This healthy Brownie Fruit Pizza taste like real brownies : a delicious fudgy chocolate brownie pizza crust loaded with creamy coconut yogurt, peanut butter and fruits. It is an allergy friendly dessert, 100% paleo, egg free, dairy free and grain free.
Brownie Fruit pizza : paleo, vegan and gluten free
I have got some serious chocolate lovers in this house and with summer coming up I don’t feel like baking too much. When Emma request chocolate for dessert I simply love to make her a bowl of fruit and drizzle some 85 % dark chocolate on top. But this morning she asked for a brownie this week. With summer around the corner, I am not very much into brownies. Well, I love the taste of it but I don’t want to indulge too much on a thick fudgy brownie just before going to the beach. I could do one of my sugar free brownie recipe though. I very much love my low carb fudgy avocado brownie.
But today I want something fresh. That is how I came up with this brownie fruit pizza idea. I saw many recipes of brownie fruit pizza lately but most of them contains eggs or dairy or white flour. You know I am only using wholesome flours and with my husband 100% vegan I can’t use eggs. So that is my healthy brownie fruit pizza recipe. It is made of a combo of almond meal and coconut flour and to replace the egg I soaked my chia seeds into almond milk. It is not sugar free. I used coconut sugar though which is very low in carbs and sugar. So it works for me.
The result is pretty amazing. The texture was very soft when out of the oven – probably because there is no eggs. I fully cool down the pizza brownie crust on the baking tray before transferring on a plate. After 20 minutes, the texture was moist but hold well together, and the taste was so delicious !
Really, I couldn’t stop myself eating this pizza while shooting it. That what I hate about food blogging. I overeat all the time. Luckily, I tackle a little 5 km this morning before breakfast. It should give me some good excuses to have a little bit more of this paleo brownie pizza tonight ! I decorate the pizza with a first layer of peanut butter, then coconut yogurt and a bunch of fruits I had on hands. You can basically use any fruits and toppings as soon as it looks pretty !
So, yes this healthy brownie fruit pizza is vegan, grain free, gluten free and paleo. That is the perfect allergy friendly dessert for busy people – yes, it took barely 20 minutes to prepare and bake.
Enjoy this easy brownie fruit pizza and let me know if you try i t!
Healthy Paleo Brownie Fruit Pizza with almond meal, coconut flour and chia seed. Egg free, dairy free and gluten free. A fudgy chocolate dessert with delicious fresh toppings: coconut yogurt, peanut butter and fruits.
- 1/4 cup frozen blueberries
- 1/4 cup frozen raspberries
- 2 tablespoons peanut butter
- 1/4 cup unsweetened dairy free coconut yogurt
- 1/2 banana slices
- 2 square melted dark chocolate 85%
- 1 teaspoon peanut butter
In a bowl add the almond milk and chia seeds. Stir to combine and set aside for 5 minutes until the seeds absorb some liquid. Stir every 1 minutes to avoid the seeds to form lumps or stick together.
In another mixing bowl whisk all the dry ingredients: almond meal, coconut flour, coconut sugar, baking powder, unsweetened cocoa powder.
Pour the almond milk and seeds mixture and the melted coconut oil onto the dry ingredients. Combine with a spatula until a consistent brownie batter forms. It will form a moist batter, that is what you want.
Place a piece of parchment paper onto a cookie sheet. Slightly spray oil or rub coconut oil on the paper with your hands. Then transfer the brownie batter in the centre of the paper.
Flatten the batter into a circle, I used my hands previously greased with coconut oil to avoid the batter to stick to my fingers Create a thin pizza round shape - about 0.5 cm. I found easier to pat the batter slightly with my hands to create the pizza shape rather than using a spatula.
Bake 12-15 minutes or until cooked through.
Cool down for 20 minutes on the cookie sheet then transfer the brownie pizza crust to a serving plate - keep the parchment paper to avoid the pizza to break! Make sure it is fully cold before adding any toppings or the yogurt will soften the crust too much. I wait an extra 30 minutes.
Spread a first layer of peanut butter (optional but I love it !) then top up with coconut yogurt or soy yogurt.
Decorate with fruits and drizzle melted chocolate and peanut butter on top to decorate.
Pizza brownie crust storage: you can make the crust a day before and store on a plate in the pantry. Make sure you wrap the plate with plastic wrap to avoid the crust to dry out.
This recipe serve 8 brownie fruit pizza slices. Nutrition panel is for one slice including all the toppings.