Watermelon Ceviche

Updated: Aug 6, 2019

This recipe has such a good blend of flavors. Its the perfect mix of spicy and sweet and limey and minty. It's 100% the best appetizer for a over-stimulated millennial like myself; It definitely kept my attention.

No this recipe isn't as filling as regular seafood ceviche but yes its very yummy and refreshing. It's kinda more like a salsa but since it is so chunky so I decided to call it a ceviche. I get nervous to call something vegan a name that is so different from its non-vegan counter part. For instance, Cauliflower steaks: That has to be the most disappointing thing for non-vegans. Like "wow that is the vegan alternative to steak? NOOOO obvi its not, being vegan isn't just sitting around starving eating lame food. But this is def not lame so I went for it.



6 cups watermelon, cubed

1 small cucumber, peeled and diced

Handful mint, chopped

1 lime, juiced

1 serrano pepper (or jalapeno), minced


Skinny tortilla chips:


Cooking spray (avocado oil)



Combine all ingredients for Watermelon Ceviche and refrigerate.

Turn oven on broil

Spray one side of tortilla chips with cooking spray and lightly sprinkle with salt.

Place on a cooking sheet and broil about 5 mins or until crispy.


*NOTE. Don’t light your house on fire, set a freaking timer for 3 mins and look in the oven to make sure you chips aren't on fire. I accidentally forgot about mine the second time I was making them and they were on fire because I left them in too long. If you don’t have a timer,  just buy regular chips.