Looking for an easy no-bake dessert the whole family will love? You’ll love this healthy fruit pizza with cream cheese. It’s one of the tastiest healthy summer desserts out there!
Pizza for dessert?! Yes! This pizza recipe is light and sweet, thanks to the whipped cream cheese and fruit toppings.
Make this dessert pizza with cream cheese tonight for the whole family to enjoy. It’s a great recipe for getting the kids in the kitchen to help you cook!
Why I Love Healthy Fruit Pizza
I have a gigantic sweet tooth. But as a registered dietitian, I aim to make dessert on the healthy side. So I started playing around in the kitchen to whip up a dessert pizza that also delivers a dose of nutrition.
I find this dessert pizza to be so satisfying after a light meal. It’s also wonderfully easy for when you’re wanting something special to make for family dinner tonight.
Now, grab the whole family, and get ready to make this cream cheese fruit pizza! It tastes delicious at room temperature. If you want it even sweeter, add a sprinkling of powdered sugar.
How to Make Fruit Flatbread
How to make fruit pizza? To make the dessert flatbread, I first toasted the pizza crust in the oven to give it a nice golden brown crisp. You can use a crust like this one, or if you’re gluten free you can opt for a crust such as this one.
Then, I let the crust cool completely. I didn’t use parchment paper or a pizza pan but if you want to, go for it! Next, I whipped up a pizza base with light whipped cream cheese–you don’t need to make this overly sweet by using a sugar cookie crust or cream cheese frosting–flavored with orange zest and just a little bit of honey. If you’re out of cream cheese, you could try substituting Greek yogurt for a lighter texture.
If you want the cream cheese topping a little sweeter, you could also mix in a drop or two of vanilla extract. And then to finish off the healthy fruit pizza crust recipe, I piled on the toppings: lots of fresh fruit.
And there you have it: a nutritious dessert. Each piece of this fruit pizza is only 100 calories. And you don’t even need an overly sweet base like sugar cookie dough! In addition to being yummy, the easy fruit pizza also provides protein, which helps keep hunger at bay.
I find this recipe to be perfect for any occasion–for a weeknight dessert to a holiday treat. It would also make a terrific 4th of July dessert.
Want More Healthy Flatbread Recipes?
This fruit pizza recipe took less than 15 minutes to make. So it’s easy enough to whip up for dessert—yet fancy enough to serve at a party.
The healthy dessert flatbread recipe would also make a great afternoon snack for the kiddos. It takes just minutes to make and is colorful like a rainbow!
If you love this fruit pizza recipe, you’ll also want to give these flatbread recipe ideas a taste:
- Breakfast Panini
- Italian flatbread breakfast panini
- Wild mushroom pizza
- Sweet potato flatbread
- Flatbread chips with homemade Mexican salsa
This blog post was updated in November 2020. This content was originally part of a partnership with Flatout.
Healthy Fruit Pizza with Cream Cheese
- 1 Flatout Rustic White Artisan Thin Pizza Crust
- ¾ cup light whipped cream cheese
- 1 tsp orange zest, divided
- ½ tsp honey
- ½ cup blueberries
- 6 strawberries, de-stemmed and quartered
- 1 kiwi, peeled and sliced
- Preheat the oven to 375 ° F.
- Heat Flatout pizza crust on a nonstick baking sheet for 5 minutes, then cool. Meanwhile, combine cream cheese, 1/2 teaspoon orange zest, and honey in a small bowl. Use a knife to spread cream cheese mixture onto pizza crust.
- Then top with blueberries, and strawberry and kiwi slices.
- Garnish with remaining orange zest, and slice.
What are your favorite flatbread dessert recipes? What’s your favorite way to cook with thin pizza crust? Let me know what you think of this cream cheese dessert pizza?
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