This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cool Whip. All opinions are 100% mine.
These unique Cool Whip Cheesecake Fruit Pizzas are a family favorite recipe. The kids love helping me make these for an after school snack or as just a fun treat when they need one!
My kids are always hungry! Especially my boys. They are constantly snacking no matter what type of breakfast, lunch or dinner I prepare for them. I make sure they are eating fruits and veggies and I’m packing protein into their diets, but they are still hungry because they are growing. Sometimes we like to sneak in a fun, special treat to mix things up a bit. That’s where Cool Whip comes in.
You can get really creative with Cool Whip. I love to mix it with other ingredients to make a yummy treat and these Cool Whip Cheesecake Fruit Pizzas are one of those fun special after-school or Saturday treats the kids like to make on their own. They are so easy to make and the kids love the fact that they don’t need my help to make these.
So let’s get started making these fun treats!
Cool Whip Cheesecake Fruit Pizzas for Kids
- Chocolate Chip or Sugar Cookies (store bought or homemade)
- One 8 oz. tub Cool Whip
- 1- 3.4 oz. package Jello Cheesecake Instant Pudding Mix
- Mandarin Oranges
Start by making a hole in the middle of the cool whip and pour in the dry pudding mix.
Stir until well blended. The Cool Whip will get thick. Slice your strawberries into small pieces.
Spread on a cookie and let the kids decorate the cookie with the strawberries and Mandarin oranges. Enjoy!
Now, that couldn’t be easier, could it? I love the way the cheesecake Jello pudding mix thickens up the cool whip and makes it the consistency of frosting. It really does taste like cheesecake too! Mmmmmm!
Cool Whip is so versatile! What is your favorite recipe using Cool Whip? I’d love to know!
Michelle Petersen says
Thanks Michelle! And so easy too!
Adrian G says
This is exactly the kind of recipe I love. Quick easy, and uses stuff you normally have around the house – particularly Cool Whip. That’s a big favorite for us. Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome Adrian! We have been making this recipe for years, but usually in a giant cookie form. The little ones are fun for the kids!
Mrs. Welden says
Make with graham crackers.