Is that how the store markets them''as personal watermelons? If so, the concept and the variety haven't made it to my neck of the woods. Did I just write Lake of the Woods? Dreaming of heading there in August...I love those personal watermelons...they are fantastic!
FluffyAngel said:Watermelon dehydrates deliciously. It gets nice and crisp and breaks like a wafer yet melts in your mouth almost like cotton candy. It's also amazingly sweet when dehydrated. I would not dare add sugar of any kind. If you like candy & you dehydrate some watermelon, you'll wish you had dehydrated a lot of it because it opens up whole other avenue of options on how to get more watermelon in your dishes. I would encourage anyone who likes watermelon to try it dehydrated for a great all natural "no sugar added but noone will believe you" candy. Super Simple. Just slice (not too thick) and place in dehydrator and leave until crisp. Then you will have that wonderful watermelon taste concentrated in these little watermelon crisps that can be enjoyed as is or as an additive to lend a ton of flavor. I discovered this because my wonderful late neighbor used to grow watermelons by the acres and gave us more watermelon than we could ever eat. Had to find a way to use them.