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Watermelon Limeade

Hello there, just in case you are wondering what had happened to Seasaltwithfood or yours truly? Well, I am pleased to report that I am very well and still on my long summer holidays. Anyway, I would like to apologize to all my readers for not updating my blog as frequent as I should have over the last few weeks, and also, for not being able to participate in many of the recipe contest invites. It would have been great to participate in some of them; but unfortunately, it’s just not possible at the moment. Thanks for all the invites and I can’t wait to find out who are the talented winners!

So, here is an easy peasy Watermelon Limeade recipe to quench your thirst throughout this sweltering summer. Only 7 ingredients needed, namely, frozen watermelon, freshly squeezed lime juice, sugar, water, cold soda water, mint leaves, and a good pinch of sea salt. There you have it! Enjoy: D

Watermelon Limeade
(Printable Recipe)


4 Cups (about 450 g) Frozen Watermelon Chunks
3 Tbsp Granulated Sugar
4 Tbsp Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice
A Good Pinch of Sea Salt
¾ Cup (180 ml) Cold Water
1 Can (325 ml) Cold Soda Water
4 Sprigs of Fresh Mint Leaves


Combine the watermelon, sugar, lime juice, sea salt, and water in a blender and puree until smooth.

Pour the watermelon puree into 4 glasses, top with soda water, and garnish with a sprig of mint leaves. Stir, and serve immediately.


  1. refreshing beverage, good for the current weather :)

  2. So glad i found your blog! It's very nice ;)

    This watermelon-limeade will sit very well with me. Very welcoming in this weather of ours (Singapore!)

  3. Lovely post and idea for watermelon! Your blog is delightful!

  4. Congrats on being featured at the Foodbuzz TOP 9 today, Angie! It does look very refreshing!!!

  5. Summer is approaching Syndey. Will be trying this out.

  6. Oh man this looks delicious! And your photographs are beautiful! Everything here looks great!
    I recently launched my own blog, I'd love for you to check it out and let me know what you think! :) Thanks!

  7. Yum. This sounds delicious. I have made watermelon agua fresca and that was good, but this might even be better.


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