Looking for a lighter dessert to share with your family this summer? This grilled berry dessert pizza is high on flavor and low on junk. Bonus – it won’t heat up your house with the oven!
In the summer we rely on the grill – a lot.
Nothing is worse than heating up your kitchen trying to make dinner and then regretting it long into the night when it maintains the heat.
We grill everything from breakfast through dinner. It’s how we came up with this simple dessert that will help you enjoy sweets in summer. No need to rely
This grilled dessert pizza is everything you need in the summer – pizza, packed with fresh fruit, and won’t heat up your house. Add the fact that it’s relatively light and uses no refined sugar? Yes, please.
The best part about this dessert on the grill is that it’s super customizable – just change out the toppings and you’re good to go! Here are some suggestions –
Toppings for grilled dessert pizza
- Fresh, in season fruit
- Melted chocolate
- Drizzled nut butter
- Ice cream
- Melted nutella
- Fresh herbs like mint
- Citrus zest
- Chopped candy bars
While all of these suggestions might not be the most health conscious, this summer berry grilled dessert pizza is pretty harmless. All of our favorite berries cut up and placed beautifully on a grilled pizza crust over a
Summer Berry Grilled Dessert Pizza
Grilled Summer Berry Dessert Pizza
Looking for a dessert to share with your family this summer? This grilled berry dessert pizza is high on flavor and low on junk, plus it uses your grill rather than your oven!
- Premade pizza dough
- Fresh berries
- 1 TBS honey more to taste
- 4 oz cream cheese softened
- 7 oz container of plain Greek yogurt
- 1/4 tsp vanilla
- Dark chocolate bar
Roll out your pizza dough. Oil one side and then place on a preheated grill on high.
Leave open and grill one side 2-3 minutes, constantly checking so it doesn’t burn. Brush with oil before flipping and grilling another 1 or 2 minutes. Remove from grill and set aside to cool.
Cream together cream cheese, yogurt, honey and vanilla until smooth.
Spread dough with cream cheese frosting, top with berries and shaved dark chocolate.
-Use as much honey as needed. You can also substitute with maple syrup or remove the sweetener and vanilla and use vanilla Greek yogurt.
-I used half of a one pound package of dough.
-To make curled chocolate, use a vegetable peeler on the side of a bar of chocolate.
So tell me – using the grill for all of the things, yay or nay? Blogging friends – do you use recipe testers for recipes you can’t have? Is anyone against my posting food I personally can’t eat..? Let me know in the comments!