Watermelon Pizza – Summertime Fun
You can’t make a mistake making watermelon pizza, unless of course you top it with mustard greens – LOL … that would be nasty.
Decided to have a little fun this summer and surprise a few people. When I told them I had some pizza for them, this isn’t exactly what they pictured, but we had a good laugh and they enjoyed it.
Watermelon Pizza Recipe
Equipment Needed: I don’t think so …
Yield: How much can you eat …
- Watermelon, did I really have to list that one!
The rest of the ingredients are up to you:
- Pictured on one half is cashew cream, pecans, diced fresh basil, and pinch of cayenne pepper. What you can’t see is that on each slice I added 1-2 drops of lime essential oil.
- The other half is kiwi, blueberries, unsweetened shredded coconut, and melon. What you can’t see is that on each slice I added 1-2 drops of lemon essential oil.
- Slice watermelon before topping.
Note: When using essential oils, only use pure therapeutic grade oils. Many so called essential oils are synthetic, not made for consumption purposes, and can be harmful.
Have fun making watermelon fruit pizza, and see what different combinations you can come up with – be creative, have fun with it, and if you have kids or grandchildren, this would be a great activity do to with them.
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