On the weekend I shared a picture of my sliced up watermelon and received a few enquiries. When I get home from the grocery store I cut up most of our fruit and vegetables, which you can read more about here and here. Basically I find that by pre-cutting the fruit and vegetables it is less likely going to go to waste as it is conveniently ready for when I am hungry, wanting to pack kids lunch boxes or making dinner. Plus when I am feeling a little peckish I don’t opt for something naughty and sweet as the fruit is ready to eat.
There are many different ways to cut a watermelon so I have gathered some ideas for you below. At our local grocery store our watermelons come quartered, I slice mine similar to the image below.
Clever ways to cut a watermelon
There are a variety of different ways you can slice a watermelon, I love some of these ideas below:
How to slice a quarter watermelon, more details here
More Clever ways with Watermelon
Watermelon fruit basket, original image credit unknown, basket tutorial available from here
Stunning looking fruit platter, image credit here
Watermelon Lego, more details here
Watermelon Monster, love this so funny, original image credit unknown
Watermelon Shark, image credit unknown website no longer working
Watermelon Baby,cute idea for a baby shower, more details here.
Watermelon Pram, another sweet idea for a baby shower, more details here
Watermelon Tea Pot, more details here
Watermelon pizza, healthiest pizza I’ve seen, more details here
These would make a great alternative for those that don’t like sweet cakes, who are wanting to stay a little more healthy, or for schools that only allow fruit platters than cakes to celebrate kids birthdays.
Fresh Watermelon Cake, read more here
See tutorial here
So much fruit, more details here
Tiered Watermelon Cake, see more details here
Easy Watermelon Cake, image credit unknown
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