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Sustainable and Plant-based Lifestyle influencer shares her delicious Creamy Watermelon Soup recipe

Watermelon Creamy Soup



You will love this healthy, easy & plant-based watermelon creamy soup recipe! Enjoy!

Summer is all about the cucurbit family, after all, this is the season when you find melons and cucumbers in abundance. So I thought why not whip up a lovely, creamy soup starring these two ingredients? And no worries here – the soup may sound complex, but it’s now! In fact, it is an easy, healthy, and plant-based watermelon creamy soup recipe that is super easy to whip up.

If you’re looking for a simple vegan soup recipe, this watermelon summer creamy soup is something you should definitely try out. So, how to make this summer creamy soup is exactly what we’ll be talking about today. But before that, let’s gain some insight into why you need to stay hydrated and how members of the cucurbit family help you stay hydrated.

Why do we Need to Stay Hydrated?

The first and foremost reason is that it’s summer and the temperatures out there are soaring. If we don’t hydrate ourselves enough, we end up feeling lethargic and tired throughout the day. The amusing part about hydration is that all we need to do is sip on some water or juices throughout the day to keep up our water levels. Yet, we don’t do it.

Lack of hydration in our bodies can also cause severe headaches. This often leaves us wondering if we have some serious ailments when all we had to do was drink enough water! Likewise, lack of enough water can also lead to digestive ailments and constipation. As our bodies are made up of 75% water, they cannot really function well with the lack of it.

Our bodies constantly lose out on the water via sweat and urine, and we need to keep replenishing our water levels on a regular basis. Those exposed to the summer heat (construction workers, mechanics, sportspersons, etc.) need to be a lot more careful.

Benefits of Cucumber

Cucumbers are 96% water, which is why we need to include lots of them in our diet. Especially during summers, when our bodies are craving water as well as nutrients. In such scenarios, cucumbers are the perfect solution, as they are rich in nutrients too. Along with lots of water cucumbers also have enough fiber to help get rid of constipation and other digestive issues too.

The best part about cucumbers is that they are super easy to add to our diets. We can add it to salads, soups, or simply peel off the skin and eat it! Cucumbers are low on calories and have a refreshing, crisp flavor making them the perfect summer snack.

Now that we know the benefits of staying hydrated and also that cucurbits help keep up the body’s water content,l let’s get started with the recipe to this vegan, easy soup:


This recipe is for you if you’re looking to:

– Keep sugar levels under control
– hydrate during summer
-Boost the immune system

Sustainable and Plant-based Lifestyle influencer shares her delicious Creamy Watermelon Soup recipe

Creamy Watermelon Soup

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Calories 230
Cost $8


  • high-speed blender


  • 12 oz watermelon frozen
  • 1 beet raw, cleaned
  • 1/4 cup raspberries frozen
  • 1/2 English cucumber peeled
  • 1/2 avocado ripe, peeled
  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 pinch Pink Himalayan Salt


  • Place everything in the high-speed blender and blend until you have a creamy consistency. Adjust with water if needed.
  • Enjoy cold!


Sodium: 61mgCalcium: 42mgVitamin C: 27mgVitamin A: 1138IUSugar: 16gFiber: 7gPotassium: 700mgCalories: 230kcalMonounsaturated Fat: 10gPolyunsaturated Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 2gFat: 15gProtein: 3gCarbohydrates: 26gIron: 1mg
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