Pretzel Fruit Pizza

Pretzel Fruit Pizza

"'I created this recipe while working as an independent kitchen consultant for a national company,' writes Bethany Perry of South Hamilton, Massachusetts. 'With just 3 years experience cooking for my husband and our children, I still consider myself a novice.'"
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50 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine pretzels and sugar; mix well. Cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Press into a 14-in. pizza pan. Bake at 375 degrees F for 8-10 minutes or until set. Cool on a wire rack; refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, in a bowl, combine milk, lime juice and peel. Fold in whipped topping; spread over crust. Cover and chill. Top with fruit just before serving.

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Great! Just made these for block party and they were gobbled up. I followed the recipe exactly (except used whole container of cool whip). Next time, I think I will do just chopped strawberri...

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a very crumbly crust. I've made a similar crust before with better results. maybe the butter to dry ingredients ratio is a little off...

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Great! Just made these for block party and they were gobbled up. I followed the recipe exactly (except used whole container of cool whip). Next time, I think I will do just chopped strawberri...

Great alternative to a cookie crust! I let my kids crush the pretzels in baggies, with plastic hammers- it's very efficient and quick! My crust didn't hold together until after it had cooled- ...

a very crumbly crust. I've made a similar crust before with better results. maybe the butter to dry ingredients ratio is a little off...

This is the best fruit pizza recipe I have tried! Everyone loves it. The pretzel crust stays crunchy even after it is topped!

Made this for my Bible Study and everyone loved it! The hint of lime flavor is great. I just used strawberries, and it was still a hit. I also used a 12 inch pizza pan, and the thick crust wa...

I would give this more stars if possible. I made this for my boyfriend's daughter's second birthday party. She just loves fruit. It was a big hit with everybody. We topped it with strawberri...

Mmmm! We loved the pretzel crust. I coarsely crushed my prezels in my food processor. As long as you just pulse it, the pretzels will still have crunch. I topped it with strawberries, bluebe...

This is WONDERFUL! We have made it a Christmas tradition. Last year we put Kiwi, Pineapple, Mandarin Oranges and a few maraschinl cherries on top. It was beautiful. And, it kept well!

Wonderful crust. So nice to have an alternative to the typical sugar cookie. The topping was easy to make and delicious. The only negative was the time it took to crush the pretzels. I will have...

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