Tutti Frutti From Watermelon Rind


This quarantine make us learn new things. Learn to reuse thing or make best out of waste. You are wonder what we are going to make best of waste in kitchen.I am going to make Tutti-Frutti from Watermelon rind.

Have you seen those little sweet crystals in red, yellow, green, blue, and other colors? Yes, I am talking about TUTTI-FRUTTI. In Indian English, tutti frutti typically alludes to sugar-coated crude papaya. These are regularly little cubical pieces, frequently splendidly shaded. Tutti frutti is commonly arranged from raw papaya. Be that as it may, here, we get ready tutti frutti utilizing watermelon skins, i.e., the white part in watermelon. The white portion of the watermelon is known as the rind. Well, most of the people think it is just a waste part of the watermelon, but this is more like the outcome of best out of waste.

Today, I am sharing a beneficial formula for getting ready tutti frutti from watermelon rind. Watermelon tutti frutti making is not a rocket science that you cannot do. It is very simple if you know how to boil water and cut the veggies. It is accustomed to beautifying cakes and frozen yogurt treats, and we can utilize it in biryani. You can either air dry it for two or three days and use it promptly, or you can get dried out and store it in the storeroom for a considerable length of time.

It is commonly utilized for garnishes in frozen yogurts, pastries or cakes and anything on which you want to add it. There is no fixed or particular use of the tutti-frutti. For the most part, these sweetened organic products come in splendid red shading, green and yellow shading. Well, Tutti Frutti is an ice cream parlour thing generally sugar coated natural product. Apart from that, if you have kids, then it would be a must-try recipe for you. It will help you make healthy dishes, and by adding this, your children even will eat dishes which they don’t like.

The recipe is quite simple to follow so, here you follow step by step easy guide to making tutti frutti with watermelon rind.

Well, before moving forward, I also want to let you know the benefits of watermelon rind:

  • It helps to reduce your blood pressure.
  • Your workout sees a boost and makes you active.
  • Watermelon rind is super rich in fiber.

Tutti- Fruti


  • Watermelon Rind
  • Water as required
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • Food colour


1. First remove the green part of watermelon rind.Watermelon rind into tutti frutti

2. Chopped the white part of watermelon rind in small pieces. The size you want for tutti frutti.

3. Boil the chopped watermelon in water for 10 minutes , until it turn transparent.
Watermelon rind into tutti frutti

4. Strain it and let it cool down for sometime.
Watermelon rind into tutti frutti

5. Take 1 1/2 cups water in a pan and add 3/4 cup sugar in it. Let the sugar dissolve in the water completely.

6.  When sugar is dissolve completely add the rind slices of watermelon. Let it boil for 10 minutes in sugar syrup.Watermelon rind into tutti frutti

7. Let the sugar syrup cool down.

8. Now divide the dice into 2 parts so we can add the colours. You can use as many colours you desire to make.Watermelon rind into tutti frutti

9. Add food colours to each part and mix it well. I have two colours red and orange.

10. I have also added different flavours to both the watermelon dices bowl.(Rose and vanilla)

11. Let it soak for minimum of 2 hours.

12. After 2 hours , strain the coloured dices separately and collect in a paper/foil.Watermelon rind into tutti frutti

13. Now let it dry in sun for 1 day in a tray.

14. It is ready to use in cake,icecream,dessert.


May 31, 2020

16 Replies to “Tutti Frutti From Watermelon Rind”

  1. Saumya Chaudhary says: June 8, 2020 at 12:51 pm

    This is really easy and amazing recipe. Gonna try it out soon soon. It looks so tasty.

  2. Pamela Mukherjee says: June 5, 2020 at 10:48 pm

    I loved your recipe of Tutti Frutti from Watermelon. Its very new to me. During this lockdown, I look for new new recipes and this one seems yum , I will try it.

  3. Hansa Kajaria says: June 5, 2020 at 9:59 am

    Wow. I never knew how tutti fruit is made to begin with and that we can also make it with watermelon brind. I am surely gonna try this as my kids are for sure gonna relish it.

  4. Rahul Prabhakar says: June 5, 2020 at 8:11 am

    I loved your recipe of Tutti Frutti from Watermelon Rind. During this lockdown, I look for new summer recipes and I am so glad to have found your interesting post.

  5. Pooja Budhiraja says: June 5, 2020 at 7:11 am

    Gujee I love your cooking skills. And the watermelon tutti frutti looks fabulous to try this summer. Amazing

  6. Docdivatraveller says: June 5, 2020 at 6:25 am

    Wow this is such a great tutorial. I always throw them away but now after learning this, I am going to make lots of tutti fruitti.

  7. Abha Singh says: June 5, 2020 at 5:44 am

    Wow…that’s great…we used to throw this part of watermelon. I will sure try this. Kids will love this I am sure.

  8. vishakha says: June 4, 2020 at 11:01 pm

    this looks so yummm !!! I am going to try this this weekend. Thanks for sharing

  9. Amrit Kaur says: June 4, 2020 at 10:57 pm

    Wow i never knew it is easy to make tutti fruit the right way. I would try it next when i get watermelon in grocery shopping.

  10. Manisha says: June 4, 2020 at 6:19 pm

    I never thought making tutti fruiti at home could be done easily, but your stepwise post has made me change my mind and feel like giving it a try. Thanks.

  11. Jenifer says: June 4, 2020 at 5:53 pm

    You are a cooking expert. Such a nice recipe from the watermelon and it’s wastage.
    I will try out coz I like tuti futti.

  12. Raksha says: June 4, 2020 at 4:43 pm

    Oh my God, this Tutti-Frutti from Watermelon looks like an amazing refreshing drink. I will try making it tomorrow for breakfast. Thanks for this recipe.

  13. nadia kohli says: June 4, 2020 at 4:37 pm

    this is so brilliant recipe with watermelon. i mean such things we dont use n getting something prepare like this is simply wonderful.

  14. Subhashish Mandal says: June 4, 2020 at 4:29 pm

    Love the idea of this tutti frutti so many memories and the images are fabulousness. Didnt know this is where it could come from

  15. Sundeep says: June 4, 2020 at 1:26 pm

    Wow! I saw many people are making tutti frutti now-a-days from watermelon. But we never tried this at home. Thanks for sharing step by step recipe to make this tutti frutti will definitely going to try this now

  16. Cindy Dsilva says: June 4, 2020 at 1:32 am

    Wow first I’d like to know how this tastes before making it. Let me ask my friends about it and then follow your recipe.

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