This Cucumber Watermelon Mojito Mocktail is both refreshing and just the right amount of sweet. Made with fresh watermelon, refreshing cucumber, tart lime juice, and plenty of mint, this non-alcoholic drink is equal parts easy and delicious.
Is there anything better than a cold refreshing drink on a hot day? This refreshing watermelon cucumber mojito is the perfect combination of fresh cucumber, watermelon, mint, and lime juice. To keep things completely alcohol free this drink uses only sparkling water for a drink that everyone can enjoy.
Not only is this drink delicious, it is also Paleo-friendly and made without any refined sugar. It’ll leave you feeling refreshed, hydrated, and ready for another glass!
This cucumber watermelon mojito mocktail is made with just a few easy to find, real food ingredients. The base is a combination of watermelon and cucumber for an extra refreshing drink.
Fresh Watermelon: Is there anything better than a cold, sweet, refreshing watermelon?
Cucumber: Cucumber adds such a refreshing element to this drink that you will love.
Lime Juice: This adds just the right of tartness to the mocktail.
Mint: You cannot have a mojito mocktail without plenty of mint.
Maple Syrup: This all-natural sweetener adds just the right touch of sweetness to the drink.
Sparkling Water: Top everything off with bubbly sparkling water! For extra flavor you can use watermelon or lime sparkling water.
How to Make Maple Simple Syrup
To keep things healthier, this mocktail is sweetened with an unrefined maple simple syrup instead of a classic simple syrup that uses white refined sugar. To make the maple simple syrup, add equal parts simple syrup and water to a small sauce pan. Heat the mixture to a low simmer and let the syrup cook for around five minutes until it begins to thicken a bit.
Once the syrup has slightly thickened, remove it from the heat and allow the simple syrup to cool. When the syrup has come to a complete cool, transfer it to a clean, air-tight, storage container. For the best results, store the simple syrup in the fridge to keep it fresh.