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20 Best Dessert Pizza Recipes

These dessert pizza recipes are pizza pie-shaped desserts full of fruit, chocolate, and other yummy things.

Depending on your toppings, you can keep your dessert pizzas relatively healthy with lots of berries and fruit, or not so healthy and loaded down with chocolate, ice cream, and more. 

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Most of the recipes on this particular list fall more under the heading of “not so healthy” because those kinds of dessert pizzas are always the most fun. 

Still, if you’re looking for something sweet, delightful, and relatively easy to make, you should be able to find a few options on this list of 20 of my favorite dessert pizza recipes.


20 Best Dessert Pizzas – Sweet Pizza Ideas

1. Apple Crisp Pizza

This delicious dessert pizza combines all the yumminess of a fresh-from-the-oven apple crisp with flaky “pizza” crust and a generous drizzle of caramel sauce. 

It’s packed with apple and cinnamon flavor, and it’s sure to be a hit whether or not you top it with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream.

2. Fruity Brownie Dessert Pizza

When it comes to desserts that everyone loves, brownies are pretty high up on the list. And this recipe takes traditional brownies to a whole new level!

It’s a brownie pizza topped with a rich cream cheese topping.

To that, you’ll add your favorite fruits and berries (strawberries, banana slices, blueberries, etc.) and a dollop of whipped cream.

It’s sweet, tangy, and perfectly balanced on the line between light and over-indulgent.

3. Keto Cookie Pizza 

This keto cookie pizza is practically the same as the fruity brownie dessert pizza above, but this one uses specific ingredients to ensure that it remains keto-friendly

The cream cheese frosting and berries are just as tasty on this one as they are on the other one, though.

4. Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza

You might be able to argue that the first three dessert pizzas on this list are at least moderately healthy. They do feature apples and berries, after all!

But this one is just pure, unadulterated decadence.

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It’s chocolate on top of chocolate on top of chocolate with a little chocolate thrown in for good measure. 

Seriously, with chocolate chips, chocolate frosting, and all the chopped-up chocolate candy you can fit on the top, the one thing no one will say about this pizza is, “It could use a bit more chocolate.”

Or, maybe they will say that, but I’m almost sure they’ll say it with sarcasm. If not, they might have a problem.

5. Sweet Banana Pizza with White Chocolate 

You’ll only need four ingredients to whip up this sweet and simple banana and white chocolate pizza (and you can probably guess three of them just from the name). 

If you guessed pizza dough, bananas, and white chocolate chips, you’re right on the money.

You’ll also need two tablespoons of brown sugar for a touch of warm sweetness. 

It takes less than 30 minutes to make and is enough for up to eight people to enjoy! 

6. Easy S’mores Dessert Pizza with Nutella

Believe it or not, this s’mores pizza is even quicker and easier to make than the banana one!

You’ll need pita flatbread, hazelnut Nutella, Golden Grahams, and mini-marshmallows. 

Spread the Nutella on the flatbread and add your toppings. Bake it for 3 or 4 minutes, and you’re set and ready to go!

(This one is fun to make with your kids, but just do the baking yourself.)

7. Raspberry S’mores Pizza

If you like the idea of s’mores dessert pizza but like to taste a bit of tanginess in your sweets, make this raspberry s’mores pizza instead. 

It still has all the gooey chocolate and marshmallows, but the fresh raspberries add a light tartness that completely changes the flavor of the pizza. 

8. Taffy Apple Pizza

If you like your desserts to be both sweet and tart, taffy apple pizza is the way to go.

The Granny Smith apples, cream cheese, and lemon-lime soda add plenty of tart tanginess. 

You’ll balance those flavors out nicely with peanut butter (and peanuts), caramel, cinnamon, vanilla, and brown sugar. 

It takes 25 minutes to make, looks gorgeous, and can feed a dozen people, so if you’re looking for something fun for your next family gathering, give this one a try. 

9. Sinful Chocolate Pizza

As fantastic as this dessert pizza is, “sinful” is undoubtedly the correct word for it.

A single piece of this over-the-top indulgence is a sugar high waiting to happen. 

It’s overflowing with gooey chocolatey and melt-in-your-mouth marshmallow goodness that’ll make you groan with pleasure. 

The recipe here tells you how to create your own pizza dough. However, if you’re in a time crunch, you can use store-bought pizza crust instead. 

10. Cinnamon Roll Pizza

I know this is a list of dessert pizzas, but I find myself making this one more often for breakfast or brunch when I want something sweet and sugary. 

It may not look like traditional cinnamon rolls, but the flavor is 100% spot on.

You’ll taste every morsel of brown sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, and the sticky, yummy glaze. 

11. Chocolate Raspberry Pizza

I adore this chocolate raspberry pizza because it’s elegant, strikingly beautiful, and looks like something you’d see two people make in a cheesy romance movie. 

The pizza base is chocolate cookie dough, and by itself, it’s divine. 

Once you top it with chocolate chips, toasted coconut and almonds, fresh raspberries, and melted white chocolate, it’s game over.

This stuff is too good not to devour in a single sitting.

12. Banana, Chocolate and Peanut Butter Dessert Pizza

This 15-minute, tortilla-based pizza is one of the healthier options on the list, but it’s no less delectable for being so. 

It combines the nutty, fall flavors of peanut butter, slivered almonds, and maple syrup with sliced bananas, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and coconut – mostly healthy ingredients!

Furthermore, since you’ll use a brown rice tortilla as the base, the pizza has an impressive amount of fiber and protein, though it’s also high in calories and carbs, so enjoy it sparingly. 

13. Frozen Ice Cream Dessert Pizza

This fun, colorful dessert pizza is an excellent choice for when you’re craving something sweet but don’t want to have to do any actual cooking. 

As long as you have a food processor and a freezer, you have pretty much all the equipment you need to make it.

Plus, you’ll only need four ingredients for it, too!

You’ll use crushed Oreos to make the pizza crust and thick hot fudge sauce, vanilla ice cream, and M&Ms for the toppings.

The whole thing takes 20 minutes from start to finish.

14. Tropical Fruit Brownie Pizza

Here’s another brownie-based pizza topped with plenty of fruit. Instead of berries, though, you’ll use more tropical fruits – kiwi, pineapple, mango, etc. 

But don’t worry, you’ll still add that sweet and tangy cream cheese icing, meaning you’ll have plenty of sweetness to balance out all that tart fruit. 

15. Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

This gorgeous pizza features mascarpone and ricotta cheeses, vanilla extract, wild honey, lemon zest, basil, and as many berries as you want to pile on top of it. 

It has a fresh, vibrant flavor and lovely colors to match. If you’re searching for the perfect dessert pizza for a spring or summer brunch, this is it. 

16. Oreo Brownie Pizza

And if one truly decadent chocolate-upon-chocolate-upon-chocolate pizza wasn’t enough, here’s one more. 

To make it, you’ll combine fudge brownie mix, Oreos, M&M caramel candies, mini marshmallows, and more.

If you have a chocolate addict in the family, they’ll love this one. 

17. Grilled Blueberry Dessert Pizza Recipe

If you’re looking for something truly tart, it’s hard to beat this 40-minute, eight-ingredient grilled blueberry dessert pizza. 

Between the fresh blueberries, cream cheese, lemon juice, and lemon zest, your tastebuds should be zinging all over the place from the sheer zestiness of it. 

Thankfully, the sugar, honey, and pizza dough help tone it down just a bit.

18. M&M’s Cookie Pizza

You’ve probably seen this one – or one very similar to it – at Great American Cookie Co. It’s a thick, crumbly cookie pizza covered in colorful M&Ms. 

It’s simple to make, requiring only six ingredients and about 35 minutes, but you won’t find anyone complaining.

19. Dessert Fruit Pizza

The dessert fruit pizza is probably the most easily recognizable dessert pizza.

With its sweet and tasty sugar cookie base, cream cheese frosting, and a myriad of fruit, it’s always a hit.

It’s colorful, and you can even make it look like a rainbow if you place the right colored fruits in the proper order. 

You can also make fun designs – smiley faces, hearts, Christmas trees, etc. – by using specific fruits in specific patterns.

20. Vegan Rocky Road Dessert Pizza

This pizza may look like an insanely decadent, messy, and over-indulgent treat – and it totally is – but it’s also vegan-friendly and unbelievably good. 

So if you’re in the mood for something that tastes as good as it looks and can be enjoyed by all your vegetarian and vegan friends, give this one a try. 

It takes a bit of time to make, but it’s well worth the effort. 

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These dessert pizza recipes are almost too good to be true! From cookies to brownies to fruit, there are so many delicious toppings that can turn pizza into an amazing treat.


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NaTaya Hastings
NaTaya Hastings is a food and recipe writer for Insanely Good Recipes. She’s an educator, boy mom, dog mom, and whatever-stray-enters-the-yard mom. As a result, she's constantly cooking for both humans and animals.

Luckily, she enjoys it!

Though born, raised, and still living in Alabama, her specialty is NOT down-home Southern cooking. Instead, she loves to experiment with Asian, Mexican, Italian, and other ethnic cuisines. She has two mottos when it comes to cooking. “The more spice, the better!” and “There’s no such thing as too much garlic!”

She’s also pretty good with desserts. Especially the easy, no-bake ones.

Her favorite things are cuddling with her four giant dogs, traveling, reading, writing, and hanging out in nature. She’s also pretty excellent at Dominoes.

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