Fruit pizza

This recipe is simply delicious and it's a wonderful summer treat. It's a great dessert to bring to your next cookout.

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You will need:

1 (16 1/2 oz) pkg. sugar cookie dough, for a large pizza pan use 2 pkgs. of dough

3/4 cup powdered sugar

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

2 packages cream cheese (8 oz. each), softened

1 package Cool Whip (8 oz.)

For the fruit, we recommend kiwi, strawberries, blueberries, tangerines, blackberries, bananas and pineapple, but any fresh fruit will do

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Cut dough into 1/4" thick pieces.

Lay it down on a greased pizza pan and press dough together.

Bake 350 degrees F for 10 mins or until lightly browned and let cool.

Mix sugar, vanilla and cream cheese in a bowl.

Fold in Cool Whip.

Spread on Cooled Crust and then apply fruit.

Chill for one hour and enjoy!

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