BBQ Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza

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Let’s get grilling! This is a red, white and blue grilled cookie pizza made on the BBQ grill, on a pizza stone!

Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza

Are you ready for a Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza? This 4th of July we’re firing up the grill and making a tasty red, white and blue cookie pizza to celebrate Independence Day! We’re baking our red, white and blue cookie pizza on a pizza stone on the grill. And yes, we’re going to show you how you can make your own red, white and blue cookie pizza using some great Kraft products and fresh produce found at your local Walmart.

Red, White & Blue Cookie Pizza

How do you celebrate the 4th of July? We usually try to catch the town fireworks, we’ve been lucky enough to live in places where we can see the local fireworks display from our house. Aside from fireworks, the grill is always on!

Hot dogs,  hamburgers, chicken, pizza, veggies and yes, even cookie pizza desserts! Today, we’re going to show you how to grill up a giant cookie pizza, scratch that, a giant red, white and blue cookie pizza to help you with patriotic celebrations!

I remember living in Colorado, we lived on a lake just south of Denver. We were able to see fireworks from all the surrounding areas, like Littleton, Denver, Lakewood – who knows where else. There were at least 3 big shows we could see from our patio and of course people along the lake were putting on their own fireworks display. It was really awesome!

Kraft Sparklers

Now, in the boondocks of New Hampshire, the town firework shows here are pretty -ahem- lame. But, fireworks, as they should be, are legal in New Hampshire – so we end up either making our own fireworks display or catching the show a neighbor is putting on. And nope – I’m not just talking about sparklers and pop toys, I’m talking about big booming thunderous and colorful aerial fireworks – fireworks that make your neighbors come outside to watch! 🙂

Giant Cookie Dessert Pizza

Are you ready to fire up your grill and get your 4th of July celebration on? Me too! Here’s how you can make yourself a giant cookie pizza on the grill.

Giant Red White and Blue Cookie Pizza

Of course you can start from scratch by making your own cookie dough, but with all the 4th of July festivities and all the BBQing you’re already doing, you may just want to grab a 16.5oz package of refrigerated chocolate chip cookie dough, like we did.

The first order of business for your red, white and blue cookie pizza is making your cookie dough or unpackaging your refrigerated cookie dough. Once your dough is ready to go, dust your hands with flour and knead your dough, then flatten it like you would a hamburger. Form the dough to about 1 inch thick and create a thicker edge, like you see in the picture below.

Grilling a giant cookie pizza on a pizza stone

Now, you can place your dough on the pizza stone. Don’t push it all the way to the edge as it’s going to spread out when it heats up and you’ll end up with a serious mess to clean up! Find complete instructions on the recipe card below. Preheat your grill before putting your pizza stone onto the grill. Make sure this method works with your brand pizza stone, some cheap pizza stones may crack if you transfer your stone to a preheated grill!

Baking a Cookie on a Pizza Stone

Preheat your grill to 350 degrees, or as indicated on your cookie dough package. Place the pizza stone on your preheated grill and bake for about 25-30 minutes or until crust is golden brown.  We removed the pizza stone from the grill and let the cookie cool completely on the pizza stone as to not break the cookie while we transfer it to the serving dish.

Giant Grilled Pizza Cookie

Now that we’ve baked our cookie on the grill using the pizza stone (YUM!) we’ll get out our toppings ready and have some fun!

Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza with Kraft

We chose a whole low of awesome Kraft products to use to top our 4th of July cookie pizza. Start with Philadelphia Cream Cheese and finishing it off with Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, Cool Whip as well as fresh strawberries and blueberries from the Walmart fresh produce section.

Start by mixing the Philadelphia Cream Cheese with sugar and vanilla, as outlined in the recipe below.  Once your cream cheese mixture is smooth, spread the cream cheese mix evenly onto the cookie pizza. Next we’ll be adding all the delicious goodness that will make this red, white and blue cookie pizza absolutely amazing!

4th of July Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza

Slice your strawberries, pull your Jet-Puffed Marshmallows in half, get your Cool Whip and blueberries ready to go. First, transfer your cookie pizza to a serving platter (Warning: do not cut the cookie on the pizza stone!) Let the red, white and blue cookie pizza assembly begin!

Begin the assembly of your red, white and blue pizza stone cookie by alternating sliced strawberries with halved Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallows around the outside edge of the cookie. Next, add a few fresh strawberries to the center of the cookie and then fill the ribbon between the center strawberries and the strawberries and marshmallow row with fresh blueberries!

4th of July Cookie Pizza Dessert

Once you’ve completed the decorating of your red, white and blue cookie pizza, it’s time to slice it up. Similar to a pizza, use a sharp knife to carefully cut your cookie pizza into slices. Once your red, white and blue cookie pizza is plated, add a spoonful of Cool Whip to each slice and serve proudly!

Patriotic Cookie Pizza Dessert

This grilled red, white and blue cookie pizza will be the talk of the party, for sure!

Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza Recipe

Yields 8-10

Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza

Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza Grilled on a Pizza Stone

15 minPrep Time

30 minCook Time

45 minTotal Time

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  • 1 16.5 oz Refrigerated Cookie Dough (or make your own)
  • 1 8 oz Kraft Philadelphia Strawberry Cream Cheese
  • Kraft Cool Whip
  • Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallows
  • Fresh Strawberries
  • Fresh Blueberries
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract


  • Preheat grill to 350 degrees
  • Unwrap cookie dough and kneed together. Use flower on your hands to kneed and flatten cookie dough into 8 inch round, evenly thick cookie pizza shape. Make the outside edge thicker than the center, similar to a pizza crust (see photo of the cookie on the grill in the blog post)
  • Dust pizza stone with flower and put cookie pizza dough in the center of the pizza stone
  • Bake cookie on grill for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown
  • Remove pizza stone from grill and allow cookie to cool completely before removing from pizza stone. Once cookie is cooled, remove from pizza stone and place on serving dish (do not cut cookie on pizza stone!)
  • Beat with mixer 8oz Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese with sugar and vanilla
  • Spread mixture onto cookie pizza
  • Slice strawberries and pull Jet-Puffed Marshmallows in 1/2
  • Decorate cookie as seen in photo
  • Slice and serve with a heaping spoonful of Kraft Cool Whip

Everything you see in this recipe was purchased at Walmart including the great Kraft products, fresh produce – even the flowers on the table!

Kraft Products at Walmart Supercenter

Obviously the Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza is one of my favorite grilling recipes…

What is your favorite summer dessert recipe?


23 thoughts on “BBQ Red, White and Blue Cookie Pizza”

  1. This cookie and the fresh fruits look absolutely delicious! One of my favorite recipes is their Cheesy Hot Dog Crescents. They sound yummy too. :)
  2. I love the Kraft Company recipes! I used to purchase their little cookbooks at the grocery store and now I can download them! Love it... Thanks...
  3. Oh my gosh...that is so neat cooking the cookie on the grill!!! We just got a grill about a month ago...and have been looking for recipes...this is such a neat idea that you can put on after you pull your dinner...and when dinner is done...dessert cookie! Cannot wait to try this!
  4. I had NO idea you could bake a cookie on a grill. I'll have to try it one of these days. The fruit and cookie combination sounds really good
  5. My favorite recipe was the mini strawberry pretzel jars. They look so cute and tasty! Your cookie pizza looks absolutely delectable though!
  6. That is almost too pretty to eat! You are lucky to have great fireworks. Fireworks are illegal here, so the local shows get very very crowded. Last year we spent the 4th in the little town of Cortez, CO, and it was great. They know how to put on a show! #client
  7. I am online looking for ideas for my family barbecue for the 4th his is the most beautiful and appetizing post I have read!!! I am honest to god going today to buy a pizza stone so I can make this. It even has a healthy fruit component so I dont have to feel too guilty eating it! LOL Thanks for such a fun and delicious idea... amazing.
    1. Thank you for the wonderful comment, Jen! It is as good as it looks! Be careful on a brand new stone, it may stick more than it would on a seasoned stone and take a little effort to remove the cookie. Perhaps using a piece of parchment paper cut to the size of the stone, so the cookie doesn't stick would be a good idea.
  8. Now this is something I could totally devour! It looks amazing, and what a fun way to cook the cookie pizza! gonna have to try this out soon! YUMMY!

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