Watermelon Caprese Skewers

As I sit here trying to decide how to pitch you these caprese skewers I think to myself, what are their selling points? Obviously, they are tasty and healthy but there must be more. Then it hits me. Not only is this a no-cooking required snack but it is also a no clean-up required. Sometimes I have these days where I feel like making something yummy but don’t feel like trashing my kitchen and the clean-up stands in my way. You will only need three kitchen items to make these gorgeous kabobs, a knife, a melon baller and a cutting board. If that’s not incentive, then I got nothin’.

What you need:

1 small seedless watermelon

Cherry tomatoes

Mini Mozzarella balls

Fresh mint

Balsamic Vinegar

Sea Salt

BBQ skewers

 

How to:

Using a melon baller, scoop some pretty balls of watermelon. That’s literally it. Stack your skewers however you fancy them. I alternated flavors but watermelon, tomato, and 2 mozzarella is a good looking order as well. Once assembled, drizzle some balsamic vinegar across the top and give em’ a sprinkle of salt.

** This is also a great vegetarian option for a BBQ**

Love, Hayls

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  • http://twitter.com/Renee_19 Renee Nuss

    yumm! this looks fantastic! :)

  • Berenice

    I already like it. And I have watermelon in my fridge, so say no more…

  • http://twitter.com/PuryPerry Pury Perry

    l love it!!

  • Melody

    Easy, effective and yet so good. I like coming here. I can not see the kitchen as something impossible lol.

  • http://www.thenextobsession.blogspot.com/ yuni.k @ the|next|obsession

    yum! I was craving watermelon the other day and thinking how good it would be in place of tomatoes on bruschetta with mozzerella. This looks so easy and delicious!

  • ThisIsYourLife

    do you eat the mint when you eat the watermelon? i’m confused how to eat them.

    • http://xrunningwithscalpelsx.blogspot.com RunningWithScalpels

      Mint leaves are edible if that’s what you’re getting at. I’m fairly sure they’re not just garnish here.

      Personally, I like raw mint, so I’d eat them anyway even if they WERE supposed to be garnish.

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/basementrocks Brad_arneson

    Sweet Haylie i Did this For Your Mom’s Last Birthday I Do Not know if she ever Saw It :)
    Love Your Family :) Brad :) http://youtu.be/Rqh-VgVrYA0

  • Anna A Hodge

    ooo these look incredible. Thanks Haylie for another amazing treat. xo

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  • http://beecowarrior.blogspot.com/ Tiffany

    This looks so good, my mouth is actually watering. A little sprinkling of chopped basil or Thai basil on top might also be a nice touch!

  • Pat

    Yum! Two of my favorite foods put together in a super delicious recipe!