How to cut Watermelon

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Creative Ways to Serve a Watermelon









  1. Blend the watermelon and tomatoes until fully mixed.
  2. Use a sift to remove the bigger chunks from the mix and transfer into a bowl.
  3. Add the jalapeņos to the bowl and leave in the fridge for an hour.
  4. Remove from the fridge and transfer the juice into popsicle molds, then freeze for 7-10 hours.








  • Begin by cutting a part of the skin into a flat surface to make the watermelon stay in place.
  • With a sharp knife, cut the watermelon in half, but stop short of the end, as shown in the photo below.




  • Remove the flesh from both sides and cut it into nice-looking squares or balls.
  • Use a delicate knife to cut “spikes” at the edges of the watermelon skin.






  • Use a pair of toothpicks for the “nose”, which is just a small rind decorated with a small fruit (such as a grape, cherry, or blueberry).





  • Use four more toothpicks to give your hedgehog eyes and ears using two triangular rinds and a pair of small fruits.
  • Move the flesh back into the hollowed-out watermelon and use toothpicks to give your creation spikes.




  • If you want to take the hedgehog outside the house, do not implement the final step until you’re at your final location. I can promise you that no one will be able to ignore your creation!



    I received this from Zehera Kassam, all I have on her is an email Addy so I'm not linking that. BUT if you can find one of her groups, She has some really great stuff!!! I use a lot of it & she also sends to 6-Pics.