Learn how to make a healthy fruit pizza with a grain-free sugar cookie crust and a delicious lemony Greek yogurt filling — the perfect healthy treat for summer!
Healthy Fruit Pizza – Bring on BBQ Season!
Is it summer yet? It feels like it at Fit Foodie HQ. We have been baking and mixing and cooking up a summer storm!
This healthy fruit pizza is a spin on classic cream cheese fruit pizza. The star of this fruit pizza is the sugar cookie crust made with almond flour and the Greek yogurt filling is up for honorable mention. We have been LOVING lemon zest while developing recipes for summer. It gives you a blast of flavor and you can’t beat the color it gives to everything you add it to.
This healthy fruit pizza makes a great healthy and fun dessert for any occasion. Bring this fruit pizza to your next BBQ or make it a project for you and the kids. Another beautiful thing about this healthy fruit pizza recipe is that is gluten-free, so anyone can have it! All for one and one for all!
How to Make Healthy Fruit Pizza
Sugar Cookie Crust
First up is the sugar cookie crust. Yes, the crust of this fruit pizza will blow your mind. A couple of helpful tips when you are mixing that dough–
- Once you have mixed the dry ingredients with your wet, you’re better off using your hands.
- Wet whatever utensils you are using to ensure that that cookie dough doesn’t stick
- A well-greased pan will save your life.
- Make sure you separate the cookie crust from the edge of your pan because it will make removal of the crust after baking SO much easier (see below).
Greek Yogurt Filling
The filling for this fruit pizza is lightened up with Greek yogurt. We wanted to stay true to a traditional fruit pizza filling by incorporating a little bit of cream cheese, but make it a little bit healthier. Insert Greek yogurt!
Feel free to change the proportions of the filling to fit your taste buds. However, don’t forget the lemon zest, because it is KEY. Also if you’re dairy-free, we heard that this vegan cream cheese and this dairy-free yogurt is delish!
We stuck with berries for our fruit pizza toppings, but you have the option to sub your favorite fruit for any of the berries we used! Be sure to slice the fruit length-wise and pretty thin (it makes eating the pizza a lot easier). When all is said and done, this fruit pizza is delicious no matter what fruit you use!
It is a heck of a lot easier to eat it if you let it set in the fridge, but if you just can’t wait to eat a slice we don’t blame you. GO FOR IT. Cheers to a beautiful and sunshiney upcoming summer.
Healthy Fruit Pizza
- 1 large egg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- ¼ cup honey
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil softened
- 2 cups blanched almond flour
- ½ cup coconut flour
- ½ teaspoon baking soda
- pinch of salt
- 3 oz. cream cheese
- 1/2 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
- 1.5 – 2 tablespoons honey or more depending on how sweet you like it!
- zest from 1/2 lemon
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1/2 cup strawberries
- 1/2 cup blackberries
- Preheat oven to 350ºF and grease a 10-inch cast iron or round pan. Set aside.
- Mix wet ingredients in a medium-size bowl. Set aside.
- In a separate bowl, mix dry ingredients.
- Slowly add dry ingredients to wet ingredients. The dough will be thick, and it’s easier to mix and knead the dough with your hands until combined (it helps to wet your hands with water to keep the dough from sticking to your hands). Form into a ball.
- Place the dough ball into your greased round pan and evenly flatten the dough to the bottom of the pan.
- Take a greased spatula and carefully separate cookie dough from the edge of the pan to make removal easier after baking (see photo for example).
- Bake for 14-17 minutes.
- While crust is baking, place all ingredients for the filling into a blender or single serve smoothie cup and blend until smooth. It should be thick and creamy.
- Let crust cool and then remove from pan. Evenly spread filling over the top of the crust.
- Decorate fruit pizza with berries and garnish with lemon zest.
- Place in the fridge and let sit for 15-20 minutes.
Could you make these into individual cookies?
Yes! If you’d rather do that, check out our healthy sugar cookie recipe – similar ingredients! https://fitfoodiefinds.com/healthy-sugar-cookie-cut-outs-made-with-almond-meal-and-honey/
I made this for Easter, shaped like an egg, it came out delicious!! Will definitely be making it again, thanks for the recipe!
So glad you guys loved this!
a great and healthy recipe…it seems delicious!
Very useful and creative
Is the first ingredient a large egg?
Yes! Not sure where it went, but it’s back!
So the first wet ingredient is a large egg, right? Going to make this next weekend to usher in spring 👍🏻
Yes! Not sure where it went, but it’s back!
Yes! Let us know how it turns out this weekend!
I have never heard of a pizza that is made of fruits. This is something that I really need to try. Especially so that we are in spring and soon there will be plenty fruits in my garden. I cannot even picture what would be the taste of it. Almond flour seems the right thing to do. Fruit plus almond can only be good. At the end of the day, we eat fruit cakes, so why not a fruit pizza. Let’s go crazy and enjoy this. Thanks a lot Lee.
Hi! I wad wondering if I could sub oat flour for the almond flour? And also, how should I alter the recipe for a 12-inch skillet? Thanks for all you do, I’m so excited to try this! P.S. This photography is on pointe!
Hi! Not sure I would sub the almond flour for anything else just because it’s the bulk of the recipe. You can find it at Trader Joes’s for super cheap! I’d lower the bake time to 12-15 minutes 🙂
Could you use all almond flour and omit the coconut flour?
Would it be possible to make this the night before serving? I’m wondering if the topping would make the crust soggy if it’s left too long?
This looks delicious! Definitely a spring recipe to try! Thanks for sharing!
What a great idea!!! That fruit pizza looks so yummy!!! Have to make it this weekend. Thanks for sharing:)
Looks awesome! I bet it would be delicious with an oatmeal cookie crust!
Candace, I bet you’re right! It would be fun to change the cookie crust to fit every season. 🙂
Yum! This looks delicious. The last fruit pizza I had was at a friend’s place. She had the sweetest strawberries on it.
FRUIT PIZZA IS LIFE.
We have a tree nut/peanut allergy in our household, what flour would you recommend using in place of the blanched almond flour?
Hey Shaun! We haven’t tried any other flour in this recipe. Any gluten free mix should work. Avoid using coconut flour as it soaks up so much moisture and will really change the recipe! Let us know how it works!