The “Whhaaaaaat?” Cake Made Out of a Watermelon

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  • 1 large watermelon (seedless, if possible)
  • 1 tub Cool Whip, thawed in refrigerator
  • toppings of your choice
  1. Cut the round ends off of the watermelon. Flip the watermelon onto its flat side.
  2. Using a large knife in a circular motion, cut the rind off of the watermelon. The goal is to create a short, cylinder shape with the edible part of the watermelon. Do not worry if your circle is not perfect – it is easy to cover imperfections with the Cool Whip topping! That’s why this dessert is a gem.
  3. Take out visible seeds with a knife or spoon.
  4. With a knife or spatula, frost the watermelon generously with Cool Whip.
  5. Add toppings according to preference. We love: sprinkles, chocolate sauce, Swedish fish, gummy worms, and berries!

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