Watermelon Banana Split


Sorry, I’ve been sitting on this idea all week trying to find time to simply post! But I won’t bore you with crazy life busy stories. :) Here’s the deal…

This past weekend after a long run (I’m training for a marathon) I wanted, I was craving, fruit. Thankfully we just went shopping so I had lots of options. :) Watermelon Banana Split

Of course I couldn’t just grab a banana. The little guy and I had a fun creating (and sharing) a fun fruit salad. Here’s what we did…

Cut the banana down the middle, lengthwise and place in bowl.

Scoop large circle pieces of watermelon using a tablespoon or ice cream scoop. Place on the bananas. Sprinkle with the blueberries and almonds.

Have fun! :)

Approx Nutritional Information per serving
Servings Amt per Serving
2 Half of the split
Calories Fat Fiber WWPs
150 4g 3g old: 3 new: 4
Sugar Sat Fat Carbs Protein
18g 0g 28g 3g
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11 Comments and 1 Replies

  1. Julie Hammond

    This is too cute! I’m going to get the stuff to make this today! I think it’s great that you are teaching your child how to eat healthy and fun. Many times people think it’s one or the other. Thank you for sharing!

  2. roni

    Hi Bridget! I linked to them in the ingredient list. I’ve seen them at all my local grocery stores. the brand is Emerald.

    Hope that helps!


  3. Sarah

    thank you for those cocoa almonds…you’ve posted them before…and, i was able to get some…now i buy them in bulk at Sam’s club…they cure so many of my sweet/crunchy cravings :-)

  4. Fern

    Hello. Have you ever tried with a frozen watermelon? Just scoop out the circle pieces before putting it in the freezer. Yay! Watermelon sherbet! Sometimes, I even freeze other fruits after putting some lemon juice and chili powder over them. Excellent refreshing snack!

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