Summer is the perfect time to give your stove a rest and relax with a fresh, easy, no-cooking-required recipe.
This fruit salad is a great alternative to your typical salad and is a wonderful way to elevate the flavors of watermelon. It's perfect for picnics, brunch, potlucks, or as a sweet and savory snack! If you want to add some additional protein, try serving it with a Vanilla Greek yogurt.
When picking out a watermelon in the grocery store, the field spot should be more yellow. When lifting the watermelon, it should feel heavy or dense. Lastly, you can knock on the watermelon and listen for a deep hallow sound. Following these tips will lead to picking a ripe and delicious melon.
• 1 watermelon, sliced
• 1 pint blueberries, washed
• ½ cup feta cheese, crumbled
• 3 T Rosemary, chopped
• 2 T Olive Oil
• Salt and pepper, to lightly season
1. In a large bowl, combine watermelon, blueberries, olive oil, and rosemary.
2. Lightly (almost like a garnish) salt and pepper.
3. Serve and enjoy!
Devin Brittain is a Registered Dietitian and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist in the state of Louisiana. Born and raised in California, Devin obtained her Bachelors of Science in Food and Nutritional Sciences with an emphasis in Dietetics and Food Administration from California State University, Fresno. She then moved to Louisiana and completed her Dietetic Internship at Tulane’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Devin is currently the Outpatient Dietitian for the Cancer Center at West Jefferson Medical Center where she assists patients and teaches healthy cooking classes. She is serving on the board for the New Orleans Dietetic Association where she strongly advocates for the dietetic profession and the health of her community. In her free time, Devin enjoys attending festivals, reading, developing recipes, dancing, and cheering on the Saints! She is passionate about utilizing her food and nutrition knowledge to benefit others and believes in finding innovative ways to encourage a healthy lifestyle that works for each individual.