Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade Recipe

raspberry watermelon lemonade is the healthy way to stay hydrated all summer long. this no added sugar lemonade tastes amazing and is just pure fruit

The best things in life are simple and this raspberry watermelon lemonade is a delicious example. It takes a few minutes to make and is an impressive summer drink – great for BBQs and picnics.

You will find that even just the flesh from half a melon with a bit of ice and lemon will make too much liquid to fit back into the watermelon shell.

Store any leftovers in the fridge ready to top up the watermelon. It’s best to blend and serve immediately as once the metal blades have blended the fruit it will start to oxidise. The lemon does do a good job of helping preserve the juice from degrading for a few hours.

The ingredients Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade are just those three fruits. The raspberry and watermelon seeds are blended and add healthy fiber, protein and fat to this easy lemonade recipe
Just Raspberry, Watermelon and lemon in Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade ingredients

I don’t use a sieve as watermelon seeds are edible and healthy. But if you like it smooth then strain as you pour it back into the watermelon. You can do a whole watermelon and just slice the top off if you want a few litres of lemonade, remember to double the ingredients.

Garnish with slices of lemon, raspberries and mint leaves as we do eat with your eyes.

Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade looks so tempting garnished with mint leaves, berries and slices of lemon. This drink tastes so good you won't know it's a healthy lemonade

Taste the watermelon lemonade before serving as the fruits all vary in size and taste. If it’s too sweet add more lemon, too sour then add more watermelon.

Garnish this healthy lemonade whatever you have about, I have lots of raspberries and mint in my garden at the moment so chose these. I’m using reusable metal straws that have so far lasted me years.

Limes work just as well for this lemonade recipe. Some prefer it as limes are slightly more bitter and sourer and that helps balance out the flavour. Sweet and sour work so well together to give a deep flavour.

Just Raspberry, Watermelon and lemon in Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade The perfect summer drink
Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade The perfect summer drink

Watermelons are over 90% water and this water is filtered by the plant making it great for health.

Most watermelons are seedless or have very small soft seeds that can be eaten. This is not due to GMO but just selective cross breeding of plants with smaller softer seeds.

Watermelon skin can be eaten and are a good source of nutrients as many are found in and near the skin. However as the skin is bitter most people don’t eat it. I’ve heard of people making jam from the skin but I usually consume watermelon skin by juicing it when I’m wanting a low sugar juice.

Yield: 12 servings

Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade

Watermelon raspberry lemonade

The perfect way to stay refreshed all summer long with this natural lemonade that's sweetened just with fruit. Can be made in minutes and tastes amazing.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • Watermelon, half a medium sized
  • Raspberries, a handful
  • Lemon, 3 juiced
  • Ice
  • Mint leaves to garnish


  1. Cut the watermelon in half. Score and scoop out all the flesh.
  2. In a blender add the watermelon, lemon juice and raspberries.
  3. Whizz until all is combined and the watermelon seeds are broken up.
  4. Serve the healthy lemonade with ice in the watermelon shell and drink immediately.
  5. Store water melon lemonade in the fridge for a day or two.

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 72Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 1mgCarbohydrates 4gFiber 1gSugar 5gProtein 0g
Such a fun recipe to use a watermelon to make the perfect refreshing summer drink. No added sugar and no fibre taken away in this healthy recipe #healthy #healthydrink #summer #watermelon #lemonade

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4 thoughts on “Raspberry Watermelon Lemonade”

      1. Do you think a person who’s in there 60’s should become vegan or do the plant base diet who tries to eat very healthy?

        1. I think anyone of any age has to do what is right for them, are bodies are all different and I know some people really do struggle to become vegan and stay vegan. You just have to do what is the best for you

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