Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR 🍉 @WTRMLNWTR #NATIONALWTRMLNDAY

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

I love watermelon so when I found out there is a day to celebrate this delicious fruit I was thrilled. I received an email recently from the folks at WTRMLN WTR. Have you heard of them? Before this email I had not, WTRMLN WTR is Beyoncé’s line of original cold-pressed watermelon juice. To me this sounds absolutely delicious! If you like watermelon as much as I do, I’m sure you’ll enjoy these recipes to help you celebrate Watermelon Day!

As you know, watermelon is wonderfully versatile, lending itself to both sweet and savory and shape-shifting between solid and liquid. WTRMLN WTR has compiled these recipes that show off the melon’s many qualities. I am excited that they have allowed me to share these recipes and their pictures with you. Enjoy!

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Poke

Ingredients:

1 cup sushi grade ahi tuna (or fish of choice)
½ cup chopped WTRMLN
¼ cup sliced mango
½ cubed avocado
2 tablespoons ponzu sauce
1 tablespoon tamari
2 tablespoons nori seaweed
1 teaspoon fried onion pieces
sesame seeds (to taste)

Preparation:

Allow fish to marinate in ponzu sauce until flavor evenly coats fish. Add all other ingredients and stir lightly. Top with sesame seeds and friend onion pieces. Enjoy with WTRMLN GNGR and a friend.

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Popsicles

Ingredients:

1 + 1/4 cup of fresh watermelon slices
½ cup WTRMLN WTR
½ cup coconut milk (or alternative milk of choice)

Preparation:

Puree 1 cup of chopped WTRMLN slices with ½ cup WTRMLN WTR and pour into Popsicle molds so molds are 2/3 full. Freeze for 30 minutes and pour chilled coconut milk on top of frozen watermelon blend. Top with remaining watermelon slices and freeze for an additional 30 minutes. Rinse molds under warm water to release Popsicle and enjoy somewhere near a pool or beach.

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Zoodles

Ingredients:

1 medium zucchini or spaghetti squash, grated into thin strips
1 large slice of fresh WTRMLN
1 tablespoon roasted pepitas
½ lime wedge
olive oil + salt + pepper, to taste

Preparation:

Allow squash strips to marinate in olive oil + salt + pepper until fully coated, place WTRMLN slice on plate and add zoodles. Top with pepitas, lime juice to taste, and enjoy with WTRMLN LME.

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Acai

Ingredients:

1 bottle of WTRMLN WTR (12 oz)
1 frozen acai berry packet or your own acai blend.
1 ripe banana (fresh or frozen)
1 tablespoon raw cacao powder or unsweetened cocoa.
1 tablespoon maca powder.
1/4 cup sprouted almonds (or any nut or seed)
1 cup of milk alternative (coconut, almond, soy, rice, hemp, etc.)
2 cups of ice.

Preparation:

Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Top with your favorite granola, coconut, or fresh WTRMLN slices. Enjoy with a smile.

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

Kale (salad)

Ingredients:

1 cup chopped kale
¼ cup chopped WTRMLN
½ cup cooked sweet potato
1 tablespoon chopped walnuts (or tree nut of choice)
1 tablespoon parmesan cheese
olive oil + salt + pepper (to taste)

Preparation:

Add all ingredients to the kale or lettuce mix, top with walnuts + cheese, add olive oil + salt + pepper to taste. Crack open a WTRMLN WTR and enjoy with joy.

Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR

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13 Comments

  1. Linda Manns Linneman

    Nothing like a great sweet watermelon. I can’t wait to try these recipes. Thank you so much for sharing

    Reply
  2. Kelly Stanford

    These sound amazing. My mother-in-law is going thru chemo and watermelon is one of the few items she can eat. We will be making these things. Thanks.

    Reply
  3. Stacy Bennett

    Watermelon is my absolute favorite! Thank you for all the recipe ideas! I can’t wait to try them 😍!

    Reply
  4. gloria patterson

    So many ways to use watermelon one of my favorite fruits. My mother just got back from TN where she still has family. One of them grows watermelon and she brought home 3, so this is perfect timing

    Reply
    1. Silvie (Post author)

      YUM! That’s so cool, I would love to grow my own watermelons. 🙂

      Reply
  5. Tamra Phelps

    Oh I love watermelon. It’s my favorite fruit, and we need more recipes using it!

    Reply
  6. Amy D

    These are great, refreshing recipes for watermelon. I especially love the Poke bowl. Also, I love making zoodles, but never thought about mixing in watermelon. It sounds delightful.

    Reply
  7. June S.

    (Celebrate Watermelon Day (8/3) With These Recipes & WTRMLN WTR 🍉 @WTRMLNWTR #NATIONALWTRMLNDAY) I love all of these great watermelon yummy ideas. There is a small town right around where we live that has a Watermelon Days celebration every year.

    Reply
  8. Lynne B

    I haven’t seen this product before. I’d love to try the popsicle recipe.

    Reply
  9. larescoe

    I love watermelon, it is so refreshing! All of these recipes sound delicious, thank you so much for sharing!

    Reply
  10. Alice F.

    Watermelon is so refreshing, especially on a hot summer’s day! It never occurred to me to make a watermelon popsicle; great idea. Thank you for the creative recipes.

    Reply
  11. nancy j burgess

    We love watermelon.Ive never made anything but I will try a recipe.Thanks

    Reply
  12. weeziestoy

    I really enjoy watermelon in the summer time. These are great recipes but putting something on my watermelon, I don’t know.

    Reply

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