smoothies, Fruit


    • Oh that sounds wonderful China! I love to make a raspberry liqueur and cherry bounce. Both get fruit and alcohol then sit in the sun in a large glass bottle until ready to strain and bottle…..SO good!

  1. it sounds delicious never heard of it before will certainly try. just worried now over Brexit in UK as pension will suffer as euro is reaching parity with pound in free fall. My investment to in that mess as pound is being lowered hourly on stock market and the idiots in Parliament still have no deal. It is very worrying time for Europe and uk economy now. how it will effect USA is yet to be seen but it will most certainly hit the dollar rate too

    • How awful! The stock market here is going down too. Scary at this age because we plan on using ours in next 5 years. Could make a huge difference in the way we retire.

  2. This sounds great! I guess blending the watermelon with the sugar completely solves the problem of the sugar dissolving (and therefore, no need to make a simple syrup). Genius! I will make this on the weekend!

  3. What a lovely summer drink, and perfect for using a surplus of lemons. I’ll keep this recipe for summer, but i won’t be waiting for a party to use it. I’ll use sugar for sure, it might not be considered healthy, but at least it’s real.

  4. That sounds great Diane! Could have used it the past few days, but now a cold front is coming in and we may need hot chocolate! I’m sure we’ll get some hot weather again.

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