Fruit Pizza

I wish I could take credit for this delicious recipe, but I can’t. A friend of mine at work brought this into the office the other day and it was so amazing that I could hardly wait to make it myself. It’s super easy, inexpensive to make, and you can alter the recipe to include all your favorite fruits!

I chose strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries, but whatever is in season at the time would be fine. The possibilities are endless!

Ingredients:

  • Sugar cookie dough (make your own or take the easy route and buy the prepackaged kind like I did)
  • Vanilla
  • Powdered sugar
  • 8oz cream cheese (room temperature)
  • Whatever fruit you’d like to use as topping

Instructions:

  • First, preheat your oven to whatever the directions say on the back of your sugar cookie package. You are going to follow the baking instructions on the package.
  • I sprayed my pan with cooking spray so the cookie sticking was not an issue, but next time I will use parchment paper instead of spray just so that is is easier to transfer onto the serving platter.IMG_3521
  • Place the dough on the pan and use your hands to flatten it into a flat, round shape that resembles a large cookie (or pizza dough!).IMG_3522
  • Follow instructions for cooking time on the package, and remove when it is a golden brown.
  • Let the cookie cool completely.IMG_3524
  • Mix cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla to taste. There are really no specific amounts, just add more powdered sugar and vanilla until you reach a taste you like.IMG_3523
  • After you transfer to a platter or whatever you’re going to use to serve it on, spread the mixture of cream cheese/powdered sugar/vanilla in a thin layer on top.IMG_3525
  • Scatter your fruit on top and serve chilled.IMG_3526IMG_3527
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