You’ve been sucked into planning an awesome party for your friends and family. You have no idea what dessert to prepare to wow your guests, not to mention your kitchen expertise may not be that of Emeril.  What about a pie? How about a cake, Jell-O molds, Fruit pizza! What a treat this fruit pizza will be. You have the ability to encompass everyone’s favorite fruit into one delectable dessert. We cannot forget mention the awesome sugar cookie crust and sweet pizza sauce alternative that everyone WILL love.  Our group of five fruit pizza experts, everyone has at least 6 years of fruit pizza making experience, has compiled a recipe that has everything you need and more to help crown you a dessert-making champion.  Even if you already possess this crown, this will be the perfect opportunity to separate you from the competition. 

This recipe calls for a lot of fruit.  Fresh fruit costs vary depending on seasons, so the total cost of making fruit pizzas may vary. The cost of fresh vs. frozen fruits may also play a role in the final cost of the dessert. 

Making a fruit pizza, along with most other events taking place in the kitchen involves taking precautions.  This recipe does not require any cooking experience, but it is very important that directions are closely followed as ovens are hot and cookie and pizza cutters are sharp!  Be sure to set aside about 3 hours for complete preparation as fruit pizzas are best served chilled. Enjoy!

Step 1: Recipe

1 roll (16.5 oz.) Pillsbury® refrigerated sugar cookies
1package (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 
1/3 cup white sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla
1 cup fresh thin sliced peach slices
1 cup halved or quartered fresh strawberries
1 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
½ cup grapes (green or red)
½ cup kiwis

Mixing bowl, pizza pan or cookie sheet, cooking spray, knife, mixing spoon, wax paper, and plastic wrap.

Project total time: 1 hour

                                                                                                         Fruits Used
I LOVE fruit pizza but never had a clue how to make it, thank you!

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