Watermelon Pizza with Berries, Greek Yoghurt and Rose Petals

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Watermelon Pizza is an easy dessert loaded with fresh summer berries, vanilla flavoured Greek yoghurt, rose petals and fresh herbs. It's easy and fun to make and the perfect treat for a hot summer day! I thought the pizza looks prettier topped with naturally colourful and beautiful summer berries, but you can change it up and use whatever fruit (mango, kiwi, strawberry, or currants) you have in your fridge. If you're lactose intolerant, coconut cream works as an excellent substitute for Greek yoghurt. Shave some chocolate over if you are a fan. Be creative and enjoy the summer!

  • 2 Watermelon slices, about 2cm thick
  • 150 g 10% Greek yoghurt
  • 1 tsp Maple syrup
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla
  • 100 g Raspberries
  • 100 g Blackberries
  • 100 g Blueberries
  • Dried rose petals
  • Fresh herbs (Mint, basil and dill)
  1. In a small bowl, mix Greek yoghurt, maple syrup and vanilla together until combined.
  2. Divide the yoghurt mixture onto two slices of watermelon and top with berries, herbs, and rose petals. Cut each pizza into 6 or 8 slices. Serve immediately.

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35 comments:

speedy70 10/8/20 08:56

Una splendida idea, grazie!

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Victoria 10/8/20 10:07

It's yummy! Thank you very much for the recipe)))

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2pots2cook 10/8/20 10:22

Healthy and so refreshing ! great one !

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tania| My Kitchen Stories 10/8/20 12:01

Such beautiful photos. This is always a great idea but yours is the best I have seen

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Martyna 10/8/20 14:43

I love such a pizza :)

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Nancy Chan 10/8/20 14:48

Love this sweet and juicy watermelon pizza. I can easily finish the whole pizza.

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Mae Travels 10/8/20 15:06

What a cute presentation!

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Kitchen Riffs 10/8/20 16:50

SO creative! I've used berries before for a dessert pizza, but with a crust. Really like the idea of use watermelon as the base instead. Neat dish -- thanks.

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Marcelle 10/8/20 16:51

Hey Angie, this may be the best summer dessert/treat I've ever seen! Super sweet, but healthy too. It's also very pretty! This is perfect with yogurt and berries, but shaved chocolate is an awesome suggestion too.

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Pam 10/8/20 18:15

It looks beautiful and so delicious!

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RoseBonniee ~ 10/8/20 21:53

This is such an interesting idea how to serve watermelon! ❤

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Marissa 10/8/20 22:31

What a pretty, fun, and delicious dessert, Angie! The rose petals make this extra special!

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Raymund 10/8/20 23:16

Such a wonderful idea. Youre so teasing me with that summer vibe. Its so cold down here.

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savorthebest 10/8/20 23:49

Such a great summertime treat. The watermelons are at their ripest right now!

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Heidi | The Frugal Girls 11/8/20 00:56

This is such a fabulously creative idea. I would have never thought to use watermelon as a substitute for a traditional pizza crust - this is life changing!

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Eva Taylor 11/8/20 01:37

It does indeed make a wonderful and refreshing summer dessert that takes advantage of local berries and watermelon! So pretty too.
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The Exclusive Beauty Diary 11/8/20 12:21

Never before I didn't saw something similar. This is great idea and look so delicious and refreshing. Perfect for summer.

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Nammi 11/8/20 14:46

Oh my that looks so good. Its like summer on a plate.

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Jeff the Chef 11/8/20 14:49

I haven't had a watermelon all summer. I'm not sure why, because it's one of my favorite in-season things. I guess I haven't seen one in the store that looked like it needed me to lug it home. I'm sure I will, though, and when I do, I'll have to see what it tastes like paired with this simple yogurt dressing. Sounds so interesting!

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G'day Souffle 11/8/20 16:52

Wow, what a creative idea! I used to dry my own rose petals, but can buy them at places like Whole Foods!

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Rahul @samosastreet.com 12/8/20 00:18

The perfect treat for a hot summer day and your photography is amazing Angie

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Natalia 12/8/20 11:59

Such a wonderful dessert! Perfect for kids☺

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Shashi 12/8/20 16:57

Oh wow! What a gorgeous summer treat! I love fruity pizza and this is epic!

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tigerfish 12/8/20 21:38

I tried making watermelon pizza with feta cheese the other time, and love it. I should try with yogurt next time :p

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Let's Curry 12/8/20 23:17

Angie
I would like to believe this is the world's best pizza ever. Makes such a lovely summer dessert. Thanks

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jazzkhanna 13/8/20 07:14

It looks delicious I loved it Thanks for sharing I will try it at home

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 14/8/20 00:16

How beautiful, Angie, and such a brilliant idea! It must be so refreshing on a hot summer day and perfect for entertaining.

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mjskit 14/8/20 00:23

OMG! That a creative treat! I can't get enough watermelon when it's in season, and serving it crispy and fresh like this just looks like a fabulous way to enjoy it. Thanks!

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Catherine 17/8/20 17:08

This is such a nice idea. Healthy, pretty and delicious. xo

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foodtravelandwine 18/8/20 03:33

I just love it!.....great for kids!.......Abrazotes,Marcela

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Noob Cook 9/9/20 08:21

omg, this "pizza" is really cute! I must learn to make it :D

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