Thursday, September 5, 2013

Mini Fruit Pizzas

What a crazy busy week this has been! Most importantly it is the first week of school here in Michigan.  My first grader has LOVED every minute of it so far! He quickly found his way around his new school and has made several new friends already.  To make the first week of school special, I wanted to make a new after-school treat for C. With the help of Immaculate Baking, it was super simple and didn't take much time at all!

Have any of you heard of Immaculate Baking? Immaculate Baking is best known for their delicious refrigerated baking dough; colorful American folk art packaging. With a fun variety of products, Immaculate Baking offers goodies made with high-quality organic and natural ingredients: Ready-to-Bake cookie (including gluten-free!), biscuit, scone, cinnamon roll, and crescent roll doughs.

I got the inspiration for this after-school snack from my previous recipe called Fruit Pizza.  Same idea, only this time in smaller, individual sized portions.

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1 pkg. Immaculate Baking Vanilla Sugar Cookie Dough (24 Cookies), baked according to directions on package

Mix Together: 4 oz. cream cheese and 1/2 c. powdered sugar

Spread cream cheese mixture onto cookies.

Dice up raspberries, strawberries, grapes, and blueberries (or fruit of your choice) and decorate cookies as desired.

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C even got a hit out of helping me in the kitchen.  Check out his cool creation! Yum!!!


* Please note that Immaculate Baking did provide me with coupons and free product; however all opinions are 100% mine. :)


  1. I have never heard of Immaculate baking products. Where did you purchase them?

  2. I like to buy Immaculate baking products from my local Busch's however most health food stores carry their products as well!

    Here's a link to their store locator so you can find the store closest to you: