Easy Fruit Sparkler Recipe for Delicious Watermelon Treat

Do you like watermelon? Then try this super easy fruit sparkler watermelon treat.

It will catch everyone’s eyes on your next get together.

Let’s dive right in and have a look this easy recipe.

fruit sparkler recipe

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Fruit Sparkler Recipe

This easy treat recipe is perfect for any summer BBQ, get together or party.

It will catch everyone’s eyes, especially on those summer holidays such as Independence Day or Memorial Day celebrations.

It’s super easy to make and even your kids can help to prepare. They will enjoy being mommies little or big helpers.

Here is what you need for this delicious summer treat:

Ingredients

  • Ripe watermelon
  • Fresh blueberries
  • 1 star cookie cutter
  • toothpicks or any type of bamboo skewers
  • 1 knife

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Simple follow this easy step-by-step instruction for your delicious fruit sparklers:

Instructions

Step 1: Prepare fruit

Cut the watermelon in 1-inch slices big enough for your stars.

cutting watermelon

Step 2: Cut stars

Take the cookie cutter and cut stars from the flesh of the watermelon.

cutting stars

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Step 3: Prepare blueberries

Thread washed blueberries on your skewers but leave enough space on both ends.

preparing blueberries for fruit sprakler

Step 4: Attach watermelon

Attach your watermelon stars to the top of your bamboo skewers and place the treats in the refrigerator till it’s time to serve them.

furit sparkler with watermelon and blueberries

This delicious treat is always a full success with my kids, especially on the 4th of July. More fun activities for Independence Day can be found here.

Now I would like to hear from you! How did your kids enjoy your watermelon snack recipe?

Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below right now.

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