Fruit Pizza

Fruit Pizza

fruit pizza
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I’m a fan of any kind of pizza, but this one is especially sweet! I love how pretty this looks when done and I also love fresh fruit as a dessert. Fruit tarts at the store typically have a sugary syrup poured over them to make them shiny. I skip that here as this dessert is sweet enough with the fresh fruit! I lighten up the frosting by using whipped topping. My favorite whipped topping is TruWhip. It isn’t made with all the strange ingredients you typically find in other whipped toppings. Plus they have light, keto friendly, and vegan versions!

Fruit Pizza with TruWhip

For this version I used store bought sugar cookie dough to keep it super easy. You can use your favorite recipe if you like. This recipe is super simple and easy to put together. You can make it ahead of time as well. I wouldn’t add the frosting and fruit until a few hours before, but it will keep in the fridge for a while. This dessert is definitely a pretty one to take to an event or party. It would also be great for a brunch! This is also fun for kids too! Get them involved in decorating it for some additional fun. You could make this into an Easter Egg shape for Easter, which would be really fun! Or change out the fruit colors based on whatever occasion or holiday you are celebrating. A red, white, and blue one for the 4th of July?! The sky is the limit!

Fruit Pizza

Course: Dessert, BrunchCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

25

minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 roll store bought sugar cookie dough

  • 4 oz reduced fat cream cheese, softened

  • 1/2 tup TruWhip whipped topping

  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar or Swerve powdered sugar

  • Fresh Fruit

Directions

  • Press cookie dough into a tart pan or larger round pan and cook according to temp on the cookie directions. Mine took about 25 minutes. Let cool completely.
  • Combine cream cheese and powdered sugar with a hand mixer on medium speed.
  • Add TruWhip and combine on low speed.
  • Frost cookie cake and arrange fruit in desired design.

Notes

  • You can make the cookie a day or two ahead of time. Wait to frost it until a few hours before serving (but you can also make the frosting ahead of time (store in the fridge). You can place fruit on a few hours before too. I let mine sit in the fridge for 2-3 hours covered with plastic wrap.

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