Watermelon makes the best juices, cocktails, spritzers, and drinks in general. Check this list out to find your next favorite watermelon drinks of both the kid-friendly and adult approved variety.
Vodka’s light taste is the perfect addition to any refreshing summertime cocktail. This watermelon and lemon lime concoction will help get you and your guests in the mood for a party filled with chill vibes in the hottest of heat.
Frozen margarita’s may look fancy, but all they need is the right ingredients and a blender. This four ingredient watermelon margarita recipe will fill you in on the perfect ratio of tequila to watermelon.
Step aside random juice blends, this homemade watermelon juice is perfect in its simplicity. Whether you add some fresh lime juice for an extra kick or not, this recipe is both high in fiber and easy to clean up after making.
Keep the healthy vibes going with this Greek yogurt smoothie that puts ice cream based drinks to shame. Experiment with honey or vanilla flavored yogurts for an extra pop of color.
Mojitos are a classy classic that many shy away from since the proportions can be tricky. Not only will this recipe make you a master at mojito making, it will even teach you how to make honey lime ice cubes that you’ll want to throw in everything and anything from now on.
Shake and/or stir things up with this delightful watermelon martini recipe. Go for a plain vodka or really get fancy with one of Nurtured Homes’ fruity vodka recipes.
You’ll love serving this watermelon sangria and hearing all the compliments pour in. While this recipe goes a bit above and beyond simply mixing the right ratios into a bowl, it is well worth breaking out the blender for.
Watermelon syrup may seem super niche, but you will love having it on hand once you try it out. This syrup can be added to drinks or drizzled over the perfect parfait.
Agua Fresca has all the charm of looking like a fancy cocktail with none of the extra calories or hangover. It’s the perfect recipe to have on hand for family gatherings or even work potlucks.
A blended watermelon drink for all ages, this mocktail looks fancy and tastes fantastic. The citrus taste that’s added by the lime and the freshness of the mint really elevate it above simply sipping on watermelon juice and club soda.
If you’ve got watermelon chunks in your freezer, then this is the perfect recipe to break them out for. Make sure to keep agave syrup on hand to make this or any other daiquiri recipe we’ve listed on our site.
What’s a paloma and why do you want one? Well, a paloma cocktail is basically margarita’s cousin that uses soda water as part of its base. If you’re a fan of spicy drinks, you’ll love trying out some of the alternatives to salt rims that this XOXO Bella suggests.
Wine slushies are all the rage and now’s the time to get in on the action. Rather than adding hard liquor to your cocktail, try this refreshing wine based drink.
It takes just two ingredients and a blender to make this watermelon shake. We suggest topping it off with one of the syrups, garnishes, or whipped creams on this list or any of our other fruit recipe lists.
Fruit slush may sound simple enough, but Let’s Dish has some super helpful information for making the most out of your recipe. Make sure to check out their advice about picking out the best watermelons for blending and mixing up the perfect blend of ice, watermelon, sugar, and even strawberries.
What sets this Kid-friendly slush apart from the other blended drinks on this list? The addition of soda of course! The kids in your life will love both making and drinking this bubbly and sweet drink.
Rum and watermelons don’t feel like they should go together, but this rum slush recipe will blow you away like a canon ball from Jack Sparrow’s ship. The Kitchen is my Playground even offers some suggestions for how to make the most out of those watermelon rinds you’ll have left over.
This flavorful watermelon tequila spritzer is a cut above the rest. Check out The College House Wife’s recipe not just for the drink details, but also for her creative garnish.
There’s no need to travel to California or the Carribean to feel like you’re on vacation with this watermelon Malibu rum slush recipe. Amanda’s Cookin’ proves that even the tiniest kitchen and mini-est bar can be transformed into a tropical getaway.
It may look like a watermelon, but this mindbending drink actually relies on coconut water andGreen Apple and Fruit Punch Gatorade for its sleek look. Redeem this deceptive drink by adding some watermelon garnish or tyring it with the watermelon syrup on this list.