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Red, White, and Blue Pizza Recipe

With Memorial Day and July 4th coming up shortly, I wanted to make a Red, White, and Blue Pizza Recipe. A challenge if you will!

Do you know how many foods are red, white, and blue??

I went through a wide range of failed red, white and blue cupcakes, strawberry cake (total icing disaster) and red velvet cake that just didn’t quite capture what I was looking for.

This entire time I have been wanting to focus on fruitΒ  because honestly, when I think of July 4th, I think of Strawberries and Cream, watermelon slices, and all sorts of fresh fruits. Even so, I was afraid to use fruit because when you are talking about a challenge, how “guilty” can a bowl of strawberries get?

Then I realized I was thinking way too literally…the strawberries just needed to be bathed in something guilty. I have seen “fruit” pizzas done so many different ways so here is mine to add to your ever growing recipes. I truly hope you love it and I would so love to hear about your rendition of this dessert.

Red, White, and Blue (Brownie) Pizza

 

5 from 11 votes
Red, White, and Blue Pizza Recipe
Servings: 10
Author: trisha haas
What You Need
  • 1 package of brownie mix
  • 1/3 cup boiling water
  • 1/4 cup canola oil
  • 1 egg
  • 1 package of cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • lots of fruit! i used strawberries, blueberries, bananas, raspberries
  • optional edible glitter
Instructions
  1. Take brownie mix, water, oil and egg and blend. Spread in a pizza pan. I used a 9 inch to have a taller brownie, but you can use up to a 12 inch. Make sure the pan is greased and floured. Bake on 350 for 25 minutes.
  2. Take softened cream cheese, sugar, egg, and vanilla and beat until smooth. Spread on brownie pizza and bake 15 more minutes. Cool.
  3. Arrange cut organic strawberries, bananas, and other fruits and top with cute glitter for a fun surprise.

~Trisha

31 thoughts on “Red, White, and Blue Pizza Recipe”

  1. This looks so good. I am definitely going to try it, but I may try using my grandmother’s buttercream frosting instead if cream cheese as that tends to bother Bill’s tummy.
    I saw these incredibly HUGE strawberries at Publix today, so I may go back and get some tomorrow.
    This is pinned and ready to go for the weekend.

  2. Trisha – should this say 2 eggs? I was going to make this for Monday and was just making sure I covered everything in our shopping trip.

    • i totally suck for answering so late! The brownie mix you make as per the box…the egg is for the cream cheese mixture so yes its just one!

  3. This would be so great at our 4th of July beach weekend. Maybe I will make it… maybe I will be lazy πŸ™‚

  4. Oh that looks so GOOD! I def have to make this soon. I agree that glitter is the perfect touch.

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