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This dessert pizza recipe is sure to class up your next dinner party and tickle your sweet tooth. It really only resembles a pizza in so much as ...
Dessert pizza recipes can vary quite a bit depending on what kind of crust you'd like to use and what fruits are fresh and in season when you ...
The first step is to preheat the oven to 350 F so that you can bake the cookie dough.
Next, roll the sugar cookie dough into a ball and then use the palms of your hands or a roller to smoosh it out onto a baking pan ...
Bake the giant sugar cookie/crust for 9-12 minutes depending on its size and thickness. When it's done, remove it and let it cool for a few minutes before ...
The sauce (aka icing) is a simple 1 to 1 mixture of cream cheese and powdered sugar. I threw in a teaspoon of vanilla too for flavor. Mix the ...
Cut the fresh fruit into small, uniform and aesthetically pleasing slices. Small pieces of fruit like grapes and blackberries don't need to be cut and can be applied ...
Spread the icing evenly onto the sugar cookie crust. Make sure you get it everywhere - it will be the glue that holds the entire operation together.
Starting at the center, assemble the fruit as beautifully as possible in a spiral fashion until you've finished your dessert. Think about layering, nesting and using contrasting colors ...
To make the desert pizza extra shiny, mix two tablespoons of orange marmalade with 1 tablespoon of water to create a sugary glaze. Then, using a pastry brush, ...
Cut it up pizza slice style and serve it to your hungry guests' mouths!
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