Water Cooler II | Orange and Watermelon Juice Recipe

The Water Cooler II comes from the book, The Big Book of Juices: “Unbelievably light and refreshing, the watermelon takes the edge off the tangy orange”. I couldn’t agree more and I liked this one better than the Water Cooler which uses grapefruit.

This juice is a delicious, sweet drink and very enjoyable with a late afternoon snack of almonds. You can’t go wrong with this one.

You could try using less watermelon and adding some sparkling water.

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Nutrients: Beta-Carotene, vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulphur. Get a boost of energy when drinking this wonderful fruit juice.

 

 

Makes 32 ounces

  • 3 oranges
  • 1 thick slice of watermelon

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Resources:

The Big Book of Juices

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4 Responses to “Water Cooler II | Orange and Watermelon Juice Recipe”

  1. Ave says:

    What a great combination, never thought on that myself. Thanks for sharing a recipe!
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  2. Joy says:

    I love the combination of these two fruits. Even my daughter will surely love this. Thanks for sharing :)

  3. Kristine says:

    Watermelons and oranges are just my favorites! This is going to be a great hit in our household. Thanks for the share.

  4. stacy says:

    This is a recipe i must try. Seems like a real thirst quencher.
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