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A great fun and easy recipe to bake with kids. They'll enjoy making it almost as much as they'll enjoy eating it! Makes two 'pizzas' of 8 slices each.

Hampshire, England, UK

10 people made this

IngredientsMakes: 2 'pizzas'

  • 125g (4 1/2 oz) softened butter or margarine
  • 125g (4 1/2 oz) caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 200g (7 oz) plain flour
  • 2 tablespoons milk, or as needed
  • 4 heaped teaspoons smooth strawberry or raspberry jam
  • 100g (3 1/2 oz) white chocolate, grated
  • sweets to decorate (e.g. mini marshmallows)

MethodPrep:20min ›Cook:15min ›Ready in:35min

  1. Preheat oven to 200 C / Gas 6.
  2. Cream together the butter and sugar until smooth and fluffy. Mix in the vanilla extract, and then the flour. Gradually add enough milk to make a smooth but not sticky dough.
  3. Divide the dough between two round Victoria sandwich tins (silicone tins work well; if using metal ones you will need to grease and line them first.) Using floured hands, squash the dough into the pans so that it covers the base completely, right the way to the edges.
  4. Bake in the preheated oven for 10 to 15 minutes until starting to brown around the edges - the dough should still feel soft. Remove from the oven and place the tins on a wire rack to cool a little.
  5. When the cookie bases are cool enough to handle, but still warm, they're ready for decorating. It's easiest to do this while they're still in the tins. Put 2 teaspoons jam on each base and spread it all over with the back of a spoon - this is to represent the 'tomato sauce'. Sprinkle grated white chocolate all over them to represent cheese; then decorate however you like (we used mini marshmallows, chocolate chips and Smarties®, but you could also use fudge pieces, Maltesers®, chocolate buttons, Rolos® or anything you fancy).
  6. Use a pizza cutter to cut your 'pizzas' into eight slices each. (This is best done when they're still slightly warm.) Then enjoy!


I made this recipe with my three and four year-old boys, so it should be simple enough for children of almost any age to enjoy making! As the cookie dough does not contain any raw egg, it's safe for little ones and mums-to-be too!

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Reviews in English (2)

So easy make ,though had no plain white flour so used plain whole meal just as gd well impressed will be making this with grandkids soon.-27 Feb 2017

It looks really good!!-08 Nov 2015

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Cookie "Pizza"

Any way you slice it, this "pie" is a good time waiting to happen.

nonstick cooking spray, for baking sheet

16.5 oz. tube refrigerated sugar-cookie dough

Spreads and toppings of your choice (see Tips section below for combinations)

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line large cookie sheet with foil and spray with nonstick cooking spray.
  2. Take refrigerated sugar-cookie dough and knead all-purpose flour into it until combined. With hands, roll dough into ball, then pat into disk. Place disk in center of cookie sheet. With rolling pin, roll dough into 11-inch round. Bake 20 to 25 minutes. or until edges are golden brown.
  3. While crust bakes, set out spreads and toppings (see below). While "Pizza" is still warm, use pizza cutter or large chef's knife to cut into 8 wedges. Top entire pie with your favorite spread and topping, or treat as a palette, letting your budding artists create a different flavor for each wedge.

Tips & Techniques

Spreads and Toppings:

1. Lowfat vanilla yogurt, strawberries, and almonds 2. Hazelnut-chocolate spread and mini marshmallows 3. Raspberry jam and butterscotch chips 4. Hazelnut-chocolate spread and heart sprinkles 5. Raspberry jam, pecans, and mini chocolate chips 6. Nut butter, bananas, and dried cranberries 7. Lowfat vanilla yogurt, toasted coconut, and chocolate shavings 8. Sunflower seed butter, raspberries, and granola

Why You’ll Love This Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza

  • Simple to make
  • Soft and chewy centers
  • Crisp, buttery edges
  • Fun to decorate
  • Quick– no cookie dough chilling
  • Feeds a crowd
  • Easy to serve
  • Great for birthdays

No Eggs and no Flax Seeds!

When I first made this recipe, I used ground up flax seeds as an egg replacer.

I did that a lot because I was just starting out with vegan baking and didn&rsquot know a lot about the science-y stuff.

Without eggs, I thought flaxseeds were my only option!

I sometimes use them in my other cookie recipes, because it acts as a great binder and stops them from falling apart.

But someone recently commented on my YouTube video asking if they could make this recipe without flax seeds.

I figured that since this cookie is supposed to be eaten warm with a spoon, it wouldn&rsquot matter too much if it didn&rsquot have a super strong binder.

So I completely changed the recipe to (almost) match my more recent cookie recipes, removed the flax seeds and added a tiny splash of plant-based milk.

To my absolute delight, it worked really well! So there&rsquos no need for any seeds in the recipe now!

Of course, that meant a complete revamp of the whole post, images and video too but I really hope you&rsquoll enjoy the changes to the recipe!

It may not taste exactly like the Pizza Hut version but as far as I can remember (it&rsquos been about 5 years!), it&rsquos pretty close. Let me know your opinion!

Either way, it&rsquos definitely a lot tastier than my previous recipe. After all, it&rsquos a skillet cookie! It&rsquos going to be delicious either way!

Want more vegan cookie recipes? Try these:

Check out my round-up post of the best ever vegan desserts.

This recipe is the perfect amount for 4-8 people (depending on your serving size).

I say sharing because it tastes the best when it&rsquos still warm, fresh from the oven.

So unless you have a HUGE sweet tooth, make sure you&rsquove got a few people to help you eat it!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza Recipe:

Exact measurements and printable version of this recipe at the bottom of this page.

Ingredients & Equipment

  • butter, softened
  • white sugar
  • brown sugar
  • vanilla
  • eggs
  • all purpose flour
  • salt
  • baking soda
  • chocolate chips

Equipment: electric beaters, pizza pan or pizza stone (I use a 14.5 inch pizza stone most times).

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How to make Easy Fruit Pizza Recipe:

2. Grease a pizza pan with nonstick cooking spray. Spread dough into prepared pan. I like to put my hand into a sandwich bag and spray the bag with cooking spray and press the dough into the pan. You may need to add additional cooking spray to the bag on your hand as you spread the dough.

3. Bake for 10-12 minutes or until golden brown and center is set. Cool completely.

4. Beat cream cheese, sugar and cream together until smooth with a hand mixer. Spread onto cookie.

5. Top with sliced strawberries, blueberries, sliced kiwi and orange sections. (Tip: Use a Strawberry Slicer to get even slices.)

6. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Cut into pizza size slices and serve.

Easy Fruit Pizza Recipe

This easy fruit pizza recipe from scratch includes a homemade cookie dough "crust," fantastic cream cheese "sauce" and topped with fresh juicy fruit.

Tip: For a quick crust, use one package of ready made sugar cookie dough rolled out to fit a pizza pan.

Use an assortment of fresh fruit such as bananas, peaches, blueberries, kiwi, pineapple, and strawberries.

Easy Fruit Pizza Recipe

1/2 cup butter, softened
3/4 cup white sugar
1 egg
1-1/4 cups flour
1 tsp cream of tartar
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp salt

1 (8oz) pkg cream cheese, softened
2 cups whipped cream, recipe below
1/2 cup white sugar
1 TBS pure vanilla extract

PREHEAT oven to 375 degrees.

In a large bowl, cream together the butter and 3/4 cup sugar until smooth. Mix in egg. combine the flour, cream of tartar, baking soda and salt stir into the creamed mixture until just blended. Press dough into an ungreased pizza pan.

Bake in oven for 8 to 10 minutes, or until lightly browned. Cool.

In a large bowl, beat cream cheese with 1/2 cup sugar and vanilla until light. Spread on cooled crust. Arrange desired fruit on top of filling, and chill.

When the crust is baking, grab a large bowl and mix together the vanilla, powdered sugar and cream cheese. Fold in the Cool Whip. Spread on the completely cooled cookie crust. Cut up the fruit and arrange as the "toppings." Chill for one hour. A wonderful fresh fruit pizza recipe.

NOTE: Another great way to make this is using the rectangular pan is to use blueberries and strawberries to make an American flag. Use the blueberries as stars and strawberries as stripes. You may want to keep this easy fruit pizza recipe under lock and key. many will request it.


Beat above ingredients together until it forms soft peaks. Use for the recipe "sauce."

Does this sound familiar - "What? I have to bring a dessert in 1 hour?" (it does for me) So for this easy fruit pizza recipe you can "cheat" and use Pillsbury Sugar Cookie dough and Cool Whip. I know, but it is a lot easier and saves time when you need a dessert fast.

2 (16-1/2oz) pkgs Pillsbury Sugar Cookie dough
1/2 cup powdered sugar, sifted
2 tsp pure vanilla extract
2 (8oz) pkgs cream cheese, softened
1 (8oz) tub of Cool Whip

Fresh Fruit: bananas, kiwi, strawberries, grapes, pineapple, mandarin oranges and canned peaches.

IMPORTANT TIP: Dunk the bananas in peach syrup to prevent browning.

PREHEAT oven to 350 degrees, grease a pizza pan or cookie sheet.

Slice the cookie dough into 1/4" pieces. Lay them on a greased pan and press them together until it forms one large "cookie." Bake for ten minutes or until light golden brown. Cool completely.

When the crust is baking, grab a large bowl and mix together the vanilla, powdered sugar and cream cheese. Fold in the Cool Whip. Spread on the completely cooled cookie crust. Cut up the fruit and arrange as the "toppings." Chill for one hour.

NOTE: Another great way to make this is using the rectangular pan is to use blueberries and strawberries to make an American flag. Use the blueberries as stars and strawberries as stripes.

Use peanut butter cookie dough as "crust."  Then for the "sauce," you may add a couple tablespoons of peanut butter.  Toppings?  How does chopped Reese's peanut butter cups and chocolate sauce sound? delicious.  The possibilities are endless.

No-Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

This recipe was created for folks who can't help but sneak spoonfuls of raw cookie dough batter before it heads into the oven. That being said, I'm excited to share this no-bake recipe that's 100% safe to eat raw (no eggs lurking inside) and will most definitely satisfy your sweet tooth. Plus, it's made with healthy — and surprising — ingredients you probably already have stocked in your pantry.

Get the recipe here.

Joy Bauer's Zucchini Chips

These are addictive. Say hello to a delicious alternative to potato chips. They're light on calories but loaded with flavor and a satisfying crunch. This is an ideal way to take advantage of zucchini during their prime season, right now. The secret to getting them extra crispy is cooking them low and slow in a convection oven set on low heat for about an hour. Also, making sure you slice 'em nice and thin you can use a sharp knife or a mandolin if you're feeling fancy (just watch your fingers!). Move over spuds — there's a new chip in town.

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    1. Preheat oven to 350°F. Butter and flour 12-inch-diameter pizza pan. Cut cookie-dough roll crosswise into 1/3-inch-thick slices arrange on prepared pan. Using wet fingertips, press dough evenly into pan to form pizza crust.
    2. Bake crust until deep golden brown, about 15 minutes. Transfer to rack. Using edge of metal spatula, press in crust edges to form even round. Cool completely.
    3. Beat cream cheese in medium bowl until smooth. Beat in marshmallow creme. Spread filling evenly over crust, leaving 1/2-inch plain border. (Crust with filling can be made 45 minutes ahead. Let stand at room temperature.) Top with fruit as desired drizzle with warm caramel sauce and serve.

    I made this with a scratch sugar cookie dough instead of the store-bought for a bunch of kids and they wouldn't touch it. It was "eh" at best.

    The marshmallow cream and caramel sauce are overkill. I'll make it again but with just a regular cream cheese frosting (no marshmallow). I'll skip the caramel sauce and just drizzle with sweetened lemon juice to keep the fruit looking fresh.

    Super tasty! I made this with condensed milk (instead of marshmallow cream) because that was what I had at the house. I also mixed crushed pineapples in with the cream cheese spread and used whipped cream cheese instead of the traditional. For fruit selection, I used strawberries, tart peaches, kiwis, and bananas and drizzled an warm apricot/pineapple preserve on top. My picky mother loved it!

    I don't know how anyone can claim in 2001 that they have an "entirely new dish" when my mom was making this back in ➅ - I think she got the recipe from one of those Pilsbury cookbooks, but who am I to judge. Skip the caramel sauce and add a warmed up glaze of orange marlemade to balance out the sweatness. I like to make mine in a jelly roll pan and use strawberries and blueberries for the 4th of July and make a Flag.

    Sugar cookie crust is practically good all by itself but when all of the ingredients are added it's pretty good. I could have done without the pineapple and the bananas, but they are nice for color and for taste. It's important to get sweet fruit or ripe fruit unless you like the tangyness or bitterness of unripe fruit. And the caramel isn't necessary.

    I use the sugar cookie dough but instead of the marshmallow cream use 1 cup of white chocolate chips for the 'sauce'. The glaze is orange juice thickened with cornstarch and you have a hit!

    I've been making fruit pizza since I was little, but my grandmother and I always used sweetened condensed milk instead of the marshmallow creme. It turns out wonderful!

    I was a little concerned about the "frosting" calling for marshmellow creme, but it definitely adds the sugar needed to balance the cream cheese. This is very easy to make and sure to be a hit at any gathering!

    we substituted cool whip for the marshmallow creme and put a little confectioners sugar. Then made a simple syrup with a touch of lemon juice. But we like it both ways

    I have always made this with melted orange or appricot jelly in place of the caramel. The jelly glazes keeps the fruit (especially bananas) from looking yucky

    This was perfect for my husband's birthday party when last minute I realized I had forgotten to prepare a dessert. I put strawberries, raspberries and blueberries on top. Be careful when you are cooling the cookie. It turned out surprisingly beautiful.

    I have a similair recipe from my aunt that has pleased many at our family reunions. Our version has an orange juice - lemon zest sauce that is poured over the top and chilled, allowing the fruit to gel into place. Mmm.

    This is a good recipe--be sure to use a name brand dough (there is a big differnce between it and store brand--less so for choc chip dough). If you like this, you should pick up a cookbook my daughter just got for me called COOKIE DOUGH DELIGHTS--the whole book is recipes made with choc chip & sugar dough (store bought) that you "doctor". Made a wonderful nectarine tart, blueberry crumble bars, and double-ginger choc chip cookies--all were great.

    Very simple to prepare, everyone always loves it. I make it every summer.

    This is a wonderful recipe to make everyonce in a while.I loved it!!It was nice to try somthing different & my family loved it.i would absoulutly make it again!! Thanks for the great recipe

    It was a hit at my kids' high school band awards banquet. wasn't a crumb left. My only complaint was that the caramel turned white and runny. but it was still delicious.

    This recipe gets a 2, but my variation gets a four! I put canned mandarin orange slices, pineapple, marschino cherries and kiwi on the pizza. Also, I leave out the marshmallow cream and drizzle an orange marmalade glaze over it all. (Orange marmalade jelly with a little bit of water). MMMMMM!


    This was definitely so-so. The crust cracked after baking, and I had a make-your-own-pizza bar, so people could put on the fruits they liked. Instead of caramel sauce, I gave guests a choice of chocolate frosting (as well as the marshmallow fluff.) There are many things I would make again before making this though.

    Got a variation of this recipe from my sister in Colorado and made it last night. An easier way to handle the cookie dough is to slice it into 1/4 inch rounds and just place them onto the pizza pan. No need to roll it out, as the circles fill in while baking. I underbaked it a bit, then let completely cool before spreading it with cream cheese. Although I just used regular softened cream cheese, the consensus was that it would be better sweetened, so next time will try it with the added sugar and possibly vanilla. For the glaze, I heated apple jelly and brushed it onto the fruit. Used sliced kiwi, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. A huge hit!

    I love this recipe! And I am so proud that I was able to make something so simple yet sooo yummy. Instead of cutting the dough and forming it with my fingers, I just rolled it out with my rolling pin right on the baking stone I used to bake it on (I used flour to keep it from sticking) Very simple and easy. A winner for sure!

    Very tasty, a little messy once cut, but still worth it!

    I can't believe this recipe has shown up here. My mother-in-law has made a take on this for years. We use sugar cookie dough, cream cheese, vanilla and sugar for the filling, favorite fruits and top with a glaze of melted preserves, apricot or peach. Very pretty, very delicious and never any left overs.

    Domino’s Cookies

    Another favourite in our house – we always used to end up ordering these cookies when we had a Domino’s Pizza, now we make them ourselves as it’s much cheaper and they are super quick and simple.

    1. Preheat the oven to the highest heat setting you have (for us this is gas mark 9) Let the oven get really, really hot!
    2. Split the remaining Cookie Dough into four pieces (I did 5 in the picture below as there was 5 of us – they were a bit smaller than usual)
    3. Shape the pieces into balls and the press down a little. They still need to be quite thick to prevent spreading and ensure they stay gooey in the middle.
    4. Place in the oven for 4-5 minutes. They cook really quickly so keep an eye on them! It might be worth setting a timer – I usually user Alexa for this.
    5. Remove from the oven, allow to cool a little and eat while still warm and gooey.

    Domino’s cookies are usually £3.99 a box – these homemade ones cost just £1.00 saving 75%.

    Where to Buy Cookie Dough

    Sainsbury’s also have their own version – it is ever so slightly more expensive per 100 grams but a bigger pack than the Asda one. Sainsbury’s Cookie Dough Block (300grams)

    Tesco Milk Chocolate Chip and Triple Chocolate both 300-gram packs and come it at the same price per 100 grams as Asda.

    Just-Rol also has their own version available at most big supermarkets. Personally I didn’t like this product at all but it is an option if none of the other cookie doughs are available.


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