Friday, July 13, 2007

Mini Fruit Pizzas

These were served at our wedding reception and are an easy, fancy-looking dessert.

First, make sugar cookie dough and bake large cookies (we used a full cookie scoop). Since we had the Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix from the S'mores recipe, we used that tonight, making the drop cookies and baking at 375 for 10 minutes.Cool.

Spread cream cheese stuff on cookies (beat this all together until fluffy):
8 oz. cream cheese (fat free didn't work--low fat is great)
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 t. vanilla
1/4 t. lemon juice

Then put fresh fruit on top--placing any fruit that might brown in lemon juice or fruit fresh if you might not eat them all in the next few minutes :)

Refrigerate leftovers in an airtight container. Makes 2 dozen mini pizzas.


Heather said...

These are cute. That selection of fruit looks fun. I need to find some yummy peaches this year. I love a good peach. I'm so bad at making homemade sugar cookies. The bag kind is so simple, I just go that route.

Carol said...

Thanks, Amy, for this recipe. We're making them tonight, and we're so excited! It's a perfect summer treat.

Heather said...

Ok - I bought nectarines, frozen raspberries (we'll see if they work) - the fresh were too expensive here), a kiwi, and peaches. I need to let them ripen a bit and then I want to try these out.

Amy D. said...

That pretty little tray is broken now (sniff, sniff!). At least I got some pretty pictures of it.