Updated: Aug 17
Get ready for a unique, nutritious recipe that's so easy to make – Watermelon Pizza! Make this recipe with me on Pinterest TV!
Yes, you read that right. This sweet pizza swaps out the traditional dough and marinara for succulent watermelon and a delightful array of toppings. Perfect for those hot summer days when you need something light, refreshing, and satisfying.
This Watermelon Pizza is not just visually stunning, but also packs a punch of vital nutrients. It's rich in vitamins A and C, thanks to the watermelon and mixed berries, and the coconut yogurt contributes to your daily intake of healthy probiotics. Plus, the granola adds a dose of fiber to keep you feeling satisfied longer.
Easy to prepare, fun to eat, and incredibly Instagrammable – this Watermelon Pizza is sure to be a hit at your next summer gathering. It's not every day that you come across a pizza that’s hydrating, nourishing, and decadently sweet!
Watermelon Pizza Recipe
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
1 medium-sized watermelon
1 cup coconut yogurt
1/4 cup agave nectar
1 cup mixed berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries)
1/2 cup granola
Mint leaves for garnish
Slice the watermelon into round, pizza-shaped pieces about 1 inch thick.
Spread the coconut yogurt evenly over the watermelon slices, leaving a little space at the edges for the "crust".
Drizzle the agave over the yogurt.
Sprinkle the mixed berries over the yogurt.
Add a scattering of granola for some crunch.
Garnish with mint leaves, slice into pizza wedges, and serve!
Nutritional Facts (Per serving):
Calories: 142 kcal
Below are some refreshing watermelon smoothie ideas to make the most of your leftover watermelon, or you can try my Virgin Watermelon Margaritas!
Classic Watermelon Cooler:
A squeeze of fresh lime juice
A handful of fresh mint leaves
Tropical Watermelon Delight:
Coconut milk or coconut water
A splash of orange juice
Watermelon Berry Blast:
Mixed berries (like strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries)
Dairy-free yogurt or plant milk
A touch of agave nectar
Watermelon Green Smoothie:
Handful of spinach or kale
A squeeze of lemon juice
Chia seeds or flaxseeds
Spicy Watermelon Zing:
A pinch of cayenne pepper
Fresh ginger slices
Dairy-free vanilla yogurt or dairy-free vanilla ice cream
A splash of plant milk
A sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg
Hydrating Watermelon Cucumber:
Aloe vera juice
Fresh basil leaves
When making your smoothies, you can adjust the ingredient quantities based on your personal taste and the consistency you desire. Enjoy your refreshing watermelon concoctions!
Hey there, Veginner!
Whether you're new to the kitchen or have been whipping up dishes for years, this Watermelon Pizza is a surefire way to impress your guests. Simple to make yet looks like it came straight from a gourmet magazine, it's the perfect dish to elevate any summer get-together. Sometimes, the easiest recipes leave the most lasting impressions:)
Got a snap of your Watermelon Pizza masterpiece? I'd love to see it! Share your photos below or tag me on social @VeginnerCooking. Here's to making delicious memories this summer!
xo ~ Cheryl