This Mint Honeydew Smoothie is incredibly refreshing! Enjoy it on a hot summer day when melons are at the peak of their season.
Mint + Honeydew + Lemon + Honey = One REFRESHING Smoothie! This Mint Honeydew Smoothie is perfect for a hot summer day, especially now that melons are in season. Are your local markets brimming with ripe melons? Here in London, we've been eating melons after melons after melons.
I love melons because they are so watery and juicy, making them great for hydration. This honeydew smoothie recipe will definitely quench your thirst and cool you off on a hot summer day.
This refreshing honeydew smoothie is perfect for a summer breakfast
The melon creates a bit of a froth on the top as it settles, so try to drink up this Mint Honeydew Smoothie as soon as it is out of the blender. Trust me, that won't be hard to do.
This is a refreshing smoothie for breakfast, especially because it is so hydrating. The honeydew melon is a natural thirst quencher in itself, but this recipe also uses coconut water to give you more hydration. But while I love this Mint Honeydew Melon for breakfast, it also works as a great afternoon or after school snack.
Stay hydrated with this mint honeydew smoothie
This recipe uses a bit of honey, but if you would like to leave it out to reduce sugar intake, by all means do so. The melon and the coconut water provide a mellow sweetness that is very pleasing on it's own.
The honey adds another layer of flavor to the smoothie, but it's not a necessary ingredient if you are trying to make this smoothie healthier.
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Mint Honeydew Smoothie (Vegan, GF, Dairy-free)Print Recipe Save RecipeSaved!
- 3 cups cubed honeydew
- ½ cup coconut water
- 1 tablespoon fresh mint leaves - stems removed
- ½ tablespoon honey (sub maple syrup for a vegan recipe)
- 1 handful ice cubes
- Place everything in the blender and blend until smooth.
- Serve immediately as the honeydew will naturally separate from the liquid.
This smoothie is tasty. Sugar is a great emulsifier. I put a couple tablespoons of sugar in place of the honey and had no problem with the honeydew separating. I don't know if it made any difference - I didn't have coconut water, but I had coconut milk and that worked niely.
Ahh this looks SO refreshing! Going to make this and take it to the beach this weekend :)