Watermelon Drink Recipe : Watermelon Cooler
Hope all of you are doing good. I am back with this watermelon drink recipe for the summer. How is summer treating you guys? With the sun gleaming bright, I am always exhausted throughout the day and drink recipes come to the rescue and this watermelon drink recipe is one such recipe. This is a very simple watermelon drink recipe, so simple that I was hesistant to share it on the blog. But never mind, a blog is nothing but recording all recipes and so I go ahead now to post this watermelon drink recipe here.
Before I head on to the recipe, I am absolutely excited to share with you guys that some of my pictures have been accepted in FoodGawker. For all those of you who are hearing it for the first time, Food Gawker is a food photography submission site where food bloggers submit their food photography pictures. However, the selection criteria is absolutely tough to crack and when my picture was accepted after a series of failures, I was pretty much elated and hence sharing my happiness here. You could check out my pictures here on foodgawker. So, I am submitting this watermelon drink recipe picture too on FoodGawker. Let me see how my luck works out this time.
Now, let us some health benefits of watermelon. Watermelons are mostly water — about 92 percent — but this refreshing fruit is soaked with nutrients. Each juicy bite has significant levels of vitamins A, B6 and C, lots of lycopene, antioxidants and amino acids. There’s even a modest amount of potassium. Plus, this quintessential summer snack is fat-free, very low in sodium and has only 40 calories per cup. (Source: LiveScience).
Let us now move to the Watermelon Drink Recipe
Preparation Method of Watermelon Drink Recipe
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: Nil
Watermelon pieces: 1 cup deseeded
Amchur Powder/ Dry Mango Powder: according to taste
Jeera/Cumin Powder: a pinch
Salt: a pinch
Sugar or Sweetner of your choice: according to taste
1. Blend all ingredients without water and serve chilled.
1. Amchur powder can be replaced with lemon juice.
2. I used country sugar as sweetner. You can skip this completely or even add honey or any other sweetner of your choice.