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    Watermelon Maddness

    I love Watermelon, and these are some of the best watermelon recipes you can find on Zaar!! (In my own opinion of course...) Cover - Watermelon Star Salads Photo By: ms_bold
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    A super summer cocktail

    Recipe #227907

    4 Reviews |  By GinnyP

    This appeared in magazine ads. The picture shows it is very pretty and festive. Very simple, too. Great for Independence Day!

    Recipe #29487

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I just found they now sell watermelon vodka. So of course I had to make something with it.This drink is refreshing and pretty.

    Recipe #93110

    1 Reviews |  By Derf

    All the wonderful fresh fruit of summer, whatever is in season, makes refreshing fruit salads. I use whatever is going locally the day I make it, berries, peaches, apricots, pineapple, melons etc., mmmm lushious!!

    Recipe #178461

    This is one of many recipes I have gotten out of a Grill Masters cook book. Some of them I have tried and some are still on my list to try. But all of them sound very yummy.

    Recipe #191033

    4 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A beautiful licuado from Mexico guaranteed to quench the summertime heat. From The Border Cookbook as published in our local paper. Cook time is chilling time.

    Recipe #73280

    You can add extra lime juice for tang, and honey for extra sweetness. If your watermelon is good and sweet, omit the honey. For a pretty presentation, garnish with watermelon balls and fresh mint sprigs.

    Recipe #114895

    This 4 ingredient pie is just what you need on a hot summer day! Easy, light and delicious. Try it with sugar-free and reduced fat ingredients to make it even healthier! Based on a recipe from Quick Cooking magazine.

    Recipe #66340

    2 Reviews |  By Mercy

    From the show "License to Grill"

    Recipe #119706

    This recipe is so "sweet" and cute. Last February Parents magazine posted this recipe for Valentine's Day.

    Recipe #220450

    This is a great way to start your day. Prepare the night before, then blend in the morning

    Recipe #138947

    These are Delicious! I concocted this from three different recipes for the most watermelon flavor. The orange juice paired with the watermelon gives these popsicles the color of a beautiful sunset, which is a great time to have one.

    Recipe #128816

    3 Reviews |  By yooper

    I just came across this one but wish I had found it in July! Sounds like a perfect dessert for a picnic or backyard grill out! I can't wait until watermelon is back in season here!

    Recipe #43780

    Two ingredients (No Dairy) combine quickly for one refreshing drink,Enjoy.

    Recipe #95141

    This is a way to have your "ice cream" without the guilty feeling of going off your diet! (and much healthier)

    Recipe #131886

    A great summer salad that is sweet and tart with a touch of heat. I prefer this chilled as I like the coolness to go with the spicy, but it can be served at room temperature. I got this from a cookbook that I have since lost, but it is a very easy recipe to remember. Time includes all prep, cooking and standing time, but not chill time.

    Recipe #168560

    Recipe #195396

    This is a really refreshing summer salad. Add a little feta cheese or goat cheese if you like. From our local paper.

    Recipe #178885

    Sure to make your picnic a LOT more interesting or the Hempstead, TX Watermelon Festival! Here are three ways to achieve this dastardly deed. I prefer rum over vodka for this but champagne is nice too especially with the open and honest method. UPDATE: I tried this recently with Vanilla Vodka and OMG! It was FAB! BUT FIRST- Rinse the whole melon to remove any dirt or icky stuff that might be on the skin- seen or unseen! ewwww!!!! I never used to do this part until I saw a large dog "marking" the watermelons! EWWWWWWW! NOW I wash them VERY WELL! ugh! Now all that is left to do is to choose which method you would like to use! Cooking time does not include the hours of cooling. Have a great time!

    Recipe #163827

    Watermelon in a pie? It's light, tasty, nobake, and pretty too! Chill time included in prep time.

    Recipe #52926

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