Water Cooler II | Orange and Watermelon Juice Recipe

The Water Cooler II comes from the book,ย 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.

ย Water Cooler II

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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The Big Book of Juices

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Rich Donahue

I am a natural health enthusiast and hold a Bachelor's Degree in Natural Health from the Sandy Hill Institute for Natural Sciences. My website PRIME Juicers is dedicated to people who enjoy juicing and want to improve their health and lose weight by juicing fresh fruits and vegetables. I also write about blending, nutrition and natural health. Please join me and have fun juicing! (I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend. If you purchase those items from my links I will earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link.)

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25 Responses

  1. Md Shihab says:

    Oranges & fruits are very useful for our health. most thanks for posting this important post.

  2. Hhhm this sounds delicious – and so simple, just two ingredients that are both relatively cheap. I might be trying this out on the weekend. Cheers!

  3. Asanka says:

    On the other hand, 1 cup (240 ml) of fortified orange juice usually covers up to 50% of your daily requirements

  4. Thanks very much for sharing the precious knowledge about this recipe.
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  5. Solid drinks. Fresh combo. My personal favorite is one of the older and tried and true drinks… carrot and apple. Never gets old. ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. This looks so delicious! Love watermelon and orange. Thank you for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚
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  7. Spa Mover says:

    Nothing beats the heat better than something cool with sweet flavor! Must try this!

  8. This seems like something that would be perfect to drink when sitting by a pool that’s been cleaned by

  9. Anil Kumar says:

    Orange and Watermelon Juice Recipe is very tasty and healthy. Thank for sharing your information

  10. Well done!! I would like to thank you for this informative blog. Very Nice.

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  13. Jessica says:

    I’ve never tried this orange and watermelon combo, ever! I should try it now. Sounds really cool ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for sharing.

  14. I’m loving the combo. My son loves it! Thanks for sharing this!

  15. Everett says:

    This looks delicious and refreshing. Perfect drink on a hot summers day, or perfect if frozen and given to the kids as healthy, natural alternatives to popsicles. I can see myself serving this to my kids after they had their fun in our swimming pool.
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  16. Amanda says:

    Tried it out and added a bit of agave for sweetness, amazingly good!

  17. The Water Cooler II that includes Orange and Watermelon juices is no doubt one of the most delicious juice. However if you feel that sweetness lower than you want. Than the best alternative would be to mix some brown rice syrup on it, and it taste even better. Also this brown rice syrup is the most beneficial for health because it contains low glycemic index and it’s also very helpful for diabetes patients.

  18. Mira Edorra says:

    Start juicing! For those of you without one of these don’t worry! You can also blend every thing in a blender with a little water to get it going and then strain out the pulp! ๐Ÿ™‚
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  19. Samantha says:

    Orange and Watermelon juice creating some different taste I am thinking about that I should try once because I didn’t try ever, I need to try this healthy food.

  20. Anita says:

    I love the two fruits, but I’ve never thought of combining them, I’ll try that juice today.

  21. Alex says:


    Trying it out ASAP.

    One questions: what happens to the seeds when you juice watermelon? Just curious since watermelon seeds are super-healthy and can help in cleansing the entire urinary tract.

    Best wishes!

  22. stacy says:

    This is a recipe i must try. Seems like a real thirst quencher.
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  23. Kristine says:

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

  24. Joy says:

    I love the combination of these two fruits. Even my daughter will surely love this. Thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

  25. Ave says:

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