Watermelon Smoothie

[ 40 ] May 28, 2013 |

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A summer beverage that you can make in a snap. Watermelon smoothie is refreshing and delicious.

Watermelon is  a good source of vitamin C and beta-carotene (which your body synthesizes into vitamin A). Watermelons with red flesh have more lycopene than tomatoes which is a nutrient believed to protect against prostate cancer.

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Who could resist such a pretty colorful smoothie! Watermelon, apple, banana, Greek Yogurt and your favorite sweetener in one glass.


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Watermelon Smoothie
Serves: 1-2
  • 1½ cups Watermelon (seedless or remove seeds)
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1 apple, peeled and cored
  • ¾ cup fat free Thick Greek Yogurt
  • Agave or honey
  1. Purée watermelon in blender or food processor. Strain with a fine mesh sieve into a bowl. Add strained watermelon juice back into the blender. Add the other ingredients. Blend well. Add sweetener to taste.


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Marie Poulin
Marie Poulin is a passionate food blogger and professional personal chef who enjoys sharing her healthy, inventive, recipes. You can find her on social media and subscribe to her blog to receive instant blog updates and receive a free ebook, Tasty Quinoa Recipes!

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Category: Breakfast, Drinks and Smoothies

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  1. I love anything with watermelon in it – even jelly bellies. :) This looks scrummy.

  2. Big fan of simple smoothie recipes. This one looks great and your photography is amazing!

  3. cheri says:

    I would not use agave. Not a healthy choice. Local honey is better.

  4. Mary Berh says:

    What’s the reason behind straining it?

  5. fida says:

    Is it ok if i don’t sieve the puree ?

  6. Innocent Fernando says:

    Thnx. 4 useful receipe.

  7. phyllis kahn says:

    Can you use regular yogurt. Not a fan of greek yogurt.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    I added a bit of mint….either way it was great!

  9. Lyn L says:

    I feel silly asking this, but do you leave the rind on or off when blending the watermelon?

  10. Lynds says:

    What type of apple do you recommend using for this?

  11. Brittany Moss says:

    Made this for breakfast and it was delicious! Squeezed a little lime in too! Thank you for posting!

  12. sharon k says:

    the FB ad said this Was good for a headache. is that correct? why? thanks!

    • Thanks for stopping by
      When a headache strikes you in summers because of dehydration, beat the summer heat with watermelon. Most of the nutritionists agree to the fact that dehydration is the major cause of headaches. The high water content present in watermelons helps to resolve this problem and soothes headache. It also contains magnesium which is beneficial for treating headaches

  13. Terrie says:

    Is there a substitute for the yogurt? Not a fan:(

  14. Maggie says:

    This tasted really great

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