~Friday Night With Friends~

~ Party Foods~

Good Afternoon~ I have some extra time this afternoon, so I thought I would do a quick post. Tonight, we are going to some friends house for supper, I thought I would take a ~Simply Elegant Fruit Pastry~ Well, that's what The Pampered Chef calls it...I call it Fruit Pizza. It is so good~thought I would share the recipe with you. Who doesn't enjoy a Pampered Chef recipe....every recipe I have ever fixed or had from them is delicious. There cook books are wonderful. They have so many wonderful recipes for finger foods, which happen to be one of my favorite types of foods. I have several recipes that I am going to be sharing with you next week. All are either pampered chef recipes or recipes that I have had at other parties. I think they are all winners, sometimes I just have to fix up my favorite party foods. Come back next week for some great recipes. Nancy

Recipe for Simply Elegant Fruit Pastry~

1 Package of Pillsbury refrigerated pie crusts

1 Container (6ounces) blended fruit peach low-fat yogurt

1 Cup thawed, frozen whipped topping

1 Can (21 ounces) Comstock/Wilderness Peach Pie Filling

8 Ounces strawberries, hulled and sliced

2 kiwi, peeled and sliced~~~~I used 2, but I will use 3 next time

Preheat oven to 375. Lightly sprinkle large round stone with flour. Gently unfold one pie crust and place in center of baking stone. Unfold second crust and place over the first crust, matching edges and pressing to seal. Using a roller, roll crusts to edge of baking stone. Fold 1/2 inch of crust edge under, forming an even border, press to seal seam. Flute edge. Bake 20-25 minutes or until golden brown. Cool completely.

Fold yogurt and whipped topping together. spread evenly over crust.

Begin with peach slices going around pizza, then kiwi, then strawberries, just continue this.

Take remaining glaze from peaches and drizzle over pizza.

Store in fridge.

~This is the ingredients you will need~ I would add one more kiwi.~ ~See this roller, it was hand made by my Great Grandfather, it was given to me by Grandmother for my Hope Chest~ Wouldn't take anything for it!~ I will have to do a post on Hope Chests.

Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!!!!!!!! Blessings, Nancy


Unknown said...

That looks so good. Thanks for taking the time to post the directions.

PAT said...

Looks delicious! I love your rolling pin and I think a post about hope chests is a great idea! Looking forward to it.

Happy Friday!

Darlene said...

Oh, YUMMY...I always love the Pampered Chef recipes too....especially when I go to a party and the hostess makes it for you...lol. My large round stone is a very dark brown I have used it so much. Love the hand made rolling pin. Have a fun filled Friday night!

I am going to share a recipe that another blogger posted, probably tomorrow. It was F*A*B*U*L*O*U*S and easy too!

Tracey said...

Looks too pretty to eat...well almost! I'd still have to eat it, bet it's Yummy!
Have a great weekend.

Darlene said...

Oops just realized tomorrow is Pink Saturday so I'll share the link to the recipe on Sunday. Bye, Bye for now.....

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

Oh that looks yummy !

Free Art Printables said...

Oh yum... droool drool...:)

Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy! I was just about to get off this thing and finally go to bed; I've been waiting for my daughter to get home - can't sleep til she's off the road!! Guess I'm not the only one up!lol Hope you had a good time with your friends. I never tried recipe even tho I've been to many pampered parties. I love that little footstool and anything needlepoint and those red plates are gorgeous!!! Have a great weekend - Glad you stopped by, Jeannette

Gone said...

*lips smacking*

This looks delicious!!


ps...I'm visiting from Scooterblu's Whimsy!

Gone said...

Hi Nancy...

We'd love to have you to TEA!! Just click on the Tea "Buttons" in the right sideboard of our blog and sign up anytime!!

Love your favorite Southern Lady, Miss Paula!! She's just the sweetest!! Love watching her show.

Are you from the Knoxville area? I saw the link to the church. I used to live in Rutledge, TN...then moved to Chattanooga...about 4 1/2 years ago.


ps...Tom says "HI" too!

Gone said...
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Gone said...

Hi again, Nancy...

I just couldn't leave to go to the Estate Sale this morning, without one more comment. LOL!!!

WOW, Blaine? I know Blaine!!! I had a mechanic in Blaine and went to a couple of Estate Sales there. Right up 11W to Owl Hole Gap Rd...I lived back in the Cow Pasture! LOL! I lived in a single-wide Trailer...and attended Free Worship Church (which is no longer there) in Rutledge. I moved there from Wisconsin...stayed 7 months...then moved to Chattanooga. (Read my testimony, for all the details of what God has brought me through) I stayed in Chattanooga for 8 weeks and moved back to Wisconsin.

Now......I live in Michigan, after meeting Tom on-line. I moved here a month before our wedding on June 25, 2005.

We're no "spring chickens"...I'm 58 and Tom's 64...and we both have birthdays in October. But, we still run circles around younger folk! LOL!!

Jan & Tom

Lawsy Mercy said...

Nancy - How timely your post of the fruit pizza! I used to make these all the time back in the 90's and haven't made one in ages. I recently thought to myself that I need to start making fruit and also vegetable pizzas again. Thanks for nudging me toward that. Have a great day!

Kathy said...

The fruit pastry looks delicious and it is so pretty and elegant. Thanks for sharing the recipe, Nancy!

Anonymous said...

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