OK. So in the title I took out “healthy” and replaced with “Fancy Looking.” Just work with me here.
Fruit Pizza is what we call this in my family. You may or may not be able to tell that I was going for a “sun” theme with the fruit display. I made this for Easter so it seemed appropriate.
Every time I make fruit pizza everybody gobbles it up and all the mommies ask for the recipe. It looks beautiful and is so absurdly easy to make everyone should have this recipe in their back pocket.
Ingredients: (I’m embarrassed to say…) Pilsbury Sugar cookie Dough, 16 oz. cream cheese, 1/3 cup sugar (or powdered sugar), tsp. vanilla, diced fresh fruit.
Directions: Set cream cheese out for about an hour to soften. Spread the cookie dough (this is 1 1/2 tubes) out on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 for approximately 17-20 minutes or until done. Set out to cool. Mix softened cream cheese with sugar and vanilla. Spread on completely cooled sugar cookie crust. Top with fruit.
Tips: I’ve made this with homemade sugar cookie dough and although it is certainly a less processed food choice, you really cannot taste the difference (short cuts are all the rage.) Fruit can be arranged in a stunning display of some sort (not featured above, unfortunately) or just scattered. The pineapple and orange chunks that I used were drained before placement. Good fruits for this include strawberries, blueberries, grapes, sliced stone fruits… don’t use bananas though as they will brown and throw off the whole “impressive” statement you’re going for. (I seem to be using an excessive amount of quotation marks today…. Don’t you think?)
I seriously dare you to take this to a potluck situation and not impress the masses. Yes. Maybe even double-dare.
I would like to be mentioned. JK!
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Ladies and gentlemen, this recipe was introduced to my family by my sister, Sarah. There!