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Gluten Free Fruit Pizza With Greek Yogurt Frosting

This Gluten Free Fruit Pizza with Greek Yogurt Frosting and an almond flour crust is a perfect healthy fruit pizza recipe, great for a snack or fruit dessert.

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Greek yogurt frosting quenches my need for refreshment. It’s cool, it’s creamy and it’s like it’s own cool whip, especially as frosting in this summer fruit pizza recipe. 

This healthy fruit pizza recipe is great way to use fresh summer fruit and is absolutely delicious!

Plus, a breakfast fruit pizza makes for some great food to fuel the running, or replenish the run. 

The almond flour crust is gluten-free and topped with fresh fruit and a chocolate peanut butter frosting, making for a delicious gluten free dessert pizza. 

Gluten Free Fruit Pizza Ingredients

I’m so excited to share this light fruit pizza with you because it’s basically like a form of peanut butter pizza with chocolate greek yogurt frosting. 

Here’s what you’ll need: 

  • oats
  • almond flour
  • maple syrup
  • egg
  • fruit (or toppings of choice) – I used blueberries, strawberries and kiwi
  • baking soda
  • vanilla extract

I like to use fresh in-season spring and summer fruit.

This is among my favorite fun 4th of July desserts for kids because of the patriotic colors.

In the fall, you could use apples, pears and squash. In the winter, pomegranates and oranges.

You could even pair with these baked oranges. So many options!

The star of this gluten free fruit pizza, in my opinion, is the 3 ingredient peanut butter frosting.

Ingredients for a healthy fruit pizza crust |

This fruit pizza oatmeal crust is very low in sugar, high in fiber, and high in protein, which makes for a winner all around. 

Plus, it’s great for kids and very flexible – you can use whatever fruit you like or can find for the toppings.

I love including fruit in recipes. If you want a fruit salad recipe, you’ve got to try this mint cous cous salad

To make the greek yogurt peanut butter frosting, just combine chocolate peanut butter powder and greek yogurt. 

Or, cocoa powder, peanut butter powder, and greek yogurt for the 3 ingredient peanut butter frosting.

How To Make Dessert Fruit Pizza

This almond flour crust took a few tries but I think I got it down to the right combination of chewy and crispy.

But, we figured it out and this dessert fruit pizza is perfect.

There are two different steps – first, making the crust. And then, the best peanut butter frosting.

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1. Make The Almond Flour Pizza Crust 

I’ll just go ahead and say that it’s not easy testing a gluten free fruit pizza with almond flour. But I’ve done all the tasty hard work of testing. 

First, grab a hand mixer and mix your ingredients in a bowl for the almond flour pizza crust: oats through vanilla extract. 

Mixing dough for fruit pizza

Then, you’ll form a ball and roll it out on a 12 inch pizza pan. Try not to make the crust too thin.

If it’s too thin, it will break easily and your healthy fruit pizza dessert or breakfast fruit pizza won’t hold all your favorite toppings.

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The crust should mold rather easily. Then, pop it in the oven at 375 and bake for 10-12 minutes.

The gluten free almond flour pizza crust may harden quicker so keep an eye on it!

the best fruit pizza for kids, overhead view of almond flour crust | Bucket List Tummy

Then, once you let it cool, you’ll top it with the greek yogurt frosting, the fun part!

Almond flour crust with whipped peanut butter frosting | Bucket List Tummy

2. Make The Peanut Butter Chocolate Yogurt Frosting

You’ll just need two ingredients for this healthy peanut butter frosting, which is almost like a greek yogurt protein powder frosting:

  • chocolate peanut butter powder (I love this one). Or, instead, mix cocoa powder into your regular peanut powder.
  • greek yogurt

So easy, you can make this homemade peanut butter frosting on repeat over and over again.

For a gluten free dairy free fruit pizza, consider substituting the butter with coconut oil, and the greek yogurt with a soy or plant-based yogurt. 

Cup of chocolate peanut butter frosting for gluten free fruit pizza | Bucket List Tummy

You could use it on anything, not just for this fruit pizza glaze. I love adding it to a sweetpotato oatmeal bake, berry waffles, pancakes, cinnamon maple granola, and more. 

A Great Fruit Pizza For Kids

This gluten free fruit pizza is great for kids for so many reasons.

  • It offers antioxidants + multiple servings of fruit and fiber. More delicious kid friendly snacks here!
  • Packed with protein. Almond flour boasts 14 grams of protein in 1/4 cup!
  • Uses in-season fruit but can be great any time of year (use canned or frozen fruit, too) – great to choose from your garden, farmers market or seasonal produce section.
  • Your children can help you decorate it!
  • The greek yogurt frosting is also a filling snack. Kids don’t need to know the chocolate frosting made with greek yogurt is actually very nutrient-dense!
overhead of healthy Fruit pizza recipe topped with fresh berries and greek yogurt yogurt | Bucket List Tummy

Fresh fruit, dried fruit, nuts, and seeds all make for great toppings on this healthy fruit pizza with greek yogurt.

And, this patriotic look for this healthy fruit pizza makes for a great 4th of July option!

Share this healthy fruit pizza with friends, save it for an after school snack, a snack after dinner, or even a post workout snack.

I love having a slice after dinner before bed because it satisfies my craving for something sweet. Plus, I’m getting carbs, fat, protein, and fiber all at once. 

More Healthy Dessert Recipes for Summer

Another healthy option for your sweet tooth is these Whole Wheat Blueberry Chocolate Chip Donuts! 

These Strawberry Banana Chickpea Muffins are also gluten free and use fresh summer berries. These gluten free coconut flour chocolate chip cookies are sure to lighten up any get-together. 

This Sweetpotato Oatmeal Bake is another way to use your fresh summer blueberries or your peaches in this Banana Peach Baked Oatmeal.

And if you’re in the mood for a more savory gluten free pizza, you have to try my sweetpotato pizza dough

overhot shot of gluten free fruit pizza with serving spatula
Yield: 6

Healthy Gluten Free Fruit Pizza

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
Total Time: 17 minutes

This Gluten Free Fruit Pizza is a perfect healthy fruit pizza that works as a snack or dessert and it's topped with a creamy greek yogurt frosting.


Oatmeal Crust

  • 1 1/2 cups oats
  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 egg
  • 3 tbsp butter
  • ¼ tsp baking soda
  • ¼ tsp sea salt
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

Greek Yogurt Frosting


  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup sliced strawberries
  • 1 small kiwi, sliced


  1. Mix oats, almond flour, maple syrup, egg, butter, baking soda, sea salt and vanilla extract in a medium bowl. I recommend a hand mixer to mix well.
  2. One mixed, shape the dough into a ball with your hands. You will need to cup it tightly so it holds, and then spread on pizza pan (12 inch pan works best)
  3. Bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes, or until crust hardens.
  4. Let crust cool for 20 minutes. While crust is cooling, mix your chocolate peanut butter glaze.
  5. Top the crust with glaze and optional fruit toppings.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 352Total Fat: 22gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 14gCholesterol: 46mgSodium: 249mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 6gSugar: 11gProtein: 10g

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  1. I think I’ve made a mistake. My crust is super crumbly and won’t hold together. Maybe I was supposed to use cooked oats instead of dry?

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