There’s nothing worse than picking out some ripe, ready to eat fruit, and then throwing them away because they spoiled before you could enjoy them! Last year I wrote about freezing grapes. Want to freeze garlic? How about freezing cherries? But you can’t freeze watermelon, can you?
I always look to StillTasty with questions about storing food, here is what they have to say about watermelon: To freeze, cut watermelon in half and remove seeds and rind. Slice or cube melon, or cut into balls. Place in covered airtight containers or heavy-duty freezer bags. Freeze for up to 12 months for best flavor. Foods frozen and kept at 0° will keep safe indefinitely.