Fruit Pizza


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Fruit Pizza
Total Time
30 mins

  • 1 package Bob's Red Mill Paleo Flour
  • 1 jar Fall Dip follow link
  • 1 whole apples, peaches, strawberries, pears, cherries, blueberries, mandarin oranges fresh and sliced to desired size
  1. Make Bob’s Red Mill Paleo Flour pancake recipe on side of the package, follow directions. Make several smaller single serve pizzas or 1-2 large giant pancakes for the crust.

  2. Make my cinnamon Fall dip and spread over cooled pizza crust
  3.  Slice thin: apples, peaches, strawberries, pears and sprinkle with berries, or halved cherries

3 thoughts on “Fruit Pizza

  1. I think this would be great any time of year (especially in the fall). Having recently cycled back from Keto to a more Paleo-aligned way of eating has allowed me to enjoy fruit once again! We need to remember that not all carbohydrates are terrible for our health, only the highly processed and refined ones. Natural foods (which do contain carbohydrates) like vegetables and fruits, have a very important place in our diet and are regulators of hormones and many other biological processes. Thanks for sharing these recipes to encourage people to eat more healthfully!

    1. Thanks Jason! Our bodies are adapted to eat the carbohydrates found in vegetables and fruits. There are essential nutrients in those carbohydrates vs the ones found in processed foods

  2. Great point! Refined and processed foods (like those found in most modern grocery stores) are not part of our natural diet. That’s what causes metabolic damage. The “calorie lie” is basically a smokescreen to hide the truth!

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