Thursday, August 7, 2014

I sliced the small, ripe watermelon into thin slices.

I pulled my small, metal flower cookie cutter out of the cupboard, and proceeded to cut
watermelon flowers.  Next, I sliced the peaches, sliced the peaches, and cut peach flowers.
I laid a paper towel on top of the fruit flowers to dry them a bit.

I mixed the Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie mix and patted it into my cookie sheet.  I baked it in a
preheated 350 degree oven for 15 minutes, or until it was lightly browned.  I removed it
from the oven and let it cool.

I mixed Cool Whip, with the strawberry cream cheese (allowed to sit out of refrigerator
for a while, making it easier to mix.)

I covered the cooled cookie crust, with the strawberry cream combination.
I lined the watermelon and peach flowers in rows, on the fruit pizza, along with
peach slices, blueberries, and canned dark red sweet cherries.  For the
glaze, I mixed some of my strawberry jelly with a teaspoon of water, and beat
it until glaze consistency, then drizzled it over the pizza.
To add a bit of pizazz, I stuck a few mint tea leaves in it.
I stored in refrigerator, until ready to serve. 
A quick and delicious way to take dessert to a summer pot luck meal.


April said...

Wow...that is one BEAUTIFUL summertime dessert!

Home Is Where The Heart Is said...

This looks absolutely AMAZING!

Debbie said...

Oh yum. that looks wonderful! Bet it was delicious! Have a good week-end$!

Judy said...

So pretty and so perfect for the season! And very yummy too, I'm sure.

corners of my life said...

You always give such a wonderful twist to your recipes. Your friends are very lucky.

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Oh, such a pretty dessert and I can imagine how good it tastes!

Kathleen said...

What a clever idea! Come to think of it, that's got to be your middle name: "Clever". I love your simple, classy, yummy & creative doings.

Happy@Home said...

What a beautiful summertime dessert. I know it tastes just as good as it looks.


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