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Healthy Blender Drinks

Image shows a mug with a blender drink in front of a watermelon, with a watermelon star on the rim. Text overlay reads "Blueberry Watermelon Limeade Smoothie"

Hi all! Today I’m excited to bring you a recipe from Deborah of Journey to Natural Living. Deborah has been a friend of my family’s for many, many years, and while my blender gets used mostly for Easy Blender Mayonnaise, she takes blender recipes to a whole new level in her book Naturally Sweet Blender Treats. 

This recipe from the book looks perfect for this hot summer weather. I don’t know about you, but I love watermelon… And blueberries… And limeade, so why not combine the three, eh? 

Here’s Deborah:

Your blender is the ideal kitchen appliance for preparing and serving the best of the season’s fruit flavors, without heating the kitchen.

Watermelon Blueberry Limeade

This refreshing limeade beverage combines fresh watermelon and blueberries to deliciously celebrate the arrival of summer.

Yield: 4 cups

  • 3 cups watermelon, chunks
  • ½ cup blueberries, fresh or frozen
  • 1½ cups chilled spring water
  • ⅛ cup lime juice
  • ¼ teaspoon stevia powder or liquid, to taste

Add all ingredients to a blender and mix, starting on the lowest speed and quickly increasing to high until the berries are pulverized. You can pour the beverage through a sieve to remove seed particles before serving, if desired. If you use frozen berries, chilled watermelon, and water, your limeade is ready to serve; no ice is needed. Serve or chill in the refrigerator.

Kitchen Tip:

Use an ice cream scoop to easily remove fresh watermelon from a watermelon half when making blender beverages or fresh fruit salads.

Deborah Tukua is the author of Naturally Sweet Blender Treats: 55 Fresh-From-the-Blender Recipes, and is the editor of Journey to Natural Living. To learn more visit, http://journeytonatliv.com.

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