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Pink Saturday: Watermelon Tip

Have you ever bought a watermelon got home, cut it up and it lacks a bit in flavor?  I have the perfect solution.  This is a great tip I received from my good friend over at Tightwad Mom's Frugal  Forum  years ago.

 It is brilliant!! Mix it with non-calorie drink mix, the powder kind.  We love Raspberry Ice flavor.  YUM!!
It add just a touch of flavor and makes it so delicious.   My kids ask for it no matter what the watermelon tastes like.
Happy Pink Saturday!
Not quite pink but I figured you probably wouldn't want to see my pink back. Which after a week is finally pink not bright red! Lesson learned:
DO NOT LET YOUR SIX YEAR OLD APPLY SUNSCREEN TO YOUR BACK!! I planned on applying more but we got in a hurry and I forgot. Atleast everyone else got lathered.
Now go check out all the pink over at Pink Saturday!!
Also check out my Friend Frenchy over at Le Chateau des fleurs by Frenchy.  She has an incredible eye for decorating. (I really need her to help me out!!) It is an amazing blog with great ideas and incredible pictures.
Happy PINKS!!!
~Tiffanee

Comments

  1. Wow... very interesting.. we might have to try this. I've had that happen to me quite a few times. My husband is Russian and he said they are watermelon two ways there.. one, infused with vodka! and two, with feta cheese and pita bread. Not too sure about that one. He keeps saying he's going to make it for us. I'm not in any hurry! He can take his time! HA!!
    I love Frenchy as well. She is just fabulous! I neardly died when I saw her last bathroom posting!! Unbelievable!!
    Happy Pink Saturday!
    -April

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  2. I'm blushing! Thank you for the hook up! My kids love this,too.

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  3. thanks! great tip! I find buying most fresh fruit in the winter months moderately bland so I'll keep this in mind. Strawberries, melons etc

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  4. Very good tip. It doesn't usually stop my kids from devouring it. They go through watermelon like you wouldn't believe.

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  5. Well, that is the kind of interesting idea that I would never have thought of. Thanks! I just found your blog and am looking forward to trying some new recipes soon. I signed up as your follower, too.
    I set a goal for my new blog to have 50 followers by the end of July, and here it is the last day and I am 5 followers shy of my goal. I would love it if you would follow me back, please and thank you. My blog is Sewing and Growing , but there are recipes there, too.
    I hope you have a great day!

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  6. You are so sweet! I would love anytime to help you out! :)
    Thank you for talking about me :)
    The watermelon recipe sounds so yummy! NICE!
    Hugs
    Frenchy

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  7. G'eve Tiffanee ~ What a delicious idea. We have several watermelons growing in our wee garden ...
    Ouch! pink backs aren't fun! Rub liquid Vitamin C on it & it will be all gone by eve.

    Have a lovely PINK summer's eve ~
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

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  8. What an amazing idea! I will definitely have to keep this in mind!

    Thanks so much for dropping by and leaving such a sweet comment about my feature on Friendly Friday. I was SO excited about it!

    I hope you and your family are having an amazing weekend!

    Blessings,

    Teresa <><

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  9. Happy PS! Love watermelon. This looks delicious.

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  10. watermelon is one of my favorite things and so disappoiting when you get one with no taste. will try this the nest time.
    have a great week,
    Judy

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  11. Yes, it is such a bummer to get a tasteless watermelon. Definitely going to try this!

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  12. No way that is so cool! I just know the boys would love it! We always have the powered stuff it's the only type of "juice" we drink :) ... hehe flavored water got to love it.

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