Healthy fruit 'pizza' kids birthday party cake

These cute little pizza cakes from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Easy Party Cakes' cookbook are not what they seem - they're actually made entirely out of fruit, creating a healthy sweet treat.

  • 45 mins preparation
  • Serves 2
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  • 2 25cm round cake boards
  • 2 x 16cm diameter rounds rockmelon, cut 1cm thick, peeled
  • 2 x 14cm diameter rounds seedless watermelon, cut 1cm thick, peeled
  • 50 gram piece fresh pineapple, peeled, cut into matchsticks
  • 4 strawberries, hulled, sliced crossways
  • 14 blueberries
  • 1 kiwifruit, peeled, sliced, cut into small wedges


Healthy fruit 'pizza' kids birthday party cake
  • 1
    Discard seeds from centre of rockmelon slices; position slices on cake boards.
  • 2
    Top rockmelon with watermelon then with remaining ingredients to resemble a pizza.


Any colourful fruit can be used as a ‘pizza topping’, although fruit that browns when cut, such as apples, pears and bananas, should not be used unless the pizza is served immediately. The pizza can be assembled up to 3 hours ahead, store in the refrigerator. Serve with pineapple ‘chips’ (fries); simply cut slices of fresh pineapple into chip shapes, about 1cm thick.

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