Today I have a really easy yogurt fruit pizza recipe to share with you. This is a lovely easy no-bake recipe for kids to make themselves – even a toddler can get involved in every step of this recipe! These fruit pizzas make a lovely summer snack or dessert, or even a special breakfast.
This post is part of a whole alphabet of recipes for kids organised by the lovely Becky from 3 Princesses and 1 Dude. I chose ‘Y’ for Yogurt for my recipe so I’m right at the end of the alphabet. If you click on the button below you’ll be taken to the full list of recipes, check them out, there are so many fab ideas to keep your kids busy in the kitchen all summer long!
Our summer holidays have just begun and I’m hoping to get in lots of cooking with the kids over the next 6 weeks, so watch this space for more easy recipes like this one. As with all of the recipes in my easy recipes for kids series, you’ll find a free printable child friendly recipe sheet at the end of the post, so be sure to print one off so that your own child can give it a go themselves. Following a recipe from start to finish can be a massive confidence boost for a child and you might be pleasantly surprised at their developing cooking skills too!
Yogurt Fruity Pizzas
Ingredients (makes 6):
- 150g greek yogurt
- 2 tsp maple syrup or honey
- handful strawberries
- handful raspberries
- handful blueberries
- 6 mini pancakes*
Measure out the yoghurt into a bowl and add the maple syrup or honey. Stir until combined.
Wash the fruit in cold water and drain on kitchen paper. Chop the tops off the strawberries and if they are quite large, cut into smaller pieces.
Lay out the pancakes out on a chopping board or plate. Place a dollop of yoghurt on each pancake and swirl around with the back of a spoon to cover.
Top with the fruit, laying it out in pretty patterns to decorate if wanted.
Serve immediately and enjoy!
*Notes: I used ready-made pancakes for this recipe to keep it quick and simple, but you could of course make your own. You can find a simple pancake recipe here if you’d prefer to make them from scratch.
As promised, here is a free child-friendly recipe sheet for this recipe. Click here or on the image below to download it.
Our mission this summer is to get our kids cooking as much as possible. You’ll find tons of inspiration in the collection below, so why not join us? Have a browse of the links or you could even let your kids pick out some recipes for themselves! If you are a blogger, please do join us and add your recipes to the linky for some extra inspiration for us all, all you need to do is link up below and pop the button in your post(s).