Is there anything more refreshing than watermelon in summer? Try this easy recipe for DIY watermelon pizza - choose your own toppings and decorate your watermelon however you please. A guaranteed crowd pleaser with the kids.
I can't claim to have come up with the idea of watermelon pizza - you only need to look at Pinterest to see that. However, I have added my own twist to the recipe by making a DIY pizza serving station. Simply place your toppings in bowls, put out some spoons and let the kids get stuck in.
This DIY watermelon pizza is the perfect healthy dessert to bring out for a summer playdate, BBQ or party. Or even just after dinner or as a mid afternoon snack.
I was inspired to create a watermelon recipe when I received these lovely wedge shaped earrings from Little by Little Jewellery.* Their pieces are all inspired by food - think orange segments, watermelon wedges and apple pips. They are an ethical brand and donate funds to charity Action Against Hunger with every sale. What's not to love about them, right?
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Here's how to make DIY watermelon pizza
DIY watermelon pizza
- 1 round slice ripe watermelon
- 200 ml plain yoghurt I used dairy free
- handful raspberries
- handful blueberries
- handful fresh mint leaves torn
- Cut the watermelon into wedges.
- Serve in the centre of the table with the yoghurt, fruit and mint leaves and allow people to make up their own pizza slices.
- Also works well with other summer berries.
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