Would a “cookie pizza” be appropiate for a thanksgiving dessert?

Question by xo_raerae_xo: Would a “cookie pizza” be appropiate for a thanksgiving dessert?
My boyfriend and I have been given the daunting task of desserts for thanksgiving dinner… and I was wondering if a cookie pizza that is:

a sugar cookie “crust”
kiwis, bananas, grapes, or really any fruits that work together.
an apricot glaze
and coolwhip underneath for the “cheese”

would that be appropiate to bring for thanksgiving dinner? We are already bringing pumpkin pie and a type of cookie, but there will be a lot of people [my boyfriend is one of 9 children] plus their spouses and children.

Best answer:

Answer by Mel
Sounds good to me I mean who is to say what desert you can or cannot bring a dessert is a dessert.

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  1. itotallyluv_mormon_boys says:

    I think it would be fine!!!!! I ‘m sure that everyone will enjoy it even if it’s not that fancy!!!! Good Luck!!!!
    P.S:If you’re still not sure you can always ask his mom and see what she says but I’m sure it will work great!!!!

  2. undone says:

    MMM. Sounds awesome! Not the traditional old stand-by stuff of punkins and such, but I know of no rules. I see brownies, cookies, pies and cakes of all kinds at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Go for it :)

  3. AlwaysOverPack says:

    It may be non-traditional, but certainly appropriate (assuming you think it will appeal to the tastes of at least a few of the guests). I think it sounds great. (after all, you noted that there will also be the traditional pumpkin pie)

    I am serving pumpkin pie, crumb top apple pie and a flourless chocolate cake.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. happy2luvk9s says:

    Sounds delicious, it will at least be very different from pumpkin, pecan, apple, or mincemeat pies or some of the normal quick breads that you might see, plus it will give everybody something to talk about. Go for it.

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