Sugar Cookie Cream Cheese Fruit Tart

Hello, Sunshine! The holidays are finally here and there will be so many yummy treats to bake for your family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Betty Crocker cookie mixes are a fun way for your whole family to get involved and bake up some delicious cookie treats and help #SpreadCheer this holiday season.

Growing up, baking holiday candies and treats was one of my favorite things to do with my mother, grandmother, and sister. I remember being a little girl and the excitement of going to the grocery store to buy all of the ingredients to bake our goodies. This will be my first Christmas baking treats without my grandmother. I hope my children will enjoy baking treats with me this holiday season and keep the tradition alive.

Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Cream Cheese Fruit Tart

Sugar Cookie Cream Cheese Fruit Tart is super easy and fun to create with Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie mix. This fruit tart is based on a fruit pizza that my husband used to make during his childhood. It’s a recipe found in a cookbook that his mother helped create with her neighbors called See Taste and Share. 

The kids and I bought our Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie and Chocolate Chip cookie mix at Walmart right before Thanksgiving. Premade cookie mixes make it easy to whip a cookie treat in no time. We brought our Sugar Cookie Cream Cheese Fruit Tart to Thanksgiving dinner and it was a huge hit!

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Sugar Cookie Cream Cheese Fruit Tart

Per Serving 307 calories

Fat 15 g

Carbs 44 g

Protein 3 g

14


Ingredients

  • Package of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix
  • 8 oz Cream Cheese
  • 1/3 Cup Sugar
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Vanilla
  • Fresh Fruit
  • 1 Cup Any Fruit Marmalade
  • 1/4 Cup Water

Instructions

  1. Follow directions to create Betty Crocker Sugar Mix as cookies you'd dollop.
  2. Press cookie dough into pie tins.
  3. Bake at 350 for 14 minutes or until golden brown.
  4. Allow cookie dough pies to cool.
  5. Mix soften cream cheese, sugar and vanilla in a bowl.
  6. Spread cream cheese mix over cookie pies.
  7. Decorate the pies with cut up fruits of your choice.
  8. Mix marmalade and water together.
  9. Pour marmalade over fruit to preserve it.
  10. Slice and enjoy!

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The holidays can be a stressful time and sometimes all it takes is a surprise gift can really brighten someone’s day. Everyone loves cookies and there’s no better way to say Happy Holidays and #SpreadCheer than with a yummy Betty Crocker cookie!

Cookie Gift Tags

Betty Crocker has created and shared really cute cookie gift tags and coloring sheets for you to enjoy and use. You can find these on their Spread Cheer home page by clicking here.

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56 Comments

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    I would use the ‘Your Cheer Is Here’ tag.

  • Danielle Wood says:

    I’d use the your cheer is here

  • Margaret Smith says:

    I like the tag “your cheer is here”. Thanks so much.

  • Sandra S says:

    I like the idea of “Your Cheer is Here”.. makes it sound homey and warm!

  • Aubrey says:

    I like the Merry Christmas tag

  • Jenny S says:

    The “Your Cheer Is Here” is creative.

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    Your Cheer is Here is the one I would use.

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    Merry Christmas #SpreadCheer

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  • Lisa says:

    I would use the Spread Cheer With Simple Suprises tag.

  • Amy Pratt says:

    I would use Your Cheer is Here

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    I like the red “Your Cheer is Here” tag.

  • Julie R says:

    I would choose the Merry Christmas one.

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  • tammy says:

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  • Summer B. says:

    I would use spread cheer with simple surprises.

  • Stephanie Liske says:

    I would use the Spread Cheer with Simple Surprises.

  • Natalie says:

    I would love to use the You Cheer is Here cookie tag!

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    ‘Spread Cheer With Simple Surprises’ Great way to give small gifts.

  • WHITNEY says:

    I would use the Your cheer is here tag!

  • Amanda P says:

    I would use the cookie gift tag that says “Your Cheer is Here” it sounds so festive and fun!

  • Ann Fantom says:

    I would use the “Merry Christmas” tag

  • I like the “Spread Cheer with Simple Suprizes” tag.

  • Carlee says:

    I love the “Your Cheer is Here” one!
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  • Sharon Cubic says:

    Your Cheer is Here! That is my favorite

  • Jill H says:

    I would choose the Merry Christmas tag

  • nickie says:

    I would use the Your cheer is here tag!

  • Debbi Wellenstein says:

    I would use the “Spread Cheer with Simple Surprises” gift tag.

  • Mary Cloud says:

    I’d use the one on the bottom with the turquoise on the old wood background that says Merry Christmas

  • Kyl Neusch says:

    your cheer is here

  • Charles-Linda Bradshaw says:

    I like the Cookie Gift tags. I think they are cute.

  • Gina M (Wild Orchid) says:

    I would use the “Your Cheer is Here” gift tag!
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  • Richard Hicks says:

    I think I would use the simple Merry Christmas tag

  • Brittney House says:

    I like the tag “your cheer is here”.

  • Ashley C says:

    I would use the 2nd Merry Christmas. Love that greyish wood luck and blue together!

  • Bernie W says:

    I like the tag “Your Cheer Is Here”. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  • Kelly says:

    These fruit tarts are so cute! I love how easy they come together with a cookie mix! It’s so nice that you are keeping the tradition going, I love that your adorable kiddos helped make these 🙂

  • jeanne conner says:

    I like your cheer is here tage

  • D Schmidt says:

    I would love to try the recipe for Chocolate Chip Christmas Cookies. I would #SpreadCheer by making homemade treats for my family and friends.

  • D Schmidt says:

    I am spreading cheer to my Husband, he has been having a rough few health months and needs some joy. This is the post https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/671357054515339264

  • Mary Gardner says:

    I like the Your Cheer Is Here tag.

  • shelly peterson says:

    I like the red “Your Cheer Is Here” tag.

  • Natalie says:

    I would use the Your Cheer is Here cookie tag!

  • James Robert says:

    Spread Cheer With Simple Surprises I like

  • Christina Sparks says:

    Your Cheer is here, it a cute tag.

  • Daniel M says:

    the your cheer is here tag

  • Jennifer Dunaway says:

    I’d use Cheer is Here Tag

  • Kimberly Hilbert says:

    Your Cheer is Here! I like things that rhyme.

  • Deb Hernandez says:

    I would use the “Spread cheer with simple surprises” tag

  • I would like to try the buckeye delights.

  • Tosha H says:

    I like the Spread Cheer with Simple Surprises tag myself, I think it’s charming

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