Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

Make this delicious and frosty Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail without the alcohol!

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

These Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktails are the most refreshing way to indulge without the booze! It’s full of quenching fruit like watermelon and strawberries along with fresh cucumber and whips up in five minutes!

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

I love any kind of frozen drink. Slushies and frozen drinks were my favorite growing up and I remember going to my local 7 Eleven for a big cup of ‘slurpie’. The good ole’ days.

These Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail are by far one of my top favorite mocktails this summer and I’ll have it on repeat for as long as watermelon and strawberries are in season. They’re so fruity, easy to make, refreshing, quick to whip together, and a fun sip experience for adults and children alike.

Ingredients for Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

Here’s what you need for these Frozen Mocktails:

  • Frozen strawberries. You can find these in the grocery store, or slice and freeze fresh strawberries at home and then freeze them. 
  • Lime juice. Lemon or orange juice will also work. 
  • Watermelon. Choose seedless if you can!
  • Agave. You could also sweeten the mocktails with honey or maple syrup if you prefer. 
  • Cucumber. This is what makes everything refreshing or at least plays a role.

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

How to Make Watermelon, Strawberry, Cucumber and Lime Drinks

The most important part about this recipe is choosing ripe, seasonal fruit. If it’s local, even better! It will have the best flavor. I like to chill my watermelon and freeze my strawberries as well as cucumbers before making this mocktail too. 

Big-Batch Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

To make these alcohol-free drinks for a crowd, simply scale the recipe up as needed. You may need to add more liquid to help things blend in a full blender. 

If you’re serving these over some time, it’s best to keep the pitcher in the fridge or on ice so things don’t melt. 

Garnish Ideas

To put a finishing touch on your frosty mocktail, I recommend lime wedges and fresh mint leaves or rosemary sprigs. You can also add fresh sliced peaches for an extra pizazz as well!

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

How to Sweeten Margarita Mocktails

For a simple sweetener, just use agave syrup and a simple syrup. It’s vegan! Or, if you prefer to use maple syrup or all simple syrup—–do so!

Adding Alcohol

If you’d like to serve this as a cocktail, you can add 1 ounce of tequila, vodka or gin to each glass. 

Garnishing and Serving

I like to give this simple recipe an elevated feel with a few garnishes on the glasses. I’ll fill rim the cocktail glasses with salt or sugar, pour in the watermelon, strawberry, and cucumber drink, and decorate each glass with:

  • A few cubes (or wedges) of watermelon
  • Slices of fresh strawberries
  • A lime wedge
  • fresh rosemary sprig

And while you’re at it, why not go all the way and add a fun drink umbrella to your homemade mocktails?

Health Benefits of Strawberries

It’s strawberry season, which means it’s time to celebrate! I’ll share my all-time favorite strawberry recipes plus the benefits of enjoying strawberries.Known for their plump and juicy flavor, strawberries are a summer staple for good reason. I’ve always been a big strawberry fan so in honor of strawberry season, I wanted to answer some of the most asked questions about strawberries.

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

More Summer Mocktail Recipes to Try!

If you love these Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail, then here are a few summer mocktails to try ASAP:


If you make this Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail, be sure to tag me on Instagram @orchidsandsweettea!

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail

Prep Time: 5 mins
Total Time: 5 mins
Serves: 2 servings
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  • 2 cups chopped watermelon
  • 2 cups frozen strawberries (See Notes!)
  • 1 cucumber, peeled + chopped (Freezing it is best!)
  • 1/2 cup freshly-squeezed lime juice
  • 1/4 cup Agave syrup (See Notes!)


  • 1 cup filtered water
  • 1/4 cup organic cane sugar


  • Sliced watermelon (Best if shaped in a wedge for edge of glass)
  • Sliced fresh strawberries
  • Fresh rosemary sprigs



  • In a saucepan over medium-high heat, add the water and sugar, stirring until sugar has dissolved completely, about 1-2 minutes. Remove from heat and let it cool completely.


  • In a high-speed blender, add together the chopped watermelon, frozen strawberries, cucumber, cooled simple syrup, lime juice, and Agave, and blend until smooth and has a slushy consistency. Add more sweetener if needed.
  • ASSEMBLY: For each drink, fill the glass with the frozen mocktail and top with watermelon wedges, sliced strawberries, and rosemary sprigs, if desired.
  • Sip and Enjoy!

Tips & Tricks

  • SWEETENER: Instead of Agave, you can always use honey or maple syrup.
  • SERVING: To make additional mocktails, simply double or triple ingredients, depending on need.
  • STRAWBERRIES: If you're using fresh strawberries, simply remove the stems and slice into desired and freeze them for 1-2 hours.


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Frozen Cucumber Watermelon Strawberry Mocktail.


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