I madethis for a playgroup party and everyone (including the kids) loved it. I did not add the coconut or pecans to it and it was still great. I used whatever fruit I could find- kiwi, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, grapes and it was great. The crust is awesome and so easy. I made the crust the night before and covered it with plastic wrap. Definitely a great fresh recipe!
What can I say? DELISH! The only change I made was to use kiwi fruit instead of mangoes, and left off the coconut. Even my picky husband had several pieces! Thanks so much for posting.
I made this for a friends party in a 9x12 pan and it was gone in about 10 minutes. Not everyone got to try it. It was perfect. I just received an email from a friend that was told by a person that was there that they want this receipe. 5 star rating. I suggest making a double batch.
Rich and Delicious! I don't think I would served this for Breakfast like I thought I could, This for me is definetly to be used as a Dessert with a hot cup of coffee! Just Delightful!
I made my own marshmallow fluff and used snickerdoodle dough (couldn't find sugar if you can believe that!). The cookie dough was that break-n-bake sort and didn't want to roll out in a circular shape, so it looked haphazardish, but the taste was divine. Let me just rave about the marshmallow-cream cheese mixture. Mmmmm! I had some left over that I've been dipping left-over fruit into and scarfing. I used low-fat cream cheese and it worked out well. Good for me cuz I can't stop eating this lucious pizza. Thanks for making this, Cavorting Chefs. We certainly enjoyed the heck out of it!
The only thing I did different was use kiwi's instead of mangoes. A very nice sweet treat and the kids loved it too! Thank you Nick's Mom, I still hold the title of Best Cooker Auntie!!
Delicious pizza! I wasn't to sure about the marshmallow fluff, since I've never used it. Both my husband and daughter yummed themselves through their pieces. :)