Monday, June 20, 2022

Mini Fruit Pizzas




Come and sit with me on my patio,  and enjoy a mini fruit pizza. I always sit on my glider, which is to the left in the picture.  I have my lunch out here, and lately have been lighting some incense sticks that my youngest daughter-in-law let me try,  to keep the flies and mosquitos away.  They actually seem to work!  You probably remember this big star quilt that I made ages ago. 

My sister gave this Grace's teaware teacup.  I'm a seasonal teacup user!


My friend, Joy, gave this beautiful pitcher, when we first moved to Texas.  It's pottery made in Marshall, Texas. 


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Author: Kitty
Mini Fruit Pizzas

Mini Fruit Pizzas

These are so quick and easy and make perfect little treats.

Ingredients

  • 1 package of ready to bake Pillsbury sugar cookie dough
  • Cream cheese frosting, either home made or store bought
  • Assortment of fresh berries

Instructions

  1. Bake the sugar cookies according to package directions, and then let cool.
  2. Frost with your cream cheese frosting (I had some leftover homemade frosting in the fridge.
  3. Top with an array of fresh berries.
  4. Enjoy!


Thank you for your visit!  xo



20 comments:

  1. I love your red, white and blue vignette on your patio with your pretty quilted topper Kitty! I know it must be so peaceful to enjoy your lunch or tea by your waterfall. Your mini fruit pizzas are just the right size for a morning or afternoon treat. Hope you're staying cool. ♥

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  2. Oh Kitty, I definitely want to make these, so pretty and so easy! Your special spot is so perfect for relaxing, I love how you decorate it and set up different vignettes…it looks great decked out in red, white and blue! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
    Jenna

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  3. How adorable for the 4th of July or anytime!

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  4. Your mini fruit pizzas look great. That's a festive vignette to enjoy also. Have a good week, Kitty.

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  5. What a yummy looking sweet treat Kitty and so easy to make. I hope you have a nice week Kitty.

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  6. What a refreshing snack idea for tea time! And I LOVE the quilt and tea cup and pitcher. I love the theme of the red white and blue. This was a delightful little break for tea time. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  7. Love all the red, white and blue and those fruit pizzas sound delicious!

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  8. Beautiful post and yummy recipe! Hugs.

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  9. Love the red, white and blues. That tea cup is adorable too. The fruit pizza sounds so refreshing. I used to make veggie pizza a lot using the cream cheese but haven't in a while. I hope your week will be wonderfully blessed Kitty. Stay cool as you can. It's some kind of hot with humid temps here. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  10. A very festive look on your patio, Kitty, as you approach your country's celebration day. The pizza sounds delicious and easy to create. Love the teacup.

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  11. I'm a season teacup user too! That's how I justify my teacup collection. HA!

    Love this healthy fruit pizza! It reminds me of Dairy Queen's Treatzza Pizza Cakes.

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  12. Your patio seems to be a lovely place to sit on your glider and watch the summer days drift by. Such a special place. Your table setting brings a patriotic air. Love the quilt you fashioned, Kitty. Oh, and those mini fruit pizzas look delicious, and just the thing for a hot summer's day.

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  13. I like the idea of topping cookies with frosting and fruit Kitty! Great for the 4th of July:@)

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  14. Quick and easy little fruit pies. That's a wonderful treat for wonderful patio time. Love the idea of incense sticks to keep the bugs away! Your collections of teacups with your various decor items are always made so thoughtfully, Kitty. I love how you do this each week.

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  15. oh these little beauties are so simple and so elegant!

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  16. These look wonderful and so simple! What a beautiful presentation with the 'patriotic' berries!

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  17. Hi Kitty, such a lovely treat. I adore your teacup and the pitcher.. The red, white and blue is perfect. You have a wonderful place to dine outdoors. Happy Summer.

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  18. They look delicious and I'm sucker for a teacup with a design inside!!

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  19. Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday, 594. Hope you are having a great week and come back to see us soon!
    Miz Helen

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  20. The fruit pizzas look so good! Thank you for sharing with us. Sending hugs to you today, sweet friend. :)

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