Fruit Pizza

Fruit Pizza - Quirky Cooking 

Our oldest daughter turned 13 the other day (I can’t believe I have a teenager!!), and she requested Fruit Pizza for breakfast.  We love to make this for breakfast on special occasions – although it’s so quick and easy you don’t really need to wait for a special occasion!  And you don’t have to have it at breakfast time, either…  We’ve had this instead of a birthday cake a couple of times, because the kids really love it.  The base is more like a pancake than a pizza crust, and needs to be cooked in a very hot oven so it puffs up.  Top your pizza with whatever fruit you like, and drizzle with either pure maple syrup for breakfast, or melted chocolate for a delicious dessert!  Makes two pizzas.

Note: You can find Vanilla powder for this recipe in my online store here!

 
Fruit Pizza
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Ingredients
  1. 2 Tblspns butter/ghee (1 for each pie plate)
  2. 6 eggs
  3. 250g rice-almond milk (or other milk)
  4. 100g plain spelt flour or gf flour (or use coconut flour or tapioca flour for a grain free option)
  5. 2 Tblspns Rapadura or 1 Tblspn honey
  6. 1 tsp vanilla extract
  7. 1 punnet strawberries, washed and sliced
  8. sliced bananas
  9. whatever other fruit you like (kiwi fruit, passionfruit, rockmelon, etc) - optional
  10. shredded coconut - optional
  11. pure maple syrup (or melted chocolate)
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 230 degrees C (450 F) and melt butter or ghee in two 9-inch pie plates, then remove from oven.
  2. Beat together eggs, rice-almond milk, spelt flour, Rapadura, vanilla extract in Thermomix on speed 5 for 20 seconds (or by hand).
  3. Pour into greased pie plates and bake for 8 minutes. Reduce heat to 190 degrees C (475 F) and bake about 8 minutes longer - until golden brown with puffy sides.
  4. Immediately top with sliced fruit, sprinkle with coconut (opt.) and drizzle with syrup (or chocolate), then slice and serve.
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(Optional: If you like, you can top with a dollop of cashew cream – if you can handle dairy, you can use whipped cream or yoghurt.)

5 thoughts on “Fruit Pizza

  1. Annette says:

    We loaded this up with Strawberries, Fresh figs and Blueberries with a drizzle of Maple Syrup. Everyone loved it. Thank you so much for sharing.

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