Fruit and Watermelon Pizza

If you are looking for something different and healthy for a dessert or are having a party than this is the ideal pizza to have. You can adjust it to as many or as few slices as you like and the choice of toppings can be endless. It is only confined to your imagination.

Pop it in a home-made pizza box decorated by you or a bought box and you have an easy portable fruit and watermelon pizza.

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Step 1: What You Will Need

For The Food

Ripe Watermelon, that sounds hollow when you knock it.

Red or Black Grapes (I used Red)


White or Yellow Nectarine (I used White)


Lime (optional, but it will stop your banana from going brown, if you plan to make it a head of time.)

Mint Leaves

Toasted Shredded Coconut

For The Tools

Sharp Knife

Cutting Board

Pizza Box

Step 2: Make the Base and Toppings

Cut both ends off your watermelon, so your are left with, about an inch thick, round slice. This is your pizza base! Try to make your Base as flat as possible.

Now Cut your Base into slices (how many slices you do will depend on how big your Base is). It's best to cut your Base before you put all of the toppings on, otherwise it will be harder to cut at the end.

Step 3: Prepare Your Toppings

Take your fruit that you have collected to go on top of your Base and slice it to what ever looks good on your Pizza. I cut the banana, and strawberries in round slices, the grapes in half either way (both looked good) and the White Nectarine into thin wedges.

After you have placed on your fruit, place your mint leaves on and sprinkle with the toasted coconut.

Step 4: Time to Decorate!

Now you have everything prepped, go a head and put it all on! Just remember that less is more. If you have chosen to put Lime on, squeeze it over your Pizza once you have finished putting everything on. Place it in your pizza box and you are ready to Enjoy!!

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    Excellent, I love this idea!!!
    My daughter is fruit-phobic, I must do this for her, just to see her face opening the pizza box :-p

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    LOL, that would be great!! What's even more funny, is that I 'suffer' from the same thing...and I didn't even eat it myself, but friends and family loved it :)

    What a creative idea! I am definitely going to do this with the next watermelon I buy. It's a perfect dessert for the diabetics in my family.

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    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Please do! Don't forget to post a photo when you make it :) It sure is yummy -especially with the touch of mint!


    4 years ago

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