5 Ridiculously Awesome Ways to Use Watermelon

Just seeing this pictures will leave you craving the summer-y fruit.

Is there a fruit that’s more perfect for piping-hot summer days than watermelon? We think not. And guess what: Straight from the rind isn’t the only way to enjoy the fruit. Tap into its juiciness with these six inspired ideas from food bloggers:
 

Courtesy of KitchenSter

Watermelon Pizza
There’s a new way to eat watermelon by the slice: like pizza, topped with feta cheese and fresh basil.

Get the recipe at KitchenSter.

 

Courtesy of Shugary Sweets

Watermelon Slush
Most fruit slushes you buy on-the-go are loaded with scary amounts of sugar—but not this one! It’s a pure, refreshing blend of frozen watermelon, lime juice, and water. That’s it!

Get the recipe at Shugary Sweets.
 
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Courtesy of How Sweet It Is

Honey-Grilled Watermelon Caprese Salads
It’s not just steaks and burgers that belong on the grill: Toss olive oil- and honey-drizzled watermelon on the grates, mix the grilled fruit with tomatoes, mozzarella, basil leaves, and balsamic—and voila, you’ve got the perfect side dish for a cookout.

Get the recipe at How Sweet It Is.
 

Courtesy of Whisked

Summer Watermelon Salad
Cubes of watermelon, avocado, feta, and radish combine with red onion, mint, and chives to make one flavor-packed (not to mention gorgeous) summer salad. Impromptu picnic, anyone?

Get the recipe at Whisked.
 
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Courtesy of Laylita’s Recipes

Melon Ball Ice Cubes
If you think run-of-the-mill melon is refreshing, wait until you plop a few of these fruity ice cubes into your sparkling water.

Get the recipe at Laylita’s Recipes.

MORE: 5 Watermelon Smoothies That Taste Like Summer  

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