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Watermelon Mint Chiller

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A refreshing Watermelon Mint Chiller in a mason jar garnished with a mint leaf and accompanied by a pink-striped straw.

If you're looking for a refreshing and healthy drink to cool you down on a hot summer day, look no further than this Watermelon Mint Chiller recipe. Made with just three simple ingredients, this drink is easy to make and packed with flavor.

To start, gather your ingredients: frozen watermelon, coconut water, and fresh mint leaves. You can easily find frozen watermelon in the frozen fruit section of your grocery store, or you can cut up fresh watermelon and freeze it ahead of time.

Next, add the frozen watermelon, coconut water, and fresh mint leaves to your blender. We recommend using a high-powered blender like a Blendtec for the best results. Blend everything together until smooth and creamy.

If you want to add a little extra flavor and garnish, you can add some extra fresh mint leaves to the top of your drink. Serve your Watermelon Mint Chiller in a tall glass with a straw and enjoy!

This drink is perfect for sipping on a hot summer day, but it's also a great option for serving at a party or get-together. You can easily make a large batch of this recipe and serve it in a punch bowl or pitcher with extra fresh mint leaves on top.

In addition to being delicious, this Watermelon Mint Chiller is also packed with healthy nutrients. Watermelon is a great source of hydration and contains vitamins A and C, while coconut water is rich in electrolytes and potassium.

Watermelon Mint Chiller


2 c frozen watermelon

2 cups coconut water

2 fresh mint leaves

Add all items to your Blendtec Blender and blend until smooth. You can add extra mint leaves for garnish. Enjoy!

If your summer is starting off to me as hot as ours is, you are going to LOVE the Watermelon Mint Chiller. This refreshing drink is perfect to cool you down on a hot summer day.

This recipe as limited ingredients which makes it so fast and easy to make. If you have a summer garden you can find the watermelon and mint leaves from your garden to cut down on costs. We used our mint leaves fresh from the garden.

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