Watermelon Ice and Watermelon Pie

The only thing that I can visualize with watermelons is juice topped with mint, or watermelon chunks…..I never thought I could do something like this with watermelons……First I made watermelon ice made of water melon juice, and then top off a main course with a simply fabulous watermelon and blue berry pie.

This is my entry to AFAM- Watermelon, hosted by the lovely Bee n Jai of Jugalbandi

Watermelon Ice:

Cut the watermelon into chunks and just pour into ice cube trays and freeze, these taste good with any juice. I didnt even strain, just poured them into the trays.

Watermelon Collage

This goes to Sugar Hi Friday hosted by Sarah of The Delicious Life

    Watermelon Pie

I took the recipe from here and tweaked it a beat to suit our palette.


1/2 can sweetened condensed milk
1/4 cup lime juice
2 cups watermelon balls
1 cup of blue berries
4 ounce container refrigerated non-dairy whipped topping, thawed
1 9-inch or mini graham cracker crust or frozen pie crust.


.1. In case of a frozen pie crust, preheat the oven to 400F and pierce the crust with the fork all over and nicely and heat it for about 10 minutes, until it turns golden.

2.Fold together milk and topping. Add lime juice. Fold in watermelon balls and blueberries, reserving a few for a garnish. Pour into graham cracker/ frozen crust. Place remaining watermelon balls on pie to garnish. Chill for 2 or more hours before serving.

Watermelon Pie

16 thoughts on “Watermelon Ice and Watermelon Pie

  1. kajal says:

    Wow….great entry……but I have one question. How you put this type of big photo and also three photos in one? Really very nice blog……Keep it up.:)

  2. usha says:

    lovely pics!!!!!water melon ice cubes is really nice!!!!!
    pie is a very different recipe! again pics are so nice!!!!

  3. Padma says:

    I loved you watermelon ice cubes and the WM pie looks interesting and easy…Nice entry to AFAM..
    Hey thanks for visiting my blog, you have a nice cozy space here. Sure will drop in from time to time, added you to the feed and blogroll

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