This Gluten-Free Berry Fruit Pizza makes for the perfect summertime treat and a stunning addition to a barbecue, picnic or potluck. It can even be made paleo- and vegan-friendly if you wish.
Fourth of July parties, barbecues, picnics or potlucks – you can’t go wrong with this Gluten-Free Berry Fruit Pizza.
With less than 10 ingredients, this recipe is quick to make and is a scrumptious and healthy treat for all to enjoy. A paleo-friendly shortbread crust is topped with a touch of maple syrup-sweetened Greek yogurt (or coconut cream) and an assortment of juicy fresh berries. Did I also mention that this recipe is refined sugar-free? Sure is!
This recipe is a fun one to get the kids involved with, too! You’ll just need to put your Type A personality (if that’s you) aside and let them top the pizza however they please. You could even let them choose some additional toppings such as coconut flakes, chopped nuts or mini chocolate chips.
A treat that’s high in antioxidants and fiber, too.
It’s alway a double-win when you can enjoy a treat and reap some nutritional benefits at the same time. Berries are high in antioxidants, lower in sugar compared to other fruits, and high in fiber. A serving of this Gluten-Free Berry Fruit Pizza provides 3 grams of fiber and just 7 g of sugar (from natural sources). Heck, you could even serve this for breakfast along with a couple of hard-boiled eggs for a good source of protein or for a healthy afternoon snack for the kids!
And if you love this recipe, I highly recommend you give our Grain-Free Berry Crisp a try! It’s another favorite healthy treat of ours.
Change it up with what’s in season.
Enjoy this fruit pizza all year round by simply substituting the berries with what’s in season or what you have on hand. For example, apple slices, pear slices, dried cranberries and cinnamon make for a delicious fall fruit pizza. If you’re looking for something a bit more dessert-like, I love banana slices, chocolate drizzle and peanut butter for a totally scrumptious combo. Get creative and have fun with this recipe!
This recipe can be made dairy-free, vegan-friendly and/or paleo-friendly.
Our goal as The Real Food Dietitians is to create healthy recipes for ALL to enjoy. Here are some simple substitutions you can make with this Gluten-Free Berry Fruit Pizza:
- For paleo-friendly and dairy-free: Use a non-dairy Greek yogurt or full-fat canned coconut cream in place of the Greek yogurt.
- For vegan-friendly: Use a non-dairy Greek yogurt or full-fat canned coconut cream in place of the Greek yogurt. Instead of the one egg in the crust, use a chia or flax gel.
Are you ready to sink your teeth into this Gluten-Free Berry Fruit Pizza? Gather those ingredients, turn on some tunes, and let’s get cookin’!
- Pre-heat oven to 350ºF.
- Place a piece of parchment paper on a baking sheet.
- In a bowl, combine the crust ingredients and mix. Once combined, transfer to the baking sheet. With hands, press dough to start forming into a rectangle shape. Then place another piece of parchment paper over top and with a rolling pin, roll until about 1/4-1/2 inch thick. You should end up with about a 10×8-inch rectangle.
- Bake crust for 16 minutes or until edges are golden brown. Remove from oven and let cool completely.
- Combine and mix together yogurt (or non-dairy option), maple syrup, and vanilla extract. Spread yogurt mixture over cooled crust and then top with berries.
- Add optional toppings if desired.
- Cut into 15 squares and enjoy!
- Serving Size: 1 square
- Calories: 178
- Sugar: 7 g
- Sodium: 65 mg
- Fat: 13 g
- Carbohydrates: 12 g
- Fiber: 3 g
- Protein: 5 g
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And if you’re looking for something a little lighter and a recipe that doesn’t require the oven – head on over to Nourish Move Love for her Watermelon Fruit Pizza Recipe! Love this idea! Photo by Lindsey from Nourish Move Love.
Photo Credit: The photos in this blog post were taken by Jess of Plays Well with Butter.
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