Watermelon On A Stick

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Watermelon on a stick, isn’t that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it’s the simplest things that make the best desserts.

Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.Watermelon On A Stick

Some of my favorite summer recipes you can make with watermelon are Feta Balsamic Watermelon Pizzas or as a ‘Caprese’ with a Balsamic Glaze, Grilled Peach and Watermelon Burrata Salad and with Ahi Tuna as a salad.


Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.

Take sweet watermelon for example, the perfect summer dessert as is – but add a stick to it and you have a fun way to present it at your backyard parties. I saw this on Real Simple and I knew I wanted to share this idea with you all. My husband thought it was brilliant as we happily enjoyed this after dinner.

Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.

Note: not a recipe, simply a fun idea I thought I would share. No cooking required : )

Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.

Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.

Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.
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Watermelon On A Stick

86 Cals 1 Protein 21 Carbs Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 15 mins
COURSE: Snack
CUISINE: American
Watermelon on a stick, isn't that the coolest idea? No cooking required for this one! Sometimes it's the simplest things that make the best desserts.

Ingredients

  • fresh watermelon, sliced about 1-inch thick

You will need:

  • posicle sticks
  • sharp knife

Instructions

  • Cut watermelon into pizza shaped wedges.
  • Insert a knife into the center of the rind and push the stick into the hole.
  • Enjoy and stay cool!

Nutrition

Serving: 1wedge, Calories: 86kcal, Carbohydrates: 21g, Protein: 1g, Sodium: 2mg, Fiber: 0.5g, Sugar: 18g
WW Points Plus: 0
Keywords: best way to cut a watermelon, best way to serve watermelon, serving watermelon at a party, Watermelon On A Stick, Watermelon Sticks

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  2.  Gina I love you and basically everything I make is from your website now. I think the idea is cute but I’m trying not to be negative because I think you’re absolutely wonderful but it’s a little bit of a stretch as a recipe and I’m just saying that. But I thank you for wonderful ideas. ?

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  8. Great idea! Sure, many kids may not care about sticky hands … But for us grown folks, this would work great.

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  10. Wow such a SIMPLE but CREATIVE idea! Makes me say "duh! I should have thought of that!" Helps keep the fingers and hands from getting messy, love it!

  11. OMG, I LOVE THIS IDEA!! THIS IS SO CUTE AND EASY FOR THE KIDS TO EAT IN THE PARK FOR A PICNIC. I ALWAYS CUT MY WATERMELON LIKE THIS FOR "EASY ACCESS" NOW, I'M GOING TO DO THIS FOR LITTLE PARTIES, ETC. WOW, NOW IT'S MAKING ME START TO THINK WHAT OTHER FRUITS I CAN PUT ON A STICK, A SLICE OF CANTOLOUPE, HONEY DEW,SLICED PLUMS, PEACHES, APPLE SLICES ON A STICK…OMG, I'M ALREADY THINKING HOW FAR CAN I GO WITH THIS IDEA. THANK YOU SO MUCH, YOU ALLLLLLLLLLLLLWAYS HAVE GREAT IDEAS. 🙂

    I'M STILL LOVING THAT "BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP".

  12. I think it's a great idea! It's as much as a recipe as some of the Food Network website "chefs" have offered up and I've seen some ridiculous ones there. This one isn't ridiculous but is practical.

    Just subscribed to your site via my reader.

  13. So neat! I will be trying this at the next fourth of July get together because I kept waiting for someone to cut open one of those watermelons, and no one ever did! Gina, I use your recipes on a regular basis, thanks soooo much for sharing them with your dedicated readers! And hope you don't let any of those naysayers get cha down 🙂