Rainbow Fruit Pizza

Rainbow Fruit Pizza reminds me of when I was a little girl and begged my dad to chase the rainbows we spotted out of the car window. I wasn’t after the pot of gold so much as the leprechaun and the three wishes he’d grant me if I caught him—at least according to Disney’s Darby O’Gill and the Little People, a completely reasonable source of legitimate information.

Rainbow Fruit Pizza with Crescent Roll Crust

I’m not sure exactly what I would have wished for—the complete set of Ty Beanie Babies? An unlimited supply of Easy Bake Oven brownie mix? World peace?

Greek Yogurt Rainbow Fruit Pizza // Well-Plated

As I learned, driving to the end of a rainbow isn’t as simple as it looks. Fortunately for us, Rainbow Fruit Pizza is as easy as it gets. The flaky “crust” is a ready-to-bake Pillsbury crescent roll dough (ahem, irresistible), and the creamy dreamy “sauce” is vanilla Greek yogurt. Top these two with a colorful banner of fresh fruit, and you have a playful summer dessert that looks beautiful, tastes wonderful, and is a snap to make!

Rainbow Fruit Pizza with Easy Crescent Roll CrustBeanie Babies or a flakey, creamy, and bright summer-fruity treat? I know for which one I’m wishing!

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Rainbow Fruit Pizza

Rainbow Fruit Pizza is an easy dessert pizza made with crescent roll dough crust, Greek yogurt sauce, and a bright fresh fruit in the shape of a rainbow.

Yield: Serves 8

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes


  • 1 sheet seamless crescent roll dough

  • 8 ounces vanilla Greek yogurt

  • 6 large fresh strawberries

  • 4 ounces canned mandarin oranges

  • 2 kiwis

  • 1/3 cup fresh blueberries

  • 1/3 cup fresh blackberries


  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.

  2. On a lightly greased baking sheet, gently roll out the crescent sheet to make a rectangle, lightly pressing the dough to shape as needed. Trim away the edges of the dough to form a rainbow, and gently press down the corners so that they do not flare up during baking. Bake for 8-12 minutes, until lightly golden and crispy. Remove and let cool to room temperature.

  3. While the pizza bakes, prepare the fruit. Cut tops off of strawberries and slice thinly; rinse mandarin oranges and pat dry; peel and slice kiwis into coins, then slice coins in half cross-wise to form half moons. Simply wash and pat dry the blueberries and blackberries. Set fruit aside.

  4. Spread the yogurt over the top of the cooled crust, leaving a1/2-inch border around all sides. Arrange the strawberries along the outermost edge, “point” down to form the first rainbow stripe. Follow with a “stripe” of oranges, then kiwis, then blueberries, ending with the blackberries as the lower-most stripe. Serve immediately or refrigerate for up to a few hours. Slice and serve.

This recipe also appears on Tablespoon, where I am a contributor.

// All images and text ©/Well Plated.

About Erin Clarke

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  1. consuelohoneyandfigs Reply

    Ohh I used to chase the raibow when I was little as well! This pizza looks so adorable that I don’t think I’d b able to eat it. It’s soooo cute!
    Happy Friday Erin! xx

  2. So pretty!! Gorgeous pictures!! Nothing sounds better or more refreshing in the summer! And I love the idea of putting it in a rainbow shape!

  3. This is adorable Erin! Why on earth have I not thought of turning fruit pizzas into a rainbow??? This would be fun for the kids.

  4. Its like I can taste the freshness of this pizza. It’s a beauty.

  5. This looks so fun!! Definitely going to go check out the recipe asap :)

  6. Looks delicious! And love that it can be thrown together quickly!

  7. What a fun and delicious pizza!

  8. What a fun dessert! Love the rainbow shape!

  9. This is too cute! Love the shape!
    I would’ve wished for more Beanie Babies, too…those li’l things rocked.

  10. Love this recipe…and the photos!

  11. What a fun and creative recipe! Thanks for sharing, looks delicious :)

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

  12. We love fruit pizza at our house! (And really … a healthy dessert that my kids will love … THAT’S a dream come true!!)
    I don’t know … when I was little, I’m pretty sure I wanted that pot of gold! The thought of a little green man kind of gave me the heebie jeebies as a kiddo! :)

  13. This is a great summer dessert recipe. Colorful, refreshing, and since it has fruit on it, you feel healthy and accomplished :)

  14. Fruit pizzas are so fun and perfect for Summer. I love how yours looks like half a donut.

  15. Fruit pizzas bring back lots of summer memories, too. How fun that this is actually in a rainbow shape! And all that fruit is making my mouth water. Beautiful recipe Erin!

  16. This is too fun. I love it! Looks like a great brunch or dessert item to bring to a party :)

  17. Super sweet! Just love the cute rainbow shape!

  18. This is such a cute idea!! Such perfectly arranged fruit, too. I love healthy but delicious desserts like this, so good for summer! X

  19. Yum!! I’ve never made a fruit pizza but a coworker made one and it was pretty delish! Great idea!

  20. How many calories are in this spectacular dish? I love it! 

  21. Hi I am a part of a bi-monthly newsletter for my dental office and would like to include this recipe and a picture for the month of March 2016! The newsletter is hardcopy and i will definitely leave a link to your blog.  Please message me for any other info or questions.
    Thank you!


  22. I tried it and the crescent roll dough ruined the desert. 

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