Paleo Fruit Pizza

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This Paleo Fruit Pizza is made with a sweet cauliflower crust, coconut yogurt, and fresh mixed berries. It’s the perfect dessert to share at your patriotic party or to enjoy any day of the week!

Paleo Fruit Pizza Recipe

If you’re on a paleo diet, you know how hard it can be to resist the tempting sweets sometimes. So, I’ve come up with the most healthy fruit pizza recipe that will satisfy that sweet tooth while keeping you honest on your paleo journey!

With a creamy “sauce” layer and a load of juicy fruit toppings, it’s impossible to resist this tasty treat.

This easy recipe can be used as a breakfast pizza or a healthy dessert after a meal of oven baked BBQ chicken thighs and honey roasted parsnips and carrots. If you’ve got a really busy morning, just cut a slice of this tasty paleo fruit pizza and head out the door.

Not to mention, you can choose colorful fruit that matches any holiday to make this a festive dessert pizza. Strawberries and blueberries make the most perfect fourth of July fruit pizza!

A paleo fruit pizza is a refreshing and light summertime treat, and a lovely addition to the menu for special occasions. Always a crowd pleaser and a healthy option to choose for dessert!

Why You’ll Love this Recipe

This is one of our favorite treats to make at home when berries are in season. It’s a great way to eat load of fresh fruit.
It only takes about half an hour to make this entire vegan fruit pizza. Super quick and super easy!
Paleo fruit pizza is not only friendly to dietary restrictions, but it’s kid friendly too. You can be confident that the whole family can eat this treat with no worries.


This recipe is semi-homemade, since I’m using a store-bought pizza crust. I’m ALL about using convenience items in my regular cooking. I’m down for anything that saves me time and effort! Here’s all the wholesome ingredients that you need:

paleo pizza crust: My favorite store-bought brand is CauliPower, but you can make your own homemade dough
coconut yogurt or whipped coconut cream: If following Keto, substitute homemade sugar free whipped cream.
berries : I use a mix of strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. You can feel free to substitute your favorite fruits, like sliced peaches and bananas or pitted cherries.
coconut oil: Paleo and it adds a slightly coconut flavor to this yummy recipe!
coconut sugar: I use the coconut oil and just a pinch of sugar to lightly toast and sweeten the pizza crust. The fruit is plenty sweet enough, but this is an added bonus.

Substitutions and Variations

Cauliflower crust is one of the healthiest options, but if you’d like a sweeter twist on this fresh fruit pizza you can make a paleo sugar cookie dough crust.

Want to add a touch more sweetness? Drizzle honey over the top of the beautiful fruit topping.

This recipe calls for mixed berries, but you can any kind of fresh fruit you want! Tropical fruits like pineapple, mandarin oranges, and mango would all be super yummy. Other simple ingredients like kiwi fruit, grapes, and apples would all be delicious as well.

Though it isn’t paleo friendly, a cream cheese frosting layer would be so tasty in place of the yogurt layer! However, you may be able to use a vegan cream cheese to keep it paleo.

How to Make Paleo Fruit Pizza

Grab a paleo pizza crust at the grocery store, or make your own dough. Preheat the oven to 425° Fahrenheit, and grease a pizza pan or line a pizza stone with parchment paper

Brush the crust lightly with melted coconut oil, and then sprinkle a tablespoon of coconut sugar over the oil.

Bake the crust for 13 minutes until the edges are golden brown, then remove it from the oven.

Once fully cool, spread a cup of coconut yogurt over the top of the pizza crust. Then arrange 2 cups of mixed berries on the yogurt topping and garnish with fresh mint.

Use a sharp knife or a pizza cutter and slice this tasty creation in 6-8 slices, then serve and enjoy!

How to Store Leftover Healthy Fruit Pizza

This healthier fruit pizza is best served right away, but leftovers can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 days. The longer it sits, the more soft the crust will become and the fruit won’t be as fresh. But it will still be edible for a few days after it is made! I do not recommend freezing leftover fruit pizza.

What to Serve with Paleo Fruit Pizza

Serve paleo fruit pizza after a dinner of garlic butter steak bites with potatoes and broccoli or maple mustard pork loin with roasted vegetables.

Keep things light and summery by serving a grilled chicken salad with hummus for lunch or dinner. Then a hearty serving of fruit pizza as a fun dessert.

Sheet pan chicken and veggies would be a super easy weeknight meal. And when you finish that meal with simple desserts like fruit pizza, the whole evening is healthy and delicious!

Tips for Success

Serve a fresh slice of paleo fruit pizza with a cold glass of almond milk or coconut milk for an extra refreshing snack!
Slice thick fruit into thin chunks to make it easier to eat. Large chunks of fruit may roll off of the crust after the pizza is cut into slices.
Don’t skip brushing coconut oil onto the crust with a pastry brush! It helps keep the crust moist, while also giving helping to keep it from getting soggy when the yogurt is spread onto it.


Is Caulipower pizza crust keto?

While this frozen crust you can buy in grocery stores is paleo, it is not keto friendly. It is high in carbs which makes it unsuitable for the keto diet. If you would like to make this recipe keto, you can make your own homemade crust. And be sure to buy unsweetened coconut yogurt and omit the coconut sugar. A small drizzle of honey would be ok for keto!

What fruit is not paleo?

Most fruits are paleo, except for banana and melon. However, some would argue that all fruit is paleo! So, use your best judgement and stick to whatever fruit you want. Berries are completely safe though!

More Paleo Dessert Recipes

Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookies
Banana Chia Pudding
Snickers Stuffed Dates
Paleo Vegan Cheesecake


Paleo Fruit Pizza

This tasty paleo fruit pizza is a great healthy snack, dessert, and even breakfast!
Course Breakfast, Dinner, Snack
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes minutes
Cook Time 13 minutes minutes
Total Time 23 minutes minutes
Servings 4
Calories 96kcal


1 CauliPower paleo pizza crust1 tablespoon coconut oil melted1 tablespoon coconut sugar1 cup coconut yogurt2 cups mixed berries


Preheat the oven to 425° Fahrenheit, and grease a pizza pan or line a pizza stone with parchment paper.
Place a Caulipower paleo pizza crust onto the pan and brush it with melted coconut oil.
Next, sprinkle a tablespoon of coconut sugar crust.
Bake the coconut oil coated crust for 13 minutes until the edges are golden brown, then remove it from the oven.
Allow it to cool and then spread a cup of coconut yogurt over the top of the pizza crust.
Arrange 2 cups of mixed berries across the pizza. You can place them randomly, or arrange them in perfect circles.
Slice and enjoy!


Sodium: 7mg | Calcium: 31mg | Vitamin C: 2mg | Vitamin A: 36IU | Sugar: 10g | Fiber: 2g | Potassium: 42mg | Calories: 96kcal | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.3g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.3g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Fat: 5g | Protein: 0.3g | Carbohydrates: 14g | Iron: 0.1mg

Please note that the nutritional information may vary depending
on the specific brands of products used. We encourage everyone to check specific
product labels in calculating the exact nutritional information.

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