Savor the irresistible flavors of this delicious biscoff cookie fruit pizza recipe. Begin by crafting a delectable crust using biscoff cookies for the base. Then, whip up a luscious filling by blending cream cheese, Greek yogurt, and a medley of fresh, succulent berries for a refreshing and addictive dessert.
If you love the delicious flavor of Lotus Biscoff cookies or the biscoff cookie butter spread, then chances are you will love this dessert pizza recipe too. It’s a simple combination of a homemade crust using crumbled biscoff cookies and a delicious whipped filling piled high with fresh berries.
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Why This Recipe Works:
- Versatility: The combination of a Biscoff cookie crust and fresh fruit toppings offers a versatile dessert option that appeals to a wide range of palates. It provides a delightful balance of flavors and textures, satisfying cookie and fruit lovers alike.
- Customization: A fruit cookie pizza recipe allows for customization based on personal preferences and the seasonal availability of fruits. You can choose a variety of fruits to suit your taste or to match a specific theme or occasion (I love the berries in the summer).
- Easy to Make: If baking is intimidating, this recipe is so simple and requires minimal baking or cooking skills. It can also be prepared in advance and is perfect for any style get together.
- Tart Pan
- Mixing Bowl
- Electric Mixer (or stand mixer)
- Measuring Cups and Spoons
- Knife and Cutting Board
- Cooling Rack
- Biscoff Cookie Pie Crust Recipe: This uses unsalted butter, crumbled Biscoff cookies, vanilla, and a little salt.
- Cream Cheese: Use softened, room-temperature cream cheese for the best results for this recipe.
- Greek Yogurt: I like this for a lighter base, but you can swap it with mascarpone cheese or whipped cream as well.
- Powdered Sugar: You can use a low-carb sweetener for this or swap it with some honey if you prefer. Do not use granulated sugar in this recipe (it will be too gritty).
- Vanilla: This adds flavor to the filling.
- Fruit: I use a combination of fresh sliced strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries for this recipe. Use fruits that will hold up well when exposed to the air and do not have too much liquid that releases as it rests.
How To Make A Biscoff Cooke Fruit Pizza:
- Begin by making the homemade biscoff cookie crust. Bake this crust following the instructions in a preheated oven for a few minutes. You can make this a few days ahead of time if desired. Be sure to fully cool the crust before adding the filling.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the softened cream cheese, Greek yogurt, powdered sugar, and vanilla. Use a hand mixer or stand mixer to whip the filling together until fully combined, fluffy, and lump free.
- Pour the filling mixture into the cooled biscoff cookie crust. Spread it carefully moving from the center out to the sides with a spatula until it’s in a smooth, even layer.
- Layer the fruit across the whipped topping. Keep small berries whole, but slice large fruits like strawberries into thinner pieces that will lay flat and be better for eating and serving. Scatter them across the top or follow the design in the photos or video for inspiration.
- While you can serve this immediately, I prefer to let the filling set up a bit. You can store it in an airtight container or lightly cover it with plastic wrap.
- Garnish with fresh mint or white chocolate chips or chocolate curls for added texture and visual appeal if desired which pairs well with this biscoff cookie recipe.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Yes, you can prepare the crust and filling in advance and store them separately. Assemble the pizza with the fruit toppings just before serving to maintain the freshness and prevent the crust from becoming soggy.
It is best enjoyed on the day it is prepared, as the cookie crust may soften over time due to the moisture from the fruit. However, you can store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1-2 days. Just note that the crust may lose its crunchiness after refrigeration.
While the recipe suggests using Biscoff cookies for the crust, you can certainly experiment with other types of cookies to suit your preferences. Graham crackers or shortbread cookies also work well as alternative options.
Yes, you can make individual-sized fruit cookie pizzas by using smaller cookie rounds or cutting the cookie crust into smaller portions. This can be a fun and convenient option for parties or gatherings.
Biscoff Cookie Fruit Pizza Recipe
- 1 Biscoff Cookie Pie Crust
- 8 oz. Cream Cheese Room Temperature
- 4 oz. Greek Yogurt
- 1/2 cup Powdered Sugar
- 1 tsp. Vanilla
- 8 Strawberries sliced
- 1 cup Raspberries
- 1 cup Blackberries
- 1 cup Blueberries
- Prepare the Biscoff Cookie Pie Crust according to the directions in a fully preheat oven. Let it cool completely before filling.
- In a large mixing bowl, add in the softened cream cheese, Greek yogurt, powdered sugar, and vanilla. Mix well with an electric mixer until fully combined and smooth.
- Pour the filling mixture into the center of the cooled biscoff cookie pie crust. Use a spatula to evenly spread it around the inside of the crust.
- Wash and dry the berries. Sliced the strawberries and then assemble the fruit pizza by scattering fruit across the top or follow the deisign shown in the pictures above.
- While you can serve the biscoff cookie fruit pizza immediately, it's recommended to let it set up back in the fridge for 45-60 minutes before slicing. Garnish with mint, shredded coconut, or white chocolate chips and enjoy!