Total Time
Prep 25 mins
Cook 12 mins

This recipe is so delicious. It's also super easy. It's a huge hit with kids. Enjoy!!!! Krystal

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Roll out cookie dough flat onto a prepared greased cookie sheet.
  2. Bake by instructions.
  3. This is very good with a chewy texture.
  4. Be sure not to overbake.
  5. Mix with a mixer cream cheese, powdered sugar, and milk.
  6. Spread this on top of cooled cookie.
  7. Slice all fruits as thick as you like.
  8. Drop randomly, or you can decorate with your toppings.
  9. Chill or serve immediately.
Most Helpful

This was over the top sweet! Next time I will try pizza crust or cookie crust with just a little sugar in the cream cheese. It would also be good for those on sugar restricted diets to use pizza crust and sugar substitute in cream cheese. Also, the cookie crust didn't keep well in the fridge (it became soggy) so if you are not planning to take the pizza to a party where the whole pizza might be eaten, you might want to make little "pizzas" and put the cream cheese "sauce" and fruit on each time. P.S. For July 4th, I am going to make a square one for a party and put blueberries for the stars and strawberries for the stripes to make a flag. Just like with cakes, the skies the limit on decorating for holidays. Thanks Krystal for the recipe! I have been looking for this one for awhile.

jacampbell June 17, 2002

Easy and really pretty! I let my kids decorate it, which they enjoyed, though it didn't turn out as pretty as it could have. My cookie bottom got really crispy, not my favorite, so next time I'll shorten the cooking time. I also agree you need to go ahead and finish it when you make it because the crust does get soggy in the fridge. Simple!

Barenaked Chef July 25, 2012

Absolutely amazing!! It was a big hit!

hlorenczak April 15, 2010