Watermelon Juice Recipe Using a Vitamix Blender: A Healthy Summertime Hydration Option

Boost your hydration this summer with our sweet & refreshing watermelon juice recipe, easily made with your Vitamix blender.

Watermelon is in season, promising natural hydration and a dose of vitamins and minerals. Enjoy this summertime favorite as a refreshingly sweet juice made with your Vitamix. The high-performance motor and aircraft-grade stainless steel blades unlock watermelon’s nutrients and flavor.

Ingredients for Making Watermelon Juice with Vitamix Blender

  • 4 cups of chopped watermelon
  • 1 lemon or lime, ends trimmed and discarded, remainder cut into 4 equal slices (between 1/4 and 1/2 inch thick)

Making Watermelon Juice with Vitamix Blender

On a hot day, watermelon juice is so refreshing! Your Vitamix makes it easy to extract all the liquid from watermelon flesh for a sweet hydrating drink.

To make watermelon juice:

  • Remove rind and cut watermelon into 1-inch chunks.
  • Add chunks to Vitamix container until half full.
  • Blend on high until completely liquified, about 30 seconds.
  • Strain through a fine mesh sieve or nut milk bag.
  • Use a spoon to press out all the juice.
  • Add desired flavor like lime, mint or ginger (optional).
  • Serve over ice for a cooling summertime beverage!

Your Vitamix blender helps unlock the nutrients and bright flavor from the watermelon. Enjoy homemade juice without added sugars or preservatives.

Is seedless or seeded watermelon better for juice?

Either will work well, so choose your favorite. Seeded watermelon may add a slight crunch, but the soft seeds blend up easily. Straining the juice will remove any seed particles.

Can I add other fruit to watermelon juice?

Absolutely! Blend watermelon with fruits like apple, lime, strawberry, or pineapple for extra flavor. Get creative with combinations. The Vitamix makes it easy to mix and match. Just be sure to strain out the pulp after.

Can I add ice to my watermelon juice to make it more refreshing?

Definitely! Adding ice while blending can chill your watermelon juice, making it extra refreshing and slightly slushy. Feel free to adjust the amount of ice to achieve your desired level of coldness and consistency.


I'm Mushum, love food and cooking! A dedicated mom of three food-loving children, (Areez, Fatima & Fabiha) Moushum's journey into the world of cooking began as a labor of love for her family's diverse palates. My kitchen always a place of creativity and exploration, where I crafts an array of delectable dishes to satisfy my kids' ever-evolving tastes.

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