This Low Carb Fruit Pizza is Keto, Gluten Free and Nut Free, Almond flour free! Just 2 net carbs per serving or 4 total carbs.
Keto Dessert Pizza Crust
This recipe has been on my Foodie-To-Do List for a long time! Ever since I made this gluten free 4th of July Pizza a couple of years ago, I knew a Low Carb Keto Fruit Pizza with my coconut flour cookie recipe needed to happen.
Using my Low Carb Vanilla Wafers which tastes like a sugar cookie crust, I knew this would be a big hit with everyone on a keto diet and low carb diet and even those who are not and I was right!
Perfect Low Carb Dessert
I've made this for Memorial Day as well as the Fourth of July and each time, it's been a winner with everyone. Many can't believe it's a keto cookie pizza recipe!
This healthy fruit pizza is really the most perfect summer dessert for all the summer parties because it uses very simple ingredients.
I covered our cooled crust with a cream cheese icing. Make sure to purchase sugar-free cream cheese, meaning no added sugar.
My Sugar Free Vanilla Wafers cookie recipe
Cream cheese- softened is best to incorporate easier
Heavy Cream or heavy whipping cream
Vanilla Liquid Stevia- you can really use favorite sweetener. Here's my Sweetener Guide & Conversion chart to help you decide how much of other low-carb sweeteners to use.
Fresh Blueberries- you can also swap these for fresh blackberries
Fresh Raspberries or use fresh strawberries
How to Make Keto Fruit Dessert Pizza
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Prepare my vanilla wafer cookie recipe and rather than turn into a roll for slicing cookies, spread onto a baking pan lined with parchment paper.
My rectangle shape measured 8 by 12. Bake for 12-14 minutes or until golden brown. Allow to cool completely.
Place the cream cheese, heavy cream, vanilla extract and stevia in a stand mixer or large bowl using an electric hand mixer and blend on high until the consistency is that of frosting.
Spread evenly over cooled cookie crust. Arrange blueberries in the left corner.
I made 5 rows across, with 8 berries in each row. Arrange 5 rows of raspberries across cookie. Slice and serve or keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
I used the recent invite for my daughter to head to a friends pool party, to make this low carb cookie dessert pizza to share with others.
"Others" meaning friends who do not typically eat sugar-free and are not on a ketogenic diet.
I always like to do that. I like to hear what they thought of something they don't normally eat.
I heard rave reviews! My friend told me her hubby loved it so much he wanted to write me a thank you note!
The vanilla wafer recipes calls for the cookies to be made into a roll shape and refrigerated in order to slice them before baking. In this recipe that step is eliminated. Just prepare the sugar cookie dough and spread it onto the pan and bake.
You can use any sweetener of choice that equals about ½ cup of sugar, Lakanto Monk Fruit is a great option. Taste and adjust to your preference.
Strawberries sliced in half is also another option if you don't like raspberries.
This recipe was first published in June of 2016 and updated in June of 2018 with a video.
Low Carb Fruit Dessert Pizza
You can really use whatever fresh fruit toppings you want on this dessert pizza. I chose low carb fruits like raspberry and blueberries, but any fresh berries will be good.
Trying to keep to the Red, White and Blue themed for 4th of July is always a festive dessert to bring to a party or summer cookouts.
Sugar-Free Cream Cheese Frosting
You can choose one of two frosting options I have. I used my Sugar Free Cream Cheese Frosting in this recipe and added those ingredients below but feel free to use this Sugar Free Buttercream Frosting, really either would hold up well.
One note though is the cream cheese frosting will need to stay refrigerated before serving, especially in the heat of summer.
Bake crust, cool, make the frosting, add your favorite berries to decorate and you're done. I also opted to pre-slice pieces to make it easier for the kids to grab.
This will become your next family favorite fun dessert! Simple, fun and Patriotic!
How to Store Sugar Free Fruit Pizza
Keep any leftovers in airtight containers in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
More Easy Keto Dessert Recipes
Lemon Cheesecake Mousse
Low Carb Fruit Pizza (Keto, Nut Free)
Low Carb Patriotic Dessert Pizza (Grain Free)
- use my entire recipe for vanilla wafers
- 2 ounces cream cheese
- 8 ounces heavy cream
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon vanilla liquid stevia
- 4 ounces fresh blueberries
- 12 ounces fresh raspberries
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Prepare my vanilla wafer cookie recipe and rather than turn into a roll for slicing cookies, spread onto a baking pan lined with parchment. My rectangle shape measured 8 by 12.
- Bake for 12-14 minutes or until golden brown. Allow to cool completely.
- Place the cream cheese, heavy cream, vanilla extract and stevia in a stand mixer and blend on high until the consistency is that of frosting.
- Spread evenly over cooled cookie.
- Arrange blueberries in the left corner. I made 5 rows across, with 8 berries in each row.
- Arrange 5 rows of raspberries across cookie.
- Slice and serve or keep refrigerated until ready to serve.
THANK YOU from my grandma. She like your recipe.
Hope we can see more recipes in sugar-free related.
This was amazing. My husband is allergic to coconut, so I substituted oat fiber for coconut flour, and it turned out great.
How much stevia do you use if you're using regular stevia?
My whole family enjoyed this! I like how the "frosting", which basically reminds me of whipped cream for desserts, is not overly. sweet - the cream cheese was barely noticeable, but it all tasted good. Thank you for these ideas!
This is the best keto dessert I’ve ever made!
Thank you so much!
This was fantastic! I very rarely enjoy items made with only coconut flour but you hit this out of the park. I totally planned to tweak it and add some almond flour but it tasted fabulous as is❤. I used pyure sweetener and adjusted it to 1/4 cup. Thank you sooo much. Can't wait to try some of your other recipes.
Thanks Jessica. I've learned to work and perfect working with coconut flour since my youngest has a tree nut allergy so I can't use almond.
Made this today & it turned out beautifully! I love the frosting because it’s nice & light to complement the berries. Will definitely be making the cookies too sometime for other things! Thank you for a great recipe!
My mistake...I misquoted the wrong recipe. It was your cream cheese frosting that shows 1-1/2 cups cream cheese and 3 Tbsp heavy cream...not the buttercream frosting. However, that doesn't change my dilemma.
I also question just two ounces of cream cheese with EIGHT ounces of heavy cream. I just mixed these and now have soup. In the beginning of this recipe, you mentioned you used your sugar-free buttercream frosting for this dessert pizza.. But that buttercream recipe shows 1 1/2 CUPS cream cheese, which I assume is 12 ounces of cream cheese, and only 3 tablespoons heavy cream. I wanted this for tomorrow but I don't know what to do now, unless I add the remaining six ounces of cream cheese to get this to thicken, throw in a mess of regular powdered sugar, or simply find another recipe. Fortunately, those whom are supposed to be eating this aren't diabetic, so I can use regular powdered sugar.
I tested the amount of cream cheese from my original cream cheese frosting and proved to be too thick to spread. I reduced it and it was easily spreadable. That's the amount you see in my recipe. Others have made this with great success. Hopefully you put the mixture overnight in the fridge which would have thickened it anyway and some more time blending in a mixer should produce the whipped texture. Feel free to try adding 2 more ounces of cream cheese.
is it really only 2 oz of cream cheese?
Yes to mix with the heavy cream and spread over the cooked cookie pizza once cooled.
I'm fairly new to your site, so forgive me if I'm asking a stupid question. Why are you using both liquid & granulated sweetener in the cookie dough recipe? Not challenging you or your method; I'm curious because I really don't know why.
No worries I don't mind answering my reasons. I love using both as they cancel out each other in most recipes. Swerve seems to cause a cooling effect and stevia can sometimes have on aftertaste, at least when either are used on their own in recipes. When combined it creates a perfect combo, no aftertaste ever!
No Sugar, No Cry
Ohh since it's berry season here as well I'm totally enjoying my berries at the moment! And they are crazy cheap. I might try and make this one myself!
Oh my this looks wonderful. I would like strawberries better for sure. That cookie crust looks so good too.
Thank you Charlotte!
What is the recipe for the vanilla wafer cookie
Your festive dessert looks beautiful and yummy-'licious! Happy July 4th!
Yummy. I think I will be picking up some extra ingredients tomorrow.
Maya | Wholesome Yum
This looks delicious, Brenda! I love the fourth of July theme. Berries are my favorite way to incorporate all these colors for a themed dish. 🙂
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Yum! I like how it's cookie like.