Rainbow Fruit Pizza

  • Total Time

    2h 15m
    • Prep Time

      2h 0m
    • Bake Time

      15m
  • Serves

    4

  • Skill Level

    Easy
  • Dietary Needs

    EF/Veg
    • Egg free
    • Vegetarian
  • 1 Review

    5 star rating

We've used the Allinson dough tree to make a simple pizza base. After baking it we've topped it with yummy fruit. This is a perfect way of getting more fruit into the children's diets. Why not let the children make their own? It's all about letting them be creative in the kitchen. 

Method

  1. Mix the flour, yeast, sugar and salt in a big bowl. Mix the water and oil together, then stir in with a cutlery knife.

  2. Tip onto a lightly flour dusted surface and knead for 10 minutes (Or use the dough hook attachment on your mixer). 

  3. Lightly grease the mixing bowl with some oil. Put the dough back in, cover the bowl with a clean tea towel and leave to rise until doubled in size. Preheat your oven to 240°C (fan 220°C, gas mark 9).

  4. Divide the dough into 4 pieces – keep others under the tea towel to stop them drying out. Roll a piece of dough to as thin as you can get it on a lightly floured surface. Lift carefully onto a floured baking sheet or pizza stone and finish with your favourite toppings.

  5. Bake for 10-15 minutes, until crisp and golden on top.  

  6. Once the pizza base has baked. Allow it to cool. Whilst it's cooling, begin to slice your chosen fruit. 

     

  7. Once the pizza is completely cooled, add creme fraiche or yoghurt to the top. Place your sliced fruit on top. Slice and serve!

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Reviews

  1. 5 star rating

    I know this may be a silly question but its not clear in the method if you bake it before or after you put the fruit topping on?
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    Hi Rebecca,
    No question is too silly, don't worry! Add the toppings after you've baked your bread base.
    Happy Baking!

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