Desserts: Frozen Desserts: Watermelon Snow Cones

Bring out the child in you with these unique cones - fun for kids of all ages!

Author: National Watermelon Promotion Board
Date: August 14, 2012

Serves: 4 person(s)
Yield: 4 x 1 snow cone servings

Preparation Time: 20 mins
Cooking Time: 0 mins
Extra Time: 1 hrs (for freezing)


    1 seedless watermelon
    228.57 g low-sugar vanilla yogurt (such as Dannon Light 'n Fit)
    1/2 cup sweetened coconut *
    100 g sprinkles or jimmies
    4 paper snow cone cups


    Using an ice cream scoop, make 4 balls of watermelon and place them in the freezer on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet for no more than 1 hour.

    Remove from freezer and roll in vanilla yogurt and then lightly coat with sweetened coconut; top with sprinkles or jimmies.

    Place in a snow cone cup and enjoy.


    * Unsweetened coconut can replace the sweetened, if desired.

    For a change, replace snow cone cup with an ice cream cone.

    Serving suggestions are not included in the nutritional analysis.

Nutritional Information
(Per Serving)

Calories:160 cals
Kilojoules:667 kJ
Fat:5.9 g
Carbohydrates:24.7 g
Protein:3.8 g
Cholesterol:5.0 mg
Sodium:45 mg
Saturated Fat:4.7 g
Fiber:1.2 g
Calcium:88.0 mg
Total Sugars:21.6 g

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