Summer Fruit Pizza


Summer is just around the corner! Nothing beats the summer heat like a fresh and sweet Summer Fruit Pizza! Now, don't worry, this isn't fruit on a regular pizza, it's all sweet with none of the refined sugars. Summer Fruit Pizza is a healthy pizza that's perfect from breakfast to dessert! It's great to take to a summer BBQ, a graduation party, or a fun picnic. Summer Fruit Pizza brings the taste of summer to you, no matter the occasion!


Summer Fruit Pizza

Serves 6 slices

Total Time: 35 minutes

Inspired By Layers of Happiness


  • 3 Bananas

  • 1 cup of old fashioned oats

  • 1/3 cup of flaxseed meal

  • 3 tablespoons of honey

  • 2 cups of plain Greek Yogurt

  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla extract

  • 6 Strawberries

  • 1/4 cup of Blueberries

  • 5 Raspberries

  • 1 Orange

  • 1 Kiwi

  • 1/4 cup Pre-cut Pineapple chunks



  • Measuring Cups

  • Measuring Spoons

  • Cutting Board

  • Butter Knife

  • Fork

  • Spoon

  • Medium Bowl

  • Rolling Pin (optional)

  • Baking pan

  • Parchment paper or wax paper or silicone baking mat


Recipe Steps: 

  • Wash Hands

  • **Grown Up** Pre-Heat the oven to 375 degrees F.

  • Wash Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries

  • Measure out 1 cup of dry old-fashioned oats.

  • Add the oats to a medium sized bowl.

  • Measure out 1/3 cup of flaxseed meal.

  • Add the flax meal to the bowl.

  • Mix the oats and the flaxseed meal.

  • Peel the bananas. For an easier time peeling them, pinch the opposite end from the stem and pull, just like a monkey!

  • Using a butter knife, cut the bananas across into circles.

  • Add the bananas to the bowl.

  • Measure out 3 tablespoons of honey.

  • Add the honey to the bowl.

  • With either a fork or your hands, mix the bananas, honey, and dry ingredients together until it becomes a consistent dough.

  • Take the new dough and put it on a baking pan. We used aluminum foil so the crust wouldn't stick to the pan, but we recommend wax paper or parchment paper!

  • With either a rolling pin or your hands, roll the dough into a flat circle. Make sure there aren’t any lumps so it cooks consistently!

  • **Grown Up** Place the pizza dough in the oven.

  • Set a timer for 20 minutes.

  • Measure out 2 cups of plain Greek Yogurt.

  • Add the yogurt to a small bowl.

  • Measure out 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

  • Pour the vanilla extract into the bowl.

  • Mix the yogurt and vanilla extract evenly.

  • Pull the leaves off of the strawberries.

  • With a butter knife, cut the strawberries in half.

  • Cut the top and bottom off of a kiwi.

  • With a butter knife or spoon, cut along the inside of the peel.

  • Press the kiwi out of its peel.

  • Cut the kiwi into half moon shapes with a butter knife.

  • Peel the orange and remove the the pith, which is the stringy stuff on the orange.

  • With your hands, pull apart the orange slices. It’s okay if it gets messy!

  • **Grown Up** Once the timer goes off, pull your pizza crust out of the oven and let it cool for 3 minutes.

  • Once the crust is cool, spread the yogurt ‘sauce’ onto the crust with a spoon.

  • With the strawberry halves, create an outside circle.

  • Under the strawberry circle, make a kiwi circle.

  • Add the pineapple circle.

  • Add the orange spices circle.

  • In the center of the fruit pizza add raspberries.

  • In any free spaces add blueberries.

  • Nom!


**Grown Up Tips**

  • Feel free to alternate the fruit on the pizza if your little chef doesn’t like any of the fruit!

  • Use wax paper or parchment paper under the pizza crust when you bake it so the crust comes off easier.

  • Use pre-cut pineapple or kiwi to make the recipe easier for you and your little chef.

  • If you're making the Summer Fruit Pizza for a party, please refrigerate before serving.


Lincoln Gardner is a senior at Ithaca College with a major in Television-Radio and a Writing minor. She’s worked as Production Intern for The Ithaca Voice and as a Assistant Director for the college television show ‘Sautéed’ for three seasons.