Adult Crafts

Flag fruit pizza

Posted on July 1, 2021

This recipe is perfect for your 4th of July party or just to make at home for you and your family. It is so tasty + so easy!


    • 1 dry pint fresh blueberries
    • 12 oz fresh raspberries
    • 2/3 cup sugar
    • 1 package sugar cookie dough, refrigerated
    • 8 oz cool whip, thawed
    • 8 oz cream cheese
    • mixing bowl
    • hand mixer
    • round cookie sheet
    • pastry bag and tip
    • spatula

Step 1: Gather and ready your materials


Set out cream cheese and cool whip to soften. Preheat the oven to the specifications on the cookie packaging. Arrange the cookie dough on the cookie sheet in an even layer. You don’t want to make it too thin or it won’t hold up to the weight of the ingredients. Shape it into a neat circle and bake it.

Step 2: Mix ingredients


Put cream cheese in a bowl and mix it. Add in sugar and cool whip and cream it all together.

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Step 3: Spread the mixture


Spread a thin layer of the cream cheese mixture all over the cookie – make sure you save at least half of this mixture to ice between the stripes later.


Step 4: Add blueberries


Add blueberries all around the edge of the cookie. Then add a line of blueberries coming from the left and a line coming from the top that connect in the top left and fill with more blueberries to represent the star section of the flag.


Step 5: Add raspberries

Start a line of raspberries at the top. Space them out and make more lines of raspberries with white space in between. It’s good to space out your lines with one or two raspberries before doing a whole row so you can make sure they’re all even before putting all of the raspberries out. 


Step 7: Add the leftover cream cheese mixture between the rows

After all of your raspberries are out, fill the pastry bag with the rest of the cream cheese mix and ice the space between the raspberry lines.


Step 8: Eat & Enjoy!


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