Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Tasty Tuesday: Watermelon Cookies

Hi, all.

Hope your 4th was grand!  We spent some time with family and had a blast; pictures to come!

My kids are accomplished cooks, and they have kept us supplied with yummy sweets and savories this summer.  Last week, they made these adorable and delicious watermelon cookies. 


These are somewhat labor-intensive, and if your mother isn’t home when you make them, you might get a little stressed.


With a bit of encouragement, you’ll have a fun, summery twist on the basic sugar cookie.


Prepare these, and you will stun and amaze your friends!

Way to go, DD#1 and DD#2!!

Y’all Rock!

Here’s the recipe; it’s from Taste of Home and is probably available in clearer form on their website.


Be blessed!


Linking up at Tasty Tuesday, Delicious Dishes, and Tempt My Tummy Tuesday, Tuesdays at the Table



  1. Very cute. Great stressed photo. ;-)
    Today, I'm sharing a banana recipe and lots more fun. Plus I have a cookbook giveaway going on right now, so come on by and enter.

  2. Those cookies are so cute...the kids did a wonderful job!

  3. Very cute!! Have a great week!


  4. Ginger - the cookies look yummy. I hate watermelon, so I was glad to see they're not actually made of watermelon :). And your stressed out picture reminds me of myself... everyday this summer :).

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