Try this semi-homemade fruit pizza on a soft sugar cookie and topped with creamy, cream cheese frosting today! It’s the best quick and easy summertime dessert!

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If you’re looking for a light, fresh summer treat that’s super easy to whip up, you can’t do better than individual sugar cookie fruit pizzas. Not only will kids love eating them, they’ll also love to help make them!

Customize them with your favorite seasonal fruit or serve them for a kid’s party and let everyone assemble their own mini dessert pizzas.

fruit pizza cookies on a plate

Yes, I’m sharing my favorite semi-homemade recipe for Fruit Pizza that you can have made in no time!

To get started, just pick up some store-bought sugar cookies from the bakery for about $4 a box OR make my amazing Sugar Cookie Recipe or Homemade Lofthouse Cookies from scratch – either way, this cookie recipe will be amazing!

fruit pizza ingredients on a table


See recipe card below this post for ingredient quantities and full instructions.

  • Sugar cookies – Either store-bought, refrigerated sugar cookie dough or homemade sugar cookies from scratch
  • Cream cheese – The cream cheese is whipped into a light, fluffy topping.
  • Marshmallow fluff – Instead of adding liquid, sugar, and vanilla to the cream cheese to make it sweet and spreadable, this recipe uses marshmallow fluff as a shortcut.
  • Fruit – Use whatever you like and whatever is in season. My kids like berries, kiwi, and mandarin oranges.
Try this semi-homemade fruit pizza on a soft sugar cookie crust and topped with a cream cheese frosting today! It's the best quick and easy Easter Dessert!

How to Make Individual Fruit Pizza

  1. Make the Whipped Cream Cheese: Assuming your sugar cookies are ready to go, the first step in this recipe is to whip the cream cheese until it’s light and fluffy, then incorporate the marshmallow fluff.
  2. Top the Sugar Cookies: Spread the cream cheese mixture onto each of the sugar cookies.
  3. Decorate: Place the fruit onto the cream cheese topping, then serve.
hands holding fruit pizza

Quick Tip

Less is more when it comes to toppings! Don’t go overboard and add all of the fruit to the mini sugar cookie pizzas. It will overwhelm the flavor and get all mushy.

How To Store Leftover Fruit Pizza

Any leftover fruit pizza can be stored in the refrigerator. To keep the sugar cookies from getting soggy, store all of the pieces individually. Keep the cookies separate from the frosting and then top with fruit when ready to eat.


What kind of fruit can you put on fruit pizza?

Any kind of fruit will work on the toppings. Some of my favorites to add include berries, kiwi, and mandarin oranges. You can also use whatever is in season like cherries or mangoes.

What is the difference between a fruit tart and a fruit pizza?

The crust and filling are major differences when it comes to a fruit tart and a fruit pizza. A tart tends to have a shortbread crust and a pastry cream base, while a fruit pizza is made from a sugar cookie and topped with a cream cheese topping.

How can I get the fruit to lay flat on my cookie?

The best way to get the fruit flat for a beautiful pizza topping is to slice everything in half. This will make the fruit easier to work with and allow for stunning decoration.

Try this semi-homemade fruit pizza on a soft sugar cookie crust and topped with a cream cheese frosting today! It's the best quick and easy Easter Dessert!

Fruit Pizza

Try this semi-homemade fruit pizza on a soft sugar cookie crust and topped with a cream cheese frosting today! 
4.38 from 8 votes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 12 cookies
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • 1 dozen store bought or homemade sugar cookies
  • 1 8 oz cream cheese
  • 1 small jar marshmallow cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract


  • Bake cookies as directed if using homemade.
  • Soften cream cheese on the counter for 30 minutes.
  • When soft, add cream cheese to a bowl and beat until smooth.
  • Add marshmallow cream and mix well.
  • Add vanilla extra and stir again.
  • Top cookies with cream cheese mixture and fruit of your choice. I like blueberries, mandarin oranges, raspberries, and kiwi for a rainbow of color!


Calories: 73kcal | Protein: 1g | Fat: 7g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Cholesterol: 23mg | Sodium: 68mg | Potassium: 29mg | Vitamin A: 285IU | Calcium: 21mg | Iron: 0.1mg
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For over 15 years, Kasey Schwartz, the mastermind behind All Things Mamma, has been the ultimate go-to for mouthwatering family recipes. Her work has been featured on, Buzz Feed, Better Homes and Gardens, and more, making her your go-to mom next door for all things delicious and family-friendly.


  1. 5 stars
    This turned out so good!!!

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