Watermelon Mockarita

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Recipe by Dr. Kristi Funk Course: DrinksCuisine: ContinentalDifficulty: Easy


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Normally you would not find a Watermelon Mockarita recipe in our Cancer-Kicking! Kitchen, but 2020 has hardly been normal, so say hello to our very first Covid Mocktail.

While our Watermelon Mockarita does not contain the amazing cancer-fighting ingredients we generally include in all of our other recipes, limiting your alcohol consumption is a big enough Cancer-Kicking! reason itself to include recipes like these. Not sure about the connection between alcohol and breast health? Read my blog post for all the details about why it matters during Covid (and after). And if you enjoy your wine or cocktail and don’t want to put that glass down, be sure to supplement with Cosmo Companion to counteract the negative health effects.

Now, on to our Watermelon Mockarita! My husband Andy and I love Margaritas, so having a non-alcoholic alternative is a must for me. This Mockarita is refreshing and easy to make. Have it with or without salt and squeeze that lime to make you quickly forget that this is actually not the real deal. I love these all year around, especially after long bike rides at the beach with family.


  • 1/4 medium seedless watermelon, cut into chunks

  • 1 oz of fresh lime juice

  • 1 tsp of agave or simple syrup

  • 1 oz of sparkling water

  • 1 wedge of lime

  • 1 tsp of Kosher salt


  • In a blender, puree the watermelon
  • Add lime juice and agave and then blend again
  • Pour over ice into a salt-rimmed glass
  • Add sparkling water to top off and garnish with a wedge of lime
  • And if you are inclined to turn this innocent drink into the real alcoholic deal, simply add a shot of your favorite tequila and that will do the trick. However, please drink responsibly (and not frequently) and supplement to minimize the negative health effects.


  • All recipes from the Cancer-Kicking! Kitchen are always 100% plant-based and delicious. Check our Ingredient Spotlight feature to learn what makes each ingredient special, and use our Purity Scale to see just how healthy and plant-pure your recipe is.

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