This 6-ingredient watermelon smoothie is made with frozen watermelon, frozen strawberries, banana, and chia seeds. It is a filler, healthy, delicious, refreshing, and most hydrating breakfast for any morning. Breakfasts can’t get any simpler, easier, and healthier than this.
This frozen watermelon chia smoothie has the goodness of fruits, honey, chia seeds, and almond milk. A large glass of this delectable smoothie and you are all set for a few hours.
For this watermelon smoothie recipe, I chose a combination of watermelon, banana, and strawberries. These 3 flavors blend so beautifully together. Bananas and strawberries enhance the flavor of watermelon.
With this easy watermelon smoothie recipe, you get a creamy rich texture and pink gorgeous color, and a refreshingly delicious smoothie.
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Why does everyone love this watermelon smoothie?
People love this watermelon smoothie because this smoothie:
✓ is great when you are into fruit-based diet
✓ is hearty, delectable, and satisfying
✓ keeps you satiated for a long time
✓ makes a wonderful breakfast or a snack
✓ is good for your skin
✓ is smooth and drinkable
✓ is light and refreshing and is perfect for a warm day
✓ is super quick and easy
✓ is made only with 6 ingredients
✓ ice-cold, refreshing, hydrating, and absolutely delicious
✓ is appropriate for the spring or summer months
✓ is loaded with vitamins and numerous antioxidants
✓ is ready in under 2 minutes
✓ makes an awesome grab & go breakfast
✓ is gluten-free, vegetarian
✓ can also be made vegan
✓ can be made throughout the year
How to make Watermelon Smoothie?
Making Watermelon Smoothie is super simple.
This is how it is done in 3 steps:
Step 1: Add all the ingredients (except water) to a blender and blend.
Step 2: Add water and blend again.
Step 3: Pour into serving glasses and enjoy.
For a full list of Watermelon Smoothie recipe ingredients and step-by-step photo and video instructions, please see the recipe box on this page.
What are the ingredients needed to make Watermelon Smoothie?
This watermelon smoothie is made with 6 simple and basic ingredients that are handy in any kitchen.
These ingredients are:
Frozen watermelon cubes
Honey or maple syrup
Unsweetened almond milk or regular
What other fruits can be added to Watermelon Smoothie?
Watermelon Smoothie uses watermelon as a base ingredient, and watermelon is 90 percent water content. So to balance the water content, you need something rich and creamy.
Other than the strawberries and bananas, the fruits that balance the taste and texture of watermelon smoothies are:
How to make vegan watermelon smoothie?
This smoothie is partially vegan because I added a little bit of honey here. To make it completely vegan, swap honey with maple syrup or you can completely omit the sweetener part.
How long does a watermelon smoothie stay fresh?
Watermelon smoothie tastes best when served fresh straight from the blender. But if you have leftover smoothie, then you can store it in the refrigerator for a couple of days.
Can I freeze the watermelon smoothie?
Yes, you can freeze this smoothie. To freeze, pour watermelon smoothie into freezer-safe airtight containers, and freeze for up to 2 months. When you want to relish this watermelon smoothie, then thaw it overnight in the refrigerator.
What are the tips, tricks, and variations to make the best Watermelon Smoothie?
Tip 1. Watermelon is 90 percent water, so if you want to make a thick watermelon smoothie, make sure to freeze watermelon beforehand. Or else, you will end up with watermelon juice.
Tip 2. For this frozen watermelon smoothie, make sure to buy the ripest, brightest red watermelons.
Tip 3. I didn’t use ice in this smoothie, because I used frozen watermelon and frozen strawberries in the smoothie. The frozen fruits add enough thickness to this smoothie, plus the ice would dilute the flavor of this smoothie. The more frozen fruits you would add to this smoothie, the thicker it will be. So for a thick and creamy texture, I would recommend using at least 2 frozen fruits, preferably watermelon and strawberries.
Tip 4. Instead of water, you can also use some Greek yogurt or coconut yogurt for this watermelon smoothie.
Tip 5. I have added some honey for extra sweetness. If you don’t like too sweet smoothies then feel free to omit it entirely.
Tip 6. I added chia seeds for a fiber boost. You can replace chia seeds with hemp seeds or flaxseeds.
Tip 7. Sweetener: If you don’t want to add honey, then substitute it with sugar, agave, or maple syrup.
Tip 8. Instead of regular water, you can also use coconut water.
Tip 9. Liquid: If you don’t want to add milk to this smoothie, then you can also use citrus juice like orange or mandarin juice.