Yogurt-Frosted Watermelon “Cake”

 1 seedless watermelon (we used a baby one but larger works as well)
 Lowfat or full-fat Greek yogurt (for non-dairy, we've tried coconut milk yogurt and it came out great)If you prefer your yogurt sweetened, add pure maple syrup and vanilla extract to your liking
 Strawberries, cut into slices
 Blueberries

1

Cut your watermelon into the shape of a cake by slicing the top and bottom off. Standing upright, cut away the rind to make a cylinder shape. Place the watermelon on your serving plate.

2

Lightly blot the watermelon with a paper towel to remove extra moisture before adding the yogurt "frosting".

3

Cover your watermelon with your yogurt "frosting" by using a rubber spatula.

4

Decorate with sprinkles, blueberries, and strawberries. Enjoy!

Ingredients

 1 seedless watermelon (we used a baby one but larger works as well)
 Lowfat or full-fat Greek yogurt (for non-dairy, we've tried coconut milk yogurt and it came out great)If you prefer your yogurt sweetened, add pure maple syrup and vanilla extract to your liking
 Strawberries, cut into slices
 Blueberries

Directions

1

Cut your watermelon into the shape of a cake by slicing the top and bottom off. Standing upright, cut away the rind to make a cylinder shape. Place the watermelon on your serving plate.

2

Lightly blot the watermelon with a paper towel to remove extra moisture before adding the yogurt "frosting".

3

Cover your watermelon with your yogurt "frosting" by using a rubber spatula.

4

Decorate with sprinkles, blueberries, and strawberries. Enjoy!

Yogurt-Frosted Watermelon “Cake”

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