Cinnamon Graham Mini Fruit Pizzas Recipe
*This post is sponsored by Mondelez.
I absolutely love fruit pizza but I don’t always want to do the work of making an entire fruit pizza. Sometimes I just want a few mini fruit pizzas. These Cinnamon Graham Mini Fruit Pizzas are a spinoff of traditional fruit pizzas but even better because they are no bake and you can make as many or as few as you would like! They taste amazing too! The graham cracker and cinnamon give it an extra kick and the whipped strawberry fluff on top just seals the fusion of fruit and graham.
What I really love about these is that they are SO easy to make! These are the perfect after school snack to have waiting for your kiddos when they get home from a long day at school. Not only are they a tasty snack but your kids can make their own mini fruit pizzas! Having a wholesome snack waiting for your child after school is a great tradition that gives your child something to look forward to at the end of their day. I love chatting with my daughter after school about her day while she snacks.
You’ll need Honey Maid Cinnamon Graham Crackers, 7oz marshmallow fluff, 8oz strawberry cream cheese and fruit. Start by combining 7oz of marshmallow cream with 8oz of strawberry cream cheese in a bowl. Use a hand mixer to beat them together until well combined.
Then spread the strawberry fluff on your Honey Maid Cinnamon Graham Cracker. Your kids can do this part themselves!
Next top with fruit! Let your kids choose which fruit they want on their mini fruit pizzas. You can use any fruit including grapes, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, kiwi, bananas, etc.
If you are making these as a dessert for a gathering I suggest bringing along the Honey Maid graham crackers, washed fruit and prepared strawberry spread and letting guests assemble their own pizzas. Alternately, if you’d like to assemble them make sure you do so right before eating them so they stay fresh.
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Cinnamon Graham Mini Fruit Pizzas Recipe
- 7 oz Marshmallow Fluff
- 8 oz Strawberry Cream Cheese
- Honey Maid Cinnamon Graham Crackers
- Fresh Fruit washed and patted dry: Grapes, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Kiwi, etc.
- In a medium bowl combine marshmallow fluff and strawberry cream cheese and beat with a hand mixer on medium until well combined.
- Spread strawberry fluff mixture onto a Honey Maid Cinnamon Graham Cracker square and top with fruit.
- Serve immediately.
No matter how things change, what makes us wholesome never will. Honey Maid provides wholesome snacks for every wholesome family.
These look really delicious! I have always love graham crackers, since I was a child. These would be a lot of fun for kids to make. A healthy snack.
how cute,,my grandkids would love these as well as their grandma
That is the fun part. Kids love them, but so do adults.
I love Cinnamon Graham crackers and your cute Mini Fruit pizzas look adorable and fun to make. These are a great snack idea to make for me and my niece who I baby sit! Thanks for the recipe.
Enjoy them. Kids love them so I am sure you niece will have a blast making them with you.
These would be great to make at parties. Everyone can customize their toppings to their liking and the graham cracker makes it sturdy enough to easily eat on the go.
It is great to set everything out and let everyone make what they want.
I grew up getting graham crackers and apple juice as a snack in our after school care. Now I think of them as an afternoon snack!
Graham crackers are a great afternoon snack. This just dresses them up.
We have strawberries in season here, and very soon raspberries. These would be perfect for this recipe!
That is the beauty of it, you can change fruit depending on what is in season.
These look so yummy but when are graham crackers not?! I am sure the marshmallow fluff and strawberry cream cheese are a delicious winning combo too!
It is a wonderful tasty thing that should be mass produced.
Oh I love how easy these are! Carter loves fruit, and would not have thought of putting it on graham crackers with the toppings! What a neat idea! Will have to try this!
these look yummy! I have use the marshmallow fluff with regular cream cheese to make a fruit dip and it’s really good. I like that you used a strawberry cream cheese. I am going to have to try this.
I haven’t thought to do anything like this, and I know my son would love it. I love that it’s still healthy and protein packed too!
What a fresh and fruity treat that my kids would enjoy! I love that you thought outside of the box.
I love that this is easy to make and includes fruits.
This looks fun and delicious – I have had my kids make fun fruit pizzas on waffles and toast…. we may have to give this a try!
Looks fun and yummy! 🙂
yum! this is such a great idea!
Love these for a back to school snack! Thanks for linking up with What’s Cookin’ Wednesday!
love this recipe post..can’t wait to make them for my family…thanks for sharing!
Thank you for commenting. Let me know if you make them and how everyone likes them.
This is a fun idea, my son might actually like making and eating these.
I love how these are easy to make, quick to make, and look delicious to eat.