My kids love watermelon. As long as it is in season you’ll find watermelon in our fridge. After you’ve eaten your share of good ole plain watermelon slices, try these delicious watermelon recipes. If you have finicky little ones like mine who don’t like to eat the watermelon if it is too mushy, then the drink recipes are a perfect way to finish off those last bits of watermelon. Then you’ll be sure no watermelon is wasted!
Enjoy the combination of watermelon, lime, and coconut in this refreshing Cocomelon Cooler.
Two summer favorites come together for a yummy treat in these Watermelon Strawberry Smoothies.
You’ll only need three ingredients to make this Watermelon Punch, and I love the ideas of serving straight from the water melon for your next summer gathering.
Combine the flavors of watermelon and peach in this Watermelon Peach Spritzer.
Lemonade and watermelon are both summer essentials. Why not combine the two and try this Sparkling Watermelon Lemonade? (not pictured)
Have milkshake lovers at home? They’ll gobble up these 3-ingredient Watermelon Milkshakes.
For the most simple flavor pop, just add Watermelon Ice to your drinking water. Summer in a glass!
For another quick and easy drink try a pitcher of Watermelon Slush for parties or a summer treat for kids.
Salads and Dips
Mix up a Watermelon, Blackberry, and Mint Salad fast and serve it as a healthy summer snack or side dish.
This Watermelon Feta Guacamole is great for parties or all day snacking.
Pair a Watermelon and Apricot Salad with your favorite items from the grill, and you’ve got a delicious dinner for a summer night.
Make some Watermelon Jelly to use in many different ways, to make salad dressing, as a meat marinade, or a dessert topping for starters.
Serve up some Watermelon Mango Pico de Gallo as a topping for your favorite summer meats, an easy side salad, or a dip for snacking.
Finish of dinner from the grill with these yummy Grilled Pineapple and Watermelon Skewers.
Combine watermelon and lemon to make these creamy Watermelon Dessert Bars.
You don’t need an ice cream machine to make this Watermelon Coconut Ice Cream.
Want a treat you can take on the go? Try these healthy Sour Watermelon Gummies.
Or make another on the go snack with these Watermelon Fruit Leathers.
Preserve some of that watermelon in season and save it for later by making Watermelon Jerky (not pictured) that the creator says tastes like watermelon jolly ranchers, only better.
For a tasty frozen treat, try some Watermelon Yogurt Pops.
Or make some Watermelon Popsicles (not pictured). My kids love the “seeds” in this version.
You’ll only need 4-ingredients to make this refreshing Watermelon Sorbet.
Also try this Raspberry Watermelon Granita for another healthier dessert option.
We also love to play and learn with watermelon. Check out this collection of watermelon activities to see some of the cool ideas we’ve tried.