Looking for a healthier dessert idea to “WOW” the crowd at your next party?
Here’s one that serves 12 – and paleo peeps can dig in too practically guilt-free because this one’s completely dairy-free and gluten-free.
Now before you all go crazy on me for making this decadent dessert, let me emphasize this is a special treat for special occasions – not your personal after-dinner dessert for the next 12 nights.
That said, both your paleo and non-paleo family and friends will absolutely love this one. It’s a treat that allows everyone to join in.
We used our Paleo Mudflat Brownie recipe to form the crust of this party pizza in a 13-inch pizza pan. Next I added a layer of paleo banana ice cream (made from coconut milk – instructions below). I placed the pan with the brownie crust and the ice cream layer in the freezer for a couple of hours. Then I topped it off with fresh sliced fruit and drizzles of our Caramel Flavored Topping.
I know, this one is a little over the top. But in a good, “oh my goodness this is so yummy” kind of way!
I can’t even begin to tell you how beautiful this dish looks all sliced up in the pan. If you want an impressive crowd-pleaser, this is it.
Keep this dish in mind for your next get-together – anything from a backyard barbecue to a birthday celebration. It’s the best version ever of a banana split!
Can an Italian girl who loves her pastas and panini find happiness living the paleo lifestyle? This site is about my new adventures inside the caveman’s culinary world. I’m on a mission to create the best-tasting recipes I can that stick pretty close to the paleo rulebook. Try your favorites and leave your comments! Buon Appetito!
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Don’t miss our simple little recipe for Paleo Lemon-Raspberry Cups! Plus check out all our original gluten-free and grain-free paleo recipes – look under “Recipes” in the navigational menu above. New dishes added every week!
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