Holly Berry Fruit Pizza

If you are looking for a dessert that will hit the spot, and leave others wanting more, look no further!  This recipe is absolutely delicious and full of flavor.  Fruit pizza is one of my favorite desserts!  It is made up of a soft, moist, sugar cookie crust, topped with a cream cheese glaze, and then piled high with fresh fruit!  Does anything sound more delicious?  This recipe is so addicting that there have been times I consumed the entire pan without even realizing it! :)  The best part about this fruit pizza recipe is that it is so simple to make, and turns out perfect every time.  It will surely be a recipe that you will make over and over again for any occasion!

I decided to make this fruit pizza for an upcoming holiday party because I knew it would be the perfect dessert to please any crowd.  I decorated the fruit pizza in festive holly berry pattern.  To bake the sugar cookie I used the Camp Chef Cast Iron Pizza Pan.  This pan worked perfectly!   The cookie turned out absolutely amazing.  It was cooked evenly throughout, with golden brown edges.  The entire cookie was moist, soft, and chewy.


Sugar Cookie Dough:

  • I used the Holiday Sugar Cookie Bars recipe, but you can use your favorite sugar cookie recipe, or store bought sugar cookie dough.
  • The Holiday Sugar Cookie Bar Recipe filled the pizza pan perfectly.


  • 8 Ounces Softened Cream Cheese
  • 8 Ounces Cool Whip
  • 2 Teaspoons Vanilla
  • ½ Cup Powdered Sugar


  • 1 Box of Strawberries
  • 3 Medium Kiwis
  • Or Fruit of Your Choice


Prepare sugar cookie dough per recipe.

Grease cast iron pizza pan, and fill it with the sugar cookie dough.  You will want to press the dough into the pan and ensure it covers the entire surface

Bake the dough as directed per sugar cookie recipe until the edges are golden brown.

Combine the cream cheese, cool whip, vanilla, and powdered sugar, and mix until smooth.

Frost the sugar cookie with the entire frosting mixture.

Cut up desired fruit for the pizza.  I used strawberries and kiwis to make the holly berries, but you can use your favorite fruit.  Possible options are peaches, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, pineapple, bananas, kiwis, apples, and oranges.  For best results use fruit that is in season.  This way you can enjoy this recipe numerous times of the year with the freshest, juiciest fruit available.


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