3 Reviews

Recipe, doesn't list how much salt, so I didn't use any salt. I didn't boil the water either, it was still good not using these things or cooking., and was done and chilled quicker. Taste was great, and if you like watermelon, why not. Makes a good diabetic recipe. Served with a multigrain oat bread and chicken filling., with l T. miraclewhip (lower fat content in miraclewhip than mayonaisee.

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Patricia (Pat)PatsCorner of The World Hubbert September 08, 2003

A bit like dessert; felt it was good for children more than adults as the flavors were not very complex. Watermelon has lots of sugar, not a good fruit for diabetics.

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victornjoachim September 03, 2007

I really like this for a summery dessert. It's light and refreshing and guilt free! My 5 year old suggested blending the cucumbers too, although he's had quite a few bowls this way so he must not mind the chunks too much! I didn't boil the splenda water either, just heated a little, since splenda dissolves quickly. This is a great recipe, thanks!

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Kaarin September 04, 2006
Chilled Cucumber-Watermelon Soup