Why not put a twist on the old fruit platter, and dress it up like a pizza?

When eating watermelon one summer day, I realized a slice looked not too far off from a pizza bun covered in tomato sauce - and thus the idea for watermelon dessert "pizza" was born.

With your toppings on hand, this should take no more than a few minutes for each "pizza".

Step 1: Ingredients

The base of the "pizza", aka. the bun with tomato sauce is a single slice of watermelon. Choose your own toppings. Experiment. Go crazy.

Here are some ideas:

- galia or honeydew melon, cut into circles (slices of mozzarella cheese)
- green or blue grapes (olives)
- strawberries (pepperoni or other sausage)
- green or yellow apple, shredded (shredded cheese)
- green kiwi (fresh herbs, pesto)

<p>Excellent. A Must Try It.</p>
That is soo cool better try it out :)
<p>Please do, and I would love to see the results! :)</p>
betting some pineapple and prosciutto would be kick arse on a slice of watermelon.
<p>Prosciutto and melon is certainly a great combo. I left it out this time to keep with the dessert theme, but perhaps I'll try that later. Also: pineapple = yum! Great ideas!</p>
I say if bacon can be included in desserts why not its delicious cousin lol
I am definitely making this.
<p>Thats great! I'd love to see the results :)</p>
<p>Yum indeed :)</p>
<p>This is really clever! </p>
<p>Thank you :)</p>
<p>How creative!!</p>
<p>Thanks :)</p>
<p>I love this! This would be such a great way to give kids "dessert" and have them decorate their own pizzas. </p>
<p>Thanks Danger, that is a really good point. Given that my son is only 4 months old, that part didn't occur to me :)</p>

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