Once you have the ingredients, you’ll need the following equipment:
1. Paper towels
2. 2 large bowls (one to mix the Jell-O, one for the watermelon you’ll scoop out)
3. 2 small sheet trays or baking dishes (each needs to be big enough to fit a watermelon half)
4. Liquid measuring cup
5. Electric kettle (or you can boil water another way)
6. Cutting board
7. Kitchen spoon
9. Chef’s knife
First, cut your watermelon in half, lengthwise.
(That’ll leave you with two equal halves.)
Keep in mind when you’re cutting the watermelon that you don’t want the halves to roll around as the Jell-O sets. So, if there’s a flatter part, make that the base for one of your halves.