"It is a pizza made with a crisp rice crust, chocolate sauce, fruit and whip cream. It's great for camping and birthdays. I love it!" — Katie
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crisp rice cereal
unsweetened cocoa powder
banana, peeled and sliced
kiwis, peeled and chopped
1 1/2 teaspoons
Excellent presentation! Also delicious! Will make again & again!
This fruit pizza had a fun twist with the rice crisp crust and chocolate sauce. I thought it was good, but not GREAT. If you make this be sure to keep it refrigerated until serving time, or the chocolate sauce gets watery & the fruit will melt into it. Overall I'd say this recipe is worth a try!
YUMMY is definitely what this recipe is!!!! Instead of kiwi, I used fresh blueberries from my garden. 32 marshmallows equals 1/2 the bag. Make sure not to leave the butter and marshmallows while melting on the stove because it will burn quickly. Also, to press the marshmallow mixture on the pan I used the back of a large measuring metal cup sprayed with pam (this makes for an even 1/2" - 3/4" crust). Hubby was not fond of the cocoa powder in the cream cheese filling. Next time I *will* leave out the cocoa powder. For the cream cheese filling I used Bonnie's fruit dip-halved recipe, plus 4 oz. of cream cheese and only 1 cup of confectioner's sugar (it was more than enough, and it was all I had). Can't wait to make this for the kids friends...great way to get them to eat their fresh fruits!!!
Wow, yummmmmy!!! This was my Father's Day dessert I made for my amazing man and friends of ours who are expecting their first baby any day now!! Everyone loved it and it was all eaten up!
CHANGES ~ I didn't add anything to the top. (no jam, no whipping cream) or anything....just added the fruit and that was it!
Thanks for the pic! When I printed the recipe, there was no pic...so I was "guessing" what it was supposed to look like! ;-)
This recipe was wonderful. I did have to use 2 1/2 Tablespoons of Whipping Cream instead of the 2 teaspoons it recommended. I made it the night before and the bananas didn't even turn brown - Thanks to that Apricot jam. This was wonderful! Everyone at work was fighting over who would get the last piece! This is definitely a "keeper" recipe.
Fantastic!! I used choco dyna bites for the cereal in the crust. The color is stunning against the fruit and looks very exotic. Also used whipped cream out of a can right before serving..
My kids request this every time, a real winning recipe. Thanks a bunch!
This tasted great but was kind of messy. I used the apricot jam, but it didn't keep my fruit from turning brown. Maybe I diluted it too much. But... definitely one of the more unique and best tasting fruit pizza I have had.
This was so easy to make. It tastes worderful and looks amazing. Instead of dropping the whipped cream onto the pizza I sort of drizzled it. Very Pretty!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Fruit Pizza
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 102
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