Watermelon Lime Sprizter

It has been a long time since I posted a recipe on the blog. Frankly, I haven’t been cooking as much as I would like lately. With all the triathlon training I have been up to, preparing meals has been the last thing on my mind. Trader Joe’s is a life saver with their pre-made salads and grilled chicken.

20140502_155605-sFinally I made some time in the kitchen to create something ice cold and refreshing. Did I mention it’s been a hot beast here in LA? Lucky for me, watermelon is starting to be in season!


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Watermelon Lime Sprizter
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Serves: 4-6

  • Small seedless watermelon
  • 2 cups chilled sparkling water
  • Juice from one lime
  • ½ cup ice cubes

  1. Combine watermelon, the juice from one lime, and ice cubes in a blender.
  2. Once liquefied add the sparkling water, sitr and enjoy!


This recipe is so simple! The watermelon and lime are wonderful compliments for each other. This refreshing drink would is perfect for those hot summer nights.

20140502_155716-sRecently I learned that watermelon juice is a natural cure for muscle soreness too! Throw a little watermelon juice and water into a water bottle, and you are good to go on a long bike ride. Plus, watermelon is full of potassium so it doubles as electrolytes!

Have you ever tried watermelon juice? What’s your favorite watermelon recipe?

4 thoughts on “Watermelon Lime Sprizter

  1. First of all, congrats on your triathlon girl! Sounds like there were some rough spots but damn swimming a mile THAT FAST?! You are more than ready for your 70.3!! And this sounds delicious.
    Isn’t it funny how training takes up #allthetime!?!
    That’s why I eat out so much, haha!
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