Summer Berry - Gourmet Pizza

Summer Berry - Gourmet Pizza

This pizza brings a potpourri of summer colors on your table!

One could almost call it a cake, but it is also perfect for lunch or whenever you have the feeling to eat something fresh and fruity.

We collected so many strawberries this year that we had to figure out how to use them all.

The freezer did not offer any more capacity, therefore, we had to create a new recipe.

If you like pizza, but still want to eat something light, then try our new version.

I guess the next time we will try out a different shape and form little round pizzas.
That looks funny and I think the children will have fun with it.
Especially when the berries show a face.....

I guess my fantasy is running wild again :).

We wish you a lot of fun with this easy pizza creation!


Summer berry - Gourmet Pizza

Summer berry - Gourmet Pizza
  • Author: go-healthy
  • Posted on: June 29, 2015
  • Category: Main dish
  • Type: Vegan
  • Preparation time: 0:45:00
  • Servings: 1 baking tray


Time refers to the normal preparation without letting the dough rise

  • for the dough
  • 350g spelt flour (preferably whole grain)
  • 10ml oil
  • 2tsp sea salt
  • 10g fresh yeast
  • 175ml lukewarm water (it may be a bit more, depending on the type of flour)

  • for the cream

  • 150g cashew nuts (soaked for 2 hours)
  • 120ml of water or vegetable broth

  • for the topping

  • 2 sliced ​​pears
  • 1 bowl of red currants
  • a lot of strawberries


  1. Put the flour in a bowl and mix with the salt.
  2. Dissolve the yeast in water, add the oil and give all to the flour.
  3. Knead a dough and let it rise for about 1-2 hours.
  4. Mix the cashews with the water or vegetable broth in a blender.
  5. Wash strawberries, pears and red currants and remove stalks.
  6. Roll out the dough to the size of the baking tray.
  7. Spread the cashew cream on the dough and top it with the berries and pear slices.
  8. Bake at 180° for about 20-25 minutes.


You can also use other berries such as black currant, small wild strawberries or blackberries.

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