Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

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Goddess Dessert Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta, Mascarpone, Honey and Vanilla Blackberry Blueberry Sauce!

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

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This to die for cheesecake like berry pizza is for you! Because whipped ricotta and berries you guys!

Have you ever had a berry pizza before ?

If you did, then you know why I’m so excited about it, and if you didn’t then i’ll just tell you that it is like a lovely piece of cheesecake. Imagine that insanity! 

I literally had a pizza party yesterday, my kitchen was covered in flour and so was my hair. Totally worth it if you ask me. Especially after Google recognized my pizza making skills, remember that Burrata Pizza and rustic pizza dough ? That’s how it all started. 

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

Now, you can make this with blackberries or blueberries or even raspberries. I went for the blackberries and blueberries because they look the best at the market, plus I just love them on top of whipped ricotta.

Basically I made a berry sauce on the stove top that I allowed to chill before using it as a pizza sauce in this really amazing dessert pizza.

However, If you don’t feel like making the sauce, you can use a nice organic blackberry jelly instead. Then I top that with some whipped ricotta mascarpone vanilla mixture and a few berries, sprinkled with fresh basil from the garden and voila! I can’t even tell you..

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone CheeseBerry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

I bet it would be amazing with a nice thick strawberry sauce on the bottom and fresh strawberries on top. Note to self!

I know that a berry pizza might sound strange at first, especially if you’ve never had it before. But I assure you this is such delicacy, and so easy to make.

I would suggest making small thin pizza pies, that way you don’t necessarily even have to cut them. And if you do, make sure to wait until they have cooled off for the cheese to set and use your kitchen sheers to cut it. So easy! 

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

Very important to make sure and cook the pizza dough for a few minutes before adding the sauce and the cheese on top.

That is the secret to a crispy thin crust bottom. That and a hot pizza stone.

You do have a pizza stone right ? ( If not, you can grab one from amazon here (<–affiliate).  

If you insist on little fiery kisses on that creamy cheesy berry pizza, transfer it to the broiler for about 20 seconds or so, but keep a close eye on it because it can burn quickly and then what ?! You’ll be crying over the pizza pie like a baby. I’m speaking from experience kids 😉

P.S Keep this berry pizza recipe on hand for when Mother’s Day rolls around, after all it is a Goddess pizza, and isn’t that what mom’s really are ..? ! ~ Florentina 

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese
5 from 10 votes

Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta Mascarpone Cheese

Goddess Berry Pizza with Whipped Ricotta, Mascarpone, Lemon and Honey Blackberry Blueberry Sauce!
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Prep Time:20 minutes
Cook Time:45 minutes
Total Time:1 hour 5 minutes


For the Berry Sauce


  • Prepare the berry sauce in advance. Add the blackberries, blueberries, lemon juice, vanilla extract and honey to a small sauce pan on low flame. Cover with a lid and cook together for a few minutes until the blueberries burst. Remove from flame and chill in the refrigerator until ready to use. Adjust sweetness to taste with more honey if desired.
  • Make a batch of rustic Italian pizza dough and divide into 8 small pies.
  • Whip the Ricotta Cheese:
    Add the mascarpone, ricotta, vanilla extract, lemon zest and 1 tablespoon of the honey to a small food processor and process together until smooth and fluffy. Keep cool until ready to eat.
  • Preheat your oven with a pizza stone inside to the highest temperature it will go, for at least 45 minutes.
  • Sprinkle some flour on your kitchen counter and form your pizza pies as suggested in the rustic pizza dough recipe.
  • Using a fork gently poke each pizza before you transfer to the preheated oven and bake for 3 minutes.
  • Working quickly and with care, open the oven and remove the pizza crust. Spread a thin layer of the blackberry blueberry sauce the bottom, leaving about 3/4 inch from the edges.
  • Spoon the whipped ricotta mascarpone mixture over the top in a thin layer and sprinkle with some of the berries. Transfer back to the oven carefully. Close the oven door and bake the berry pizza an additional 6 minutes or so until the crust is golden brown on the edges.
  • At this point if you would like to get a little fire kiss on top of your ricotta cheese and berries, just transfer the pie under the broiler for about 25 seconds, making sure not to burn it.
  • Repeat the process with the remaining of your pies and allow them to cool for a few minutes for the cheese to settle before slicing.
  • Optional: Drizzle with some honey on top before serving and garnish with the fresh basil leaves.


#1 This berry pizza is also really good cold, just like a cheesecake!
#2 Feel free to substitute the berry sauce with a nice blackberry jam in a pinch.
Course: Main Dishes
Cuisine: Italian
Servings: 6 -8
Author: Florentina

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  1. 5 stars
    Florentina, have I ever mentioned that you are the pizza queen, that should be part of your blog name. This pizza is absolutely stunning, those blackberries and the mascarpone cheese are killing me! I love the strawberry jam suggestion, I must try it!

  2. 5 stars
    I have never had berry pizza but now I totally am going to try. This is beautiful! And I love that you use your rustic pizza dough to make it with. Thanks for the yummy recipe!

  3. Pizza cheesecake? Umm…yes! This sounds so lovely! I made something similar a few weeks ago with blackberries and ricotta – so good! I love your idea to use strawberry jam as well like a tomato sauce – Brilliant! And congrats again on your google ranking! You deserve it:)