Watermelon Pizza

Watermelon Pizza

Guys, have you met the easiest summer dessert you never made? It’s the Watermelon Pizza and, when it comes to treats, you can’t find anything that is as simple. Ok, you could just throw the slices on the table but what’s the fun in that?! You can vary the fruit (try peaches, pears, apple, blackberries or cherries) and the more the merrier, add bits and bobs like granola or nuts and, the best idea ever, sprinkle it with chocolate shavings. We love that the Watermelon Pizza is pretty enough for adults but tasty enough for even the most die-hard “I want ice cream!” kid. It’s also not just dessert either. These layered slices of drippy, sticky happiness can be breakfast or a snack. There is just no end to what this little baby can do. Well, it can’t get your kids to wear sunscreen but, honestly, who really can?! 

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Watermelon Pizza

Ingredients

  • 1 medium watermelon, cut into 4 discs (save the extras to eat the good ol fashioned way)
  • 2 cups Greek-style yogurt
  • fresh blueberries
  • fresh strawberries
  • fresh raspberries
  • fresh mint
  • Maple syrup

Method

Slice watermelon into discs about 1-inch thick. Cut each disc into 4 slices.

Spread about 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup yogurt across the meat of the melon. Sprinkle with blueberries, slices of strawberries, raspberries and fresh mint. Drizzle with maple syrup

 

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