Fruit Pizza

Elizabeth Lancaster


This is my very own personal recipe I made up while living in McAllen Texas, Everytime my sons and I would go to the Island (south padre) we would see all these fruit stands on the sides of the roads to and from the Island. So I thought to myself, a fresh cold fruit pizza sounds so good after a day at the beach. And my boys LOVED it !

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8-12 people
2 Hr
30 Min


1 pt
fresh blueberries (optional)
1 pt
fresh blackberries (optional)
1 pt
fresh raspberries(optional)
4 small
kiwi's (optional)
4 c
powdered sugar
1 large
pillsburry sugar cookie dough
4 Tbsp
milk or heavy cream
1 c
butter, unsalted
1/4 tsp
2-3 Tbsp
lemon juice, fresh or lime juice


1pre-heat oven to 350*.

roll out Pillsbury cookie dough onto a half sheet, cookie sheet, (i grease mine so it's easier to dish the pizza once it's cooked)

bake til golden brown, and Not doughy. Remove from oven and let cool. 30-45 mins
2I a large mixing bowel. Take powered suger,butter(room temp)and milk and mix together til smooth, add anywhere from 1 Tbl to 4 Tbl. of fresh lemon or lime juice. ( i love alot of lemon, i usally add 4 Tbl.) your perferance. set in frige while washing your fresh fruit.
3take all the fresh fruit you wish to put on your pizza, and rinse well with water, even the Kiwi's.
Place on a stack of paper towels, to absorb all the water.

Once fruit is well rinsed and dried, remove powered sugar mixture from the frige, and smooth over the sugar cookie. (might have about 1/2 C. of frosting left over.) Then place your fruit over the whole sugar cookie and place in the frige til ready to eat.

About Fruit Pizza

Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy
Hashtags: #Fruit, #Pizza, #FRESH