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I knew I would love this-anything w/ lime and you can't go wrong w/ watermelon-DELICIOUS-and very refreshing-especially after a spicy meal!!! Thank you, dale, for a great recipe! Made for the Think Pink Tag Game In Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, October 2008.

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Mrs.Jack October 23, 2008

Not only extremely delicious, but easy to put together. I wanted to try the recipe using Splenda and the only difference I noted was that the mixture did not become syrupy. I continued, undaunted and prepared the rest of the recipe. What wonderful granita. I know that I will make it again and again. Thank you for this treat!

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Aikiwoman June 19, 2008

So delicious! I did not use the zest, and added 1/4 tsp of vanilla. You can also freeze these in ice cube trays, then pulse in a food processor, to save yourself the scraping steps. For the presentation, I saved the lime halves, and served the granita mounded in them like little watermelons (you could even use currants, if you want "seeds"). Tasted and looked great!

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Maito August 13, 2007

This is delicious and easy. The amount of lime juice was just perfect for me. I will be making this again and again. This would be a great base for a daiquiri or a margarita. I think I will try it tonight! Thanks Dale! for the great way to use watermelon.

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kfraz June 12, 2006

I made this recipe last night but thought the lime taste was way too strong. Next time I make it I would reduce the lime juice to only 1/4 cup. Everyone all liked the way it tasted but found it too sour. Overall a good recipe.

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SuperSpinach January 11, 2006
Watermelon and Lime Granita