For little ones, mom or dad can cut the fruits up. For older kids, it is a great way to learn to use a knife under supervision.
You can use any fruits, but I prefer strawberries, star fruit, kiwi fruit, bananas, blueberries.
Sauce -- either plain or vanilla greek yogurt.
Crust -- The healthier crusts I use are honey wheat pitas or wheat/grain English muffins. For more of a treat you can use canned biscuits and just let the kids roll them out with a rolling pin or squish them out with their fingers. And, sugar cookie dough works well, too. Again, the pre-made cookie rounds just softened are easy. If you use biscuits or cookie dough, you'll need to cook those first and let them cool before putting the pizzas together.
Let the kids spread the yogurt on the crust, then place their sliced fruit and drizzle with a little honey or sprinkle a tad of raw sugar if the kids don't like honey.
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