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Snacks : Food > Watermelon

Watermelon Cookies added 5-31-01 Original Author Unknown

Enhance any watermelon theme with this mouthwatering idea. Add red food coloring to sugar cookie dough. Roll out the dough and cut circle shapes with a cookie cutter or plastic lid. Cut each resulting dough circle in half then put all of the halves on a cookie sheet. Press a few miniature chocolate chips into each cookie to resemble watermelon seeds. Bake the cookies as directed. When they are cool, dip the round edge of each cookie into green frosting. Now that's a sweet slice of watermelon!


Watermelon Pops added 5-19-02 Original Author Unknown

Give each child a paper plate, plastic knife and a slice of watermelon without the rind.  Each child is responsible for picking out the seeds and cutting their piece of watermelon into tiny pieces. The children love using the plastic knives!  After each child had finished cutting up the watermelon, have and adult put it in the blender and pureed it.  Pour the juice into paper cups an freeze. Once the watermelon is partially frozen, stick in a popsicle stick.




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