Recipe by The Honey BlondeVisit website
Watermelon and feta are an unlikely pair, aren't they? That juicy, sweet fruit with rich and salty feta. When you top them with a drizzle of tangy balsamic, it almost becomes the perfect bite of food! I added a handful of blueberries to my balsamic reduction and to the top of the feta to really amp up the blue, making these little bites perfect for 4th of July! HOW I MADE IT I started by making the blueberry balsamic reduction. You could use a plain balsamic reduction (or buy a bottle of balsamic glaze from the grocery store) if you don't feel like making thw blueberry variety. But it's actually pretty easy to make. I put some blueberries, balsamic, and agave (you could use honey, I just couldn't find mine) in a sauce pan and then let it simmer until it had reduced by half. And viola! Blueberry balsamic reduction that you can impress your friends with. Just remember to say "blueberry balsamic reduction" in the snootiest way possible. For the watermelon part, of course you could just cut out cube, but where's the fun in that? I had my star cookie cutter already out from making pie last week so I decided to make star shaped watermelon. Very patriotic! Now comes the easy part! I stacked a cube of feta on top of the watermelon and skewered them with a toothpick and blueberry. Then just drizzled on the balsamic reduction. Now these cuties are ready to be devoured! I have a feeling they will go quickly at any 4th of July party or Summer backyard barbecue! They are refreshing and satisfying all in one bite!