Fruity Breakfast Pizza + Granola Crust
The star of this Fruity Breakfast Pizza with Granola Crust is Paleo Scavenger granola! I “met” Brittany of Paleo Scavenger on Instagram and my interested was piqued: I’ve made my own Paleo granola and while the results are utterly delicious, there’s nothing like the convenience of spooning it from bag to bowl and enjoying in minutes!
I reached out to the Paleo Scavenger co-founders Brittany Chibe and DeeDee McCoy for a bit more info on their company and product, and their story is one that many of you might have personally experienced: when they “went paleo” they struggled to find paleo-friendly snacks that they liked. The two often found themselves making their own snacks and carrying them around in their bags. With encouragement from family and friends, Brittany and DeeDee began selling paleo granola at local farmers markets and doing “pop-up shops” at gyms and race events. Everywhere they go, people love their granola and encourage them to keep going. As I can personally attest, their granola is eat-from-the-bag good, and I barely left myself enough to make this Fruity Breakfast Pizza because of my constant snacking.
This Fruity Breakfast Pizza (paleo, vegan, raw) pairs a granola crust with soaked coconut and fruit for a simple, sweet, endlessly customizable breakfast treat.
- Combine the shredded coconut and coconut milk or yogurt, set aside to soften.
- Combine the granola, dried fruit and coconut oil in a food processor, pulse until a rough dough forms. Shape into a disc on your serving plate, and refrigerate while you prepare the fruit.
- Wash and chop the grapes and pichuberries, then spread the shredded coconut on top of the chilled granola crust. Pile the pichuberries, grapes and pomegranate seeds on top, then finish with 2 tbsp of granola as garnish.
- Serve chilled.
by Fresh Planet Flavor
|Amount Per Serving||As Served|
|Calories 168kcal Calories from fat 129|
|% Daily Value|
|Total Fat 14g||22%|
|Saturated Fat 12g||60%|
|Dietary Fiber 3g||12%|
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||25g|