Fruit pizza

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I feel very excited to post this recipe, as this was one of the fancy ideas that struck my brain last night. After an early dinner last night, we started watching a movie, I saw my husband sitting uncomfortable on the recliner, I even saw him going to the kitchen and opening the refrigerator for couple of times. When I asked about what made him uncomfortable, he humbly answered that he wanted something to sweeten up his mouth. I felt so sweet of him and wanted to make something sweet for him immediately. We paused the movie and I went into the kitchen. I checked my pantry for any instant dessert mixes as I used to stack up instant pudding mix, yoplait etc. But this time I couldn’t find anything. Only thing I had was frozen Pillsbury pizza dough. Also my refrigerator was stacked up with all kind of fruits from my last shopping. Suddenly an idea struck my brain, since I had pizza dough and fruits, I have to whip up some dessert out of this. Luckily, I also had a can of Betty crocker vanilla frosting which I had bought for decorating a cake, but hadn’t used yet. My brain started to work sharply and I thought if I spread the frosting on the pizza dough and top it with fruits, I would have a fruit pizza and that would make a quick and fancy dessert. Not a bad idea after all huh? Couldn’t wait for any second thoughts, thawed the pizza dough and first I baked the pizza crust for 15 minutes, according to the instruction on it. Then I allowed the pizza crust to cool down and spread it with the frosting and topped with Kiwi, watermelon, apples and grapes.

I placed it on the dining table and called my husband for the fruit pizza feast. He was little doubtful about this idea of mine, I then sliced the pizza with his favorite fruits on it. As soon as he took a bite of it, I saw his eyes widen and with the pizza in his mouth he said wow it tastes so good. I was relieved and I took a bite of it too, I couldn’t believe myself it tasted really delicious. Since I used thin crusted pizza, it was really crispy and the frosting melted into the pizza crust and gave it a real creamy taste. Along with the fruits it tasted like a million dollar dessert.

Ingredients:

  • Frozen Pillsbury Pizza dough-1 (I used thin crust)
  • Betty crocker vanilla frosting- for spreading on the pizza, depending upon your needs
  • Fruits- kiwi, apples, grapes, watermelon, or your choice fruits

Instruction

  • If using frozen pizza dough, thaw it first
  • Bake the pizza crust as per the instruction on the box, I baked for 15minutes in 400F.
  • Take out of the oven and let cool for sometime.
  • Spread the frosting on the pizza crust.
  • Top it with fruits, in a pattern.
  • Place it on the table without slicing, so that everyone can slice the pizza with their choice of fruit.

PS: This morning my husband was searching the refrigerator for any leftovers, I think he forgot how many slices he himself  had last night.

Tips:

  • You can use any kind of frosting with your favorite flavor.
  • You could even substitute whipping cream for the frosting.
  • Use your favorite fruits as the topping.

 

Fruit pizza
 
Ingredients
  • Frozen Pillsbury Pizza dough-1 (I used thin crust)
  • Betty crocker vanilla frosting- for spreading on the pizza, depending upon your needs
  • Fruits- kiwi, apples, grapes, watermelon, or your choice fruits
Instructions
  1. If using frozen pizza dough, thaw it first
  2. Bake the pizza crust as per the instruction on the box, I baked for 15minutes in 400F.
  3. Take out of the oven and let cool for sometime.
  4. Spread the frosting on the pizza crust.
  5. Top it with fruits, in a pattern.
  6. Place it on the table without slicing, so that everyone can slice the pizza with their choice of fruit.
Notes
You can use any kind of frosting with your favorite flavor.
You could even substitute whipping cream for the frosting.
Use your favorite fruits as the topping.

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