Fruit Pizza

Do you love pizza?  Do you even eat cold pizza for breakfast?  If you do then, you are definitely a diehard pizza fan and this pin is for you!

I pinned this beautiful Fruit Pizza from Weddings Illustrated  to share on this blog but was a little leary about making it because I already have a fabulous Fruit Pizza recipe.  You know how there are maybe 3-4 things in your recipe arsenal that whenever you bring it to a function that you will be asked for the recipe?   One of the recipes that I am always asked for is for Lipton Onion Potatoes which actually is being featured over at today!  Another recipe that I am asked for is my Cream Cheese Cutout Cookies, which you will have to wait for as it will be in an upcoming post!  The third recipe that I am always asked for is for this Fruit Pizza!

Well, when I clicked through to the pin that I had pinned, there was no recipe attached so…. DARN….I am just going to have to use my own recipe.  Woot!

And right now is the perfect time to make this Fruit Pizza because so much of the fruit is available fresh.  Isn’t this gorgeous?

How could you resist this baby?  Plus this is good for you…right?  I mean look at all of the fruit packed on top of this!  Let’s just forget about the whipped cream, cream cheese and cookie crust below it.  We’re supposed to accentuate the positive, aren’t we?  {{wink wink}}

Make sure you try this soon.  Your family will love you for it!  And… I’ll bet that you get asked for the recipe!

Fruit Pizza
Recipe type: Dessert
  • 1 pkg yellow cake mix
  • ⅔ crushed graham crackers
  • ½ cup nuts - I used pecan
  • ½ softened butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 8oz package of cream cheese
  • ⅔ cup sugar
  • 2 cups whipping cream
  • Fruit of choice
  1. Heat oven to 350 degrees. In a large bowl, combine the cake mix, cracker crumbs, nuts and butter and mix at a low speed until crumbly. Blend in egg. Press mixture onto an ungreased 12 or 14 inch pizza pan. Bake at 350 for 12-15 or until golden brown. Cool. While cooling, make the filling.
  2. Filling:
  3. In a small bowl, beat cream cheese until fluffy. Gradually add sugar. Blend well. Beat in whipping cream until soft peaks form. Spread cream mixture on cooled crust. Arrange fruit as desired on top.
  4. Keep chilled until ready to serve.

Today’s Link Parties!

Craft-o-Maniac – Mad in Crafts – Artsy Fartsy Mama – Keeping it Simple – DIY Showoff – A Pinch of Joy – I Should Be Mopping the Floor – Flour me with Love – The Plaid and Paisley Kitchen – Lines Across – This Gal Cooks


  1. This looks absolutely scrumptious! The presentation is so beautiful! I LOVE fruit AND pizza! A perfect combination :)

    • Hey Jeni! Thanks so much for your comment. I’ve made three of these in the last week and they didn’t last long! Yummers! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  2. This looks delicious, but too pretty to eat!

    Lori @ a Bright and Beautiful Life

    • Hi Lori! Thanks so much for your kind comment. Doesn’t all this fruit look gorgeous? And so yummy too! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  3. i’ve never made one of these with a cake mix! what a great idea. i looove fruit pizzas in summer

    • Hi Carissa! If you love fruit pizza then you will love this! Thanks for stopping by! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  4. Jocelyn says:

    I would like to make this for our Fourth of July celebration. Is “1/2 softened butter” 1/2 cup butter? Also, how long will this keep? Can the leftovers be frozen? Thanks so much for sharing this delicious looking dessert!

    • Hi Jocelyn! Gah! Thank you so much for that catch! Yes it is 1/2 cup softened butter and I have updated the recipe. I don’t know if it can be frozen, the fruit will probably shrivel and dry but I’m not sure you will have any leftovers to freeze! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  5. This looks amazing and perfect for the upcoming holiday weekend!
    I just shared it on my FB page!
    Thanks for linking up to Monday Funday!! Hope your week is Extraordinary!

    • Diane! Thanks so much for the kind comment. Have a great Memorial Day Weekend! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  6. Maria Terraza says:

    Thanks, look’s delicious, I’ll make it. For coffee time..

    • Hi Maria! I promise that you won’t be disappointed! Thanks for stopping by! Deb – The Oldest Sister

  7. I will try this fruit pizza for graduation party..Sounds so scumpious! Looks great too!

    • Hi Cathy, I promise that you won’t be disappointed! Happy Graduation! Deb – The Oldest Sister


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