Watermelon Lime Mocktail

Are you trying to avoid alcohol for health reasons? Or do you just like refreshing drinks that are anything besides water?

You are going to love this yummy watermelon drink that is free of refined sugar, artificial flavors, or dyes.

The other cool part? This drink is the best way to use up that juice that accumulates at the bottom of your bowl after cutting up watermelon.

For this recipe you’ll just need a few simple ingredients..watermelon juice, sparkling water, and fresh lime juice!

Watermelon is full of vitamins, minerals, and water to keep you hydrated.

Lime juice is high in vitamin C and citrus in general really supports cleansing of the blood and liver detox.

I hope you enjoy this recipe!


  • 1c watermelon juice (see notes)
  • 1/2 c sparkling water
  • 1 1/2 T freshly squeezed lime juice

Mix all ingredients together in a mason jar and enjoy!

NOTES: I like using the juice that accumulates at the bottom of the bowl after cutting watermelon. You can also use a juicer or blend up some water melon and use that as is or strained.

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Be well!

Abigail Wiley

Holistic Health Coach/Chef

Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition

Hi! I’m Abigail Wiley! I’m a wife, mama, Holistic Nutrition Coach, and Holistic Chef. I received my AAS in Culinary Arts from The Culinary Institute of Montana. After studying Culinary Arts, I knew that I wanted to help individuals and families improve their health through diet and lifestyle. I then went on to study Holistic Nutrition, Health Coaching, and Herbalism at Hill College where I became certified as a Holistic Wellness Professional. I’m also Board Certified In Holistic Nutrition through the NANP. Today I serve my clients through 1:1 coaching over the course of three to six months. We go on a journey to rebalance the body from a root cause standpoint through the cornerstones of health: nutrition, detox, stress-management, sleep, blood sugar balance, etc. 

I work with a lot of different concerns including but not limited to women wanting support during pregnancy and postpartum, thyroid and hormone imbalances, autoimmune conditions, digestive upset, PMS, concerns about their kids’ behavior, and low energy! I’m confident that any health concerns can be improved if not solved by implementing small healthy habits over time. 

I also offer a low cost recipe subscription where I share weekly recipes and meal plans to support health without gluten, dairy, or other allergens/inflammatory ingredients. Members also have access to a folder of hundreds of recipes, mini cookbooks for pre/postnatal, and baby-led feeding recipes. I’m working on some others for hormones, candida, and gut too! Lastly, I offer cooking demos as well as support from me! This offering is all about empowering members to find an abundance outlook on mindful eating and especially help out anyone working with me 1:1 or other practitioners. 

If you have no idea where to start with your health, my suggestion is to just start somewhere! I’d be thrilled to come alongside you in your journey! 

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Published by Abigail E. Holistic

Holistic Health Coach and Private Chef

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