Watermelon Cherry And Berry Beet Juice

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If ever there was a juice that screamed, “Summer is here,” it would be this watermelon cherry and berry beet juice. Did we create this juice because we had some leftover ingredients lying around? In truth, yes, but we are so glad that we used what we had! Sometimes, challenging yourself with the ingredients you have can yield tremendous creations, such as this refreshing, summery juice. Plus, the rich crimson color makes this juice quite the appetizing beverage.

One of the great things about this juice is that it aids your hydration efforts. Watermelon has a high water content and offers a lot of vitamin C, just like the strawberries, beets, and cherries. Now, if you don’t enjoy strawberries, you can opt for raspberries instead, but they may cause the juice to taste more tart. That is also true for the cherries that you choose, as some varieties are sweet while others are more sour (hence the name sour cherry juice). Just make sure that you pit the cherries prior to processing them through your juicer.

There is definitely a red trend for this watermelon cherry and berry beet juice recipe. It’s great to embrace the different colors of the rainbow when it comes to your diet. The “eat the rainbow” motto helps you get a diverse mix of antioxidants and polyphenols, many of which you will not get if you only eat a select number of fruits and vegetables. Beets, for example, contain betanin, which gives them their deep red pigment and may be responsible for some of the health benefits.

Watermelon Cherry And Berry Beet Juice
  • Prep Time:10m
  • Total Time:10m


  • 2 small beets, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 2 c watermelon, cubed
  • 1 1/2 c strawberries (or raspberries)
  • 1/2 c cherries, pitted


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