Cucumber Watermelon Lime Juice

cucumber watermelon lime

Refreshing!! The key to this juice is the lime you squeeze in at the end. Watermelon and cucumber produce the mellowest of juices so it's essential to have something tart in the mix. It really helps bring out the sweetness of the watermelon and depth to the cucumber juice. It's the rug that ties the room together!!

This juice doesn't resemble the synthetic cucumber-watermelon flavor you might get from a frou-frou lotion or a piece of super sweet bubble gum. It's the real deal. Light, pure, mellow and totally refreshing when you add a little bit of sparkly water.  It's something you might find in a ritzy spa. Imagine yourself wearing a cozy bathrobe while sipping on this. Got a mud mask? Put it on! My neighbor and I added a nice amount of rum in our juices last night! Went down like water!

This is going in the summer juicing rotation for sure!

Here is what's in it!

watermelon cucumber
You should peel the watermelon before you juice. It could throw your juicer off balance.


The froth is super pretty in the late afternoon sunlight, don't ya think?

watermelon froth

I juiced into my measuring cup. After finishing up, I got a little over 2 cups of juice.

juicing in progress

Cut up a lime and squeeze some directly into your juice.

add a lime

Put some ice in and you've got yourself a tasty drink!


Perfect for the summer!

Cucumber Watermelon Lime Juice

  • 1/2 English cucumber
  • 1 small seedless watermelon
  • 1/2 lime

It's important to take the green skin off the watermelon before you start juicing.  Once that's done, juice the watermelon and cucumber then add a squeeze of lime to your drink at the end!  You are going to be amazed at how much juice comes out!  There's barely any pulp too.  Makes a little over 2 cups of juice.

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  • May 8, 2010

    Love the drink in a jar. Have you ever tried watermelon gazpacho? It's dynamite. Very similar to this with just a few more ingredients.

    • May 8, 2010

      No I haven't. But now I am thinking I should. Would love a little spicy kick.

    • Grace
      June 21, 2011

      Love this drink and Monica, I would love the recipy for gazpacho.

  • May 8, 2010

    This sounds delicious! I like the way all of the ingredients are true to the summer season-light and fresh!

  • May 9, 2010

    Aww yeah. This juice looks perfect!

  • May 9, 2010

    I've never heard of this, but I am definitely trying it! I love anything watermelon!

  • May 10, 2010

    Oh my, you had me at the first photo. I can't for summer. It's been so chilly spring but the end of this week should be summer temps. So, I'll keep this recipe in mind for later use! Have a great beginning of the week, Tracy!

    • May 10, 2010

      Thanks Tiina! I haven't gotten that baked mango & tortilla post out of my mind. I have all of the ingredients to make them for this week! Can't wait! Glad I can give you the same inspiration you give me ;)

  • May 10, 2010


    I actually tried a variant of this by freezing the watermelon, with remarkable results. I took the pulp (since I juiced the frozen watermelon first) and stirred it back into the smoothie, with a little vanilla extract.

    instant healthy smoothie!

    Anyhow, excellent blog. Love your layout.

    • May 10, 2010

      wow that sounds fantastic!! Thank you!

  • May 10, 2010

    Yum, looks so refreshing!

  • May 11, 2010

    that looks delightful.

  • Helen
    May 11, 2010

    check out this juice/smoothie cart in portland...pricy as! you could make a killing with your concoctions! ;)

    • May 11, 2010

      OOOOOOOOOOH!!!! I like the sound of that. Thanks for sharing...another incentive to move to PDX!

  • February 17, 2011

    Great stuff! Love the pics of the juice. Isn't cucmber superb for water retention issues? If you like a spicy taste, you could add a small piece of fresh ginger.

  • Chef Love
    September 3, 2011

    This drink is awesome by itself .....But to make it a little more interesting add a little bit of coconut milk and club soda and Cayenne pepper... Ridiculously good

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