Have you ever had fruit Pizza?

@34momma (13896)
United States
January 9, 2013 1:44pm CST
OMG!! My daughter who loves to bake and is learning how to cook wanted to make her own pizzas. I took her to the market to get everything we needed. As we were walking around, I saw fresh berries! I thought, how about making fruit pizza too! she just loved that idea. We got raseberries and blueberrie, as well as some marshmellow fluff. We put the fluff on whole wheat pizza do and tossed on some berries. Put that in the stove for 10 minutes... It was AMAZING!! Have you ever made a fruit pizza? What did you use? If not, what combo do you think would work for you?
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@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
9 Jan 13
I haven't, apart from the good old average hawaii pizza. At first, I was relutant to try the hawaii with the pineapples, but I liked it, so I wouldn't be scared to try the berry pizza, even though it seems a bit bizarre for me... but that's because it's completely new and unique, I guess :D.
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@doroffee (4230)
• Hungary
9 Jan 13
And for combos, I would actually try watermelon and kiwi, kiwi and banana and orange and banana, maybe...
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
you are the second person who mentioned kiwi. I am not a big fan, but it might be good on a fruit pizza
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• Romania
10 Jan 13
Watermelon on pizza sounds really strange to me. Maybe because of the watery composition of watermelon.
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@Anne18 (11036)
9 Jan 13
I have never made a fruit pizza, the only fruit I have had on pizza is pineapple, but a fruit pizza does sound very yummy and I think my children would enjoy making and more importantly eating a fruit pizza. I think I would use bananas and strawberries and maybe kwi fruit on my pizza. Grat idea my dear friend
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
9 Jan 13
oh strawberries and bananas so sooooooo good!I think we might do that this weekend. My daughter loves bananas! Please enjoy creating something new
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• Romania
10 Jan 13
I never tried this. Sounds interesting though!
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
you should try it Theoana
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@lumenmom (1996)
• United States
10 Jan 13
Yesterday was my daughter's birthday and at her school they celebrate each child's birthday in the classroom. The parent's are asked to bring in a homemade (and hopefully healthy) snack to share. This is her 5th year and I was struggling to come up with something new and different. Well I combed the internet and I was excited to find a recipe for........fruit pizza! I thought it sounded great and could not wait to make it. It sounded so simple and we have plenty of berries at home. Well my daughter would have nothing to do with it! She did not like th idea of the marshmallow on it. I was soooo disappointed. I am glad you got to try it and now I know it must be delicious. Maybe I can sneak and make it and convince her to try it.
@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
oh darn really... i am sorry to hear that because it is really good! you should have her help make it. so this way it will be her own creation and she will be more then likely to try it
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@lumenmom (1996)
• United States
10 Jan 13
That is a good idea. She loves to bake things and I can't imagine her making it and not trying it. The recipe I saw called for cream cheese to be mixed with the marshmallow. Did you use that or did you use the marshmallow by itself?
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
i just purchased the marshmallow fluff in a jar. and spread that on the pizza
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
10 Jan 13
I have never had a true fruit pizza. I have had a ham pizza with pineapple but that has been the extent of the fruit on my pizza. a fruit pizza does have an appealinf sound o it though. I may just have to try it sometime.
@34momma (13896)
• United States
11 Jan 13
Sender... You need to treat yourself to this. it's so good!
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@ajithlal (14568)
• India
11 Feb 13
I also like think most probably the fruit pizza might be tasting very good.
@Asylum (48278)
• Manchester, England
12 Jan 13
Fruit as a topping for a pizza may be unorthodox, but I would have been perfectly happy to try it. The concept of pizza toppings being savoury is simply a result of convention, we have always known then to be so and thus assume that it is the right type of topping to use. Far too many people have set ideas about what is right as a food combination and what is wrong, which is normally decided by what we are accustomed to. You cannot formulate a realistic opinion of any food without first tasting it. I have always been fond of trying something new, and since the base of a pizza is simply dough then it sounds like a very good idea to add fruit. It actually surprises me that I have not encountered this type of pizza before.
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
13 Jan 13
It's so good. And like regular pizza you can do so many different fruit combinations.
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@enigma13 (372)
• Philippines
10 Jan 13
Aside from the pineapple bits on Hawaiian Style pizzas, I have never tried or tasted pizza with fruit as toppings. I do think it's a bit strange mainly because I haven't tried one. Would you say that it was like a tortilla fruit wrap or a fruit pie? That wouldn't be so bad, I guess. I think you and your daughter are very adventurous when it comes to cooking and I meant that as a compliment. ;)
@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
I just love trying out new things with her. She is not a picky eater, which makes it that much more fun. She likes all fruits and just about all veggies! Thank you
@enigma13 (372)
• Philippines
16 Jan 13
She's my son's opposite. I need to mash veggies or chop them finely just so he can eat his fill. You're welcome. :)
@ajithlal (14568)
• India
11 Feb 13
I think most probably it must be tasting very good. I have not eaten fruit pizza and I would love it if it is veggie. I think most probably it will get famous if it taste good.
@34momma (13896)
• United States
11 Feb 13
It was fantastic. We didn't invent it, but we sure did make it very yummy in our own way
@waleeds (126)
10 Jan 13
Well 34momma, i have never tasted fruit pizza and i am not sure how would that kind of pizza taste. however, if you have cooked it at your home then perhaps i should also give it a try. although the experiment may not sound good but at least one should cook something new or out of the blue just for the sake of change; that's what the nature is. let me also thank you for sharing such a nice and lovely post.
@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
Waleeds, you are so welcome. My daughter and I always have fun doing things together. I knew this was a cool and different idea that I just had to share! I hope you try and enjoy it
• United States
10 Jan 13
Sounds great. I will be making this just as you described it.
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
trust me, you are going to love it!
@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
10 Jan 13
The nearest I get to a fruit Pizza is a Hawaiian Pizza which consists of ham and pineapple, that is the only fruit combo that I would like on my pizza, too much fruit almost makes it like a flan dish. Pineapple is more versatile and can go with most things as a topping.
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
Flan? I don't think so. I think pineapple would work great on the fruit pizza. just like the berries. But I don't think pizza and flan are anything alike, even with the fruit
@theoana (97)
• Romania
10 Jan 13
I love pizza with pineapple. Now this might seem a little strange, but I really like that sweet taste on the pizza. However, many of my friends find this combination a little odd, and a few like pizza with fruit. Personally, I love it.
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
i think pineapple on pizza is wonderful. i don't at all think it's strange. but everything isn't for everyone and that's okay too
@edvc77 (2143)
• Philippines
10 Jan 13
That is quite new to me. However, if you have toppings like the berries I think it would be quite delicious with cheese of course. Yummy! :-)
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
10 Jan 13
i never thought to put cheese on it. we just used fruit and marshmellows
@salonga (27964)
• Philippines
30 Jan 13
Ohhh, I would love to have a taste of that fruit pizza. You daughter came out with that great idea which I really love to try myself but sorry for me because have no raspberries or blueberries in our country. Nevertheless, we have here lots of mangoes and we do have mango pizza being sold around by pizza vendors and it really taste so good also. Maybe I will try to make my own mango pizza the next time around.
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@Archie0 (4669)
28 Jan 13
I think fruit pizza would almost taste like a tart? I ave never taste it. but i do love tarts with berries filling. I mostly make savory tarts and pizzas because i am not addicted to sweet. I love the concept of fruit pizza though.
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@silverfox09 (4727)
• United States
28 Jan 13
No I have never made fruit Pizza, sound like you enjoy it a lot . It would have never even cross my mind . I have never even made any home pizza but that sound like one to try one day .
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@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
25 Jan 13
No, I haven't but it does sound delicious. I know a friend who takes croisent dough, spread with cream cheese, then add veggies ontop, and it's delicious.
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@jstory07 (68175)
• Roseburg, Oregon
23 Aug 15
I love frsh fruit so I should try to make a fruit pizza. I have never had one before.
• Malaysia
13 Feb 13
just put it on the pizza and that called innovation. smart.usually i see the pizza is sold in chicken, beef only but if there have fruit, it would be great to taste it and called innvation.