This post is sponsored by Acorn Influence. All opinions are 100% mine.
You could call me a lazy cook. I’m always looking for shortcuts when it comes to food. I love incorporating wholesome ingredients into our snacks, but I also don’t have the time to whip up homemade breads and crackers. That’s not happening in this house with 4 little kids! So, when my girls begged me for fruit pizza, the lazy part of me wanted to find an easy shortcut and the mom part of me wanted to find a way to make them a little more wholesome. I found the perfect combo of delicious and nutritious by using Wasa crispbreads that I found at Walmart!
Initially, it might seem crazy to use a 100% whole grain crispbread for the base of a fruit pizza, but I can testify to the fact that it works! The Wasa crispbreads create such a blank canvas that even a sweet, fruity treat tastes great. I surprised my girls with these adorable mini fruit pizzas after school and they were hooked!
These mini fruit pizza crackers just look so pretty and they are incredible easy to make. It almost seems silly to call this a recipe because it’s that easy. Not only do they make a quick and wholesome after school snack, but they would be an adorable appetizer for a brunch or bridal shower. They are the perfect spring food!
Here’s what you will need: (The full recipe will be at the bottom of this post)
- Wasa crispbreads – Sourdough and Multi Grain both work great
- Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, kiwi
- Cream Cheese
All you need to do is add some honey into your cream cheese.
This makes it easier to spread and adds just the right amount of sweetness.
Spread some of the cream cheese mixture onto each crispbread and add some finely chopped fruit.
Make a bunch, then devour!
If you’ve never tried Wasa Crispbreads, you really need to check them out. Not only are they fat free and 100% whole grain, but they are the perfect base for anything. My favorite lunch lately is to have a few topped with tuna salad. So yummy and filling! In fact, if you use Ibotta, you can snag a rebate right now for Barilla products! If you don’t use Ibotta, you should be. It’s amazing.
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And now for the full recipe,
Fruit Pizza Crackers
- Wasa Crisbreads
- 1/2 Cup cream Cheese
- 3 Tbs Honey
- Strawberries, Blueberries, Kiwi and Raspberries
Mix the honey and cream cheese. Spread an even amount onto each crispbread. Chop the fruit into small pieces and top the crispbreads. Serve immediately.