4 Watermelon Recipes You Will Love
Y'all, if there's one fruit we love to devour during the summer, it's watermelon. Sure we love it cold and sliced, but there are SO MANY OTHER POSSIBILITIES! So many in fact, that we're sharing 4 watermelon recipes that are our very most favorite! So thump up a perfect melon and let's get going!
The 4 Watermelon Recipes You're Gonna Love
WATERMELON SMOOTHIE BOWL AND/OR WATERMELON SORBET
5 C frozen watermelon
1 Can Coconut Milk
Lime zest + juice of lime
Blend frozen watermelon, coconut milk and lime zest and juice until slushy.
Immediately scoop, place in a bowl and add your favorite toppings or enjoy without toppings for sorbet.
Place extra in covered bowl and freeze
Thank you watermelon.org for your watermelon inspiration!
SWEET WATERMELON PIZZA
Varied amount of vanilla Greek yogurt
Juice of 1 lime
Cut watermelon into triangles slices
Spread yogurt on watermelon
Sprinkle with blueberries, mint and almond toppings
Thank you watermelon.org for your watermelon pizza inspiration!
ICE COLD WATERMELON, LIME & MINT GREEN TEA
1 Pitcher of green tea (we used matcha)
1 cup watermelon cubed, frozen
Juice of 1 lime
1 cup of ice
*Optional: Stevia or honey
Add all ingredients into a pitcher and stir.
Thank you watermelon.org for your watermelon green tea inspiration!
WATERMELON KIWI SMOOTHIE
2 Cups seedless watermelon chunks (fresh or frozen)
2 Kiwis peeled and chopped
1 Cups vanilla yogurt (we used cashew yogurt)
1 Cup ice
2 Mint leaves
1 Scoop unflavored collagen
Place all ingredients in a blender and Ahhhhhhhh...enjoy!
Thank you watermelon.org for your watermelon smoothie inspiration!
Watermelons are 90% water, however they are also packed with nutrients. This delicious and refreshing fruit has significant levels of vitamins A, B6 and C, lots of lycopene, antioxidants and amino acids.
Due to its high levels of lycopene, citrulline and arginine, watermelon is good for heart health
Lycopene is an inhibitor for various inflammatory processes and also works as an antioxidant to neutralize free radicals, therefore watermelon is great for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Because of the large amounts of Vitamin A and Vitamin C found in watermelon, it is stellar for your skin and also encourages healthy growth of new collagen and elastin.
Learn more at all the awesome benefits of Watermelon at Live Science