I remember my first fruit pizza like it was yesterday. It was the early 90’s and my mom had been invited to a Pampered Chef party. She brought me along cause she knew I loved cooking. I’m not sure if there was magic in the foods that I tasted there or what, but my mom and I both went gaga over everything we were served. One of the things my mom knew we had to get was a baking stone because we HAD to make a fruit pizza just like the one our host made. I still love fruit pizza and think it’s such a great and easy treat. I didn’t think the original could be outdone until I had the idea for Cinnamon Roll Rainbow Fruit Pizzas. I really do think these are the best and I love that they are individual sized!
The cinnamon really adds a depth of flavor that I love about these. The other great thing is that it only take 3 ingredients to make. Fruit, a can of cinnamon rolls with the icing and cream cheese!
I used a variety of fruits for these. Since it’s close to St. Patrick’s Day I thought rainbow colors would be fun. Any of these fruits mixed or alone would taste great. My daughter chopped these up for me. Strawberries, mandarin oranges, kiwi (her fave), pineapple, blackberries (cut in halves) and blueberries (no need to chop these).
I love how cute and tasty these turned out!
Cinnamon Roll Rainbow Fruit Pizzas!
- 1 can of cinnamon rolls that has icing inside
- 1 block of cream cheese- softened
- chopped fruits of your choice
- Take the cinnamon rolls out of the package and separate them. Lightly flatten out each one and place them on a cookie sheet or baking stone. Bake according to the package directions or until the cinnamon rolls are baked through. Let them cool. Meanwhile beat cream cheese and the icing from the cinnamon roll package on high until mixed. Spread the mixture on each cinnamon roll once they are cooled. Add fruits and serve. Makes 6 Cinnamon Roll Rainbow Fruit Pizzas.
My whole family enjoyed these! They are such an easy treat and perfect for any occasion! Just change up the fruits for a different taste each time.