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These watermelon trees are the perfect raw treat to take any function, especially at Christmas time.
When I first saw these a few years back, thanks to my gorgeous and creative sister-in-law, I fell in love with them on the spot.
Frankly they’re so impressive, and SO quick and easy, that they’re worth making anytime you can get your hands on some fresh and juicy watermelon.
Make up any reason you can. Pretend it’s “Hug a Tree Day” , or “National Park Day”, or “Save the Rainforest Week”.
Get creative so you always have an excuse to share these around.
I could rabbit on about how delicious and incredibly simple they are, or I could just show you how to make them.
So I will.
How to Make Watermelon Christmas Trees
1. Get a quarter of a watermelon
2. Cut it into slices
3. Cut a slice in half
4. Slice the rind into thirds
5. Trim the rind from the flesh at the sides
Here’s a quick recap of the stages for you…
And voila, you have a bunch of watermelon Christmas trees. (Or should that be a grove of trees?)
See? How easy was that?
So simple, so delicious, and guaranteed to impress.
Watermelon Christmas Trees recipe
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