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Watermelon Cucumber Water is all natural and tastes amazing!  A great way to get your daily water intake!

Watermelon Cucumber Water is perfect for those hot summer days when you need something to quench your thirst. I personally love watermelon and cucumber so combining them together in this water was perfect for me. I felt as if the sweetness of the watermelon went perfect with the scrumptious bitterness of the cucumber. I refilled my water three times throughout the day and it was amazing each time. I then munched on the watermelon and cucumber, didn’t want the delicious fruit go to waste.

Weight Watchers Points Plus = 0 Points

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Watermelon Cucumber Water
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Recipe type: Beverage
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Serves: 1
 
Wonderful quench tasting water!
Ingredients
  • 5-6 cucumbers sliced and cut in half
  • ½ cup cubed watermelon
  • 24 oz water
Instructions
  1. Put cucumber and watermelon in mason jar.
  2. Fill with water and let sit in fridge for 30 minutes,
  3. Serve and enjoy!
Notes
You can refill this several times throughout the day just be sure to let sit for 30 minutes for the water to become infused.

You can download this Water Intake Calendar for FREE and use it monthly to track your water intake.

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