We kept going until the entire “cake” was covered, having to stop and look at where the white spots where and then finally topped with fruit. We only did blueberries for this cake, but it would be just as amazing with blackberries or raspberries, or even a mixture of fruit, including pineapple and strawberries. The possibilities really are endless.
We got a ton of amazing compliments from our family and friends that were at our cookout. I have made mini versions of this when cutting up watermelons around the house. Okay, more like just throwing some whipped topping on a slice of watermelon and shoveling it in my mouth, but still. It’s so yummy!
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Homemade Whipped Topping Recipe, doubled
1-2 pints blueberries
6 oz sliced almonds
other fruit, optional
Cut both ends off the watermelon and lay flat like a cake. Make a vertical slice down the rind and then cut around the entire watermelon to remove the rind. Place watermelon on wax paper and place into the freezer for 2 hours. Remove from freezer, place watermelon on cake carrier, and top with homemade whipped topping until completely covered. Sprinkle sliced almonds until covered and top with blueberries. Other fruit as topping is completely optional. Serve immediately and refrigerate what you do not consume. Serves 8-12.
*Note: You can slice the watermelon rind and place it in a pitcher of water for a nice refreshing fruit flavor, great for cookouts.
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