Saturday, August 10, 2013

S'mores Pizza Dessert

 I was asked to take dinner into a family tonight.  With all that was going on, it was just easier for me to stop at Papa Murphey's Take-n-Bake and grab them dinner.  I saw that they had a s'mores dessert pizza and I thought to myself, "Wow, that looks amazingly delicious!"  I think I could totally make that GF!  When I got home, I googled s'mores pizza and found several recipes.  I chose one that looked good and ran with it!  It was seriously a hit with my family and the guests we were feeding at our home tonight!  The only thing I would have changed is maybe drizzling a little bit of chocolate syrup over the pizza.  All in all, we will be making this again!  The recipe I went with came from here.

If you only want to make the dessert pizza, then 1/2 a pizza dough recipe would make just that.  Lately we have been doubling the dough recipe  and making two large dinner pizza's with enough dough left over to make a dessert pizza.

S’mores Pizza Dessert


½ GF Pizza dough recipe (this will make a medium/large size dessert pizza)
1/3 cup Brown Sugar
1/2 cup GF Rolled Oats
2 tablespoons Softened Butter
1/4 cup GF Flour
Mini Marshmallows
Semi-sweet chocolate chips (we like and use milk chocolate!)


Prepare crust as you normally would. Spread the dough out on a pizza stone.  In a medium sized bowl, combine flour, brown sugar, and butter with a fork until you have corn meal consistency.  Mix in the rolled oats.  Sprinkle this mixture across your pizza crust liberally. Add chocolate chips onto crust.  Bake pizza crust as directed.
Bake Pizza at 420 degrees for about 12-15 minutes, then add marshmallows and finish cooking for 5-7 minutes.  Remove from oven, slice and serve. 

***Next time I would totally drizzle chocolate syrup over mine before serving.

1 comment:

  1. We did a spur of the moment backyard camp recently, but didn't have any of the stuff for smores. We ended up making a crust using the "school lunch peanutbutter bars" recipe subbing in homemade almond butter for the peanutbutter in order to get a graham cracker taste. About 5 minutes before the crust was done baking we pulled it out and sprinkled it with chocolate chips and mini-marshmallows and put it back in to finish baking and to toast the marshmallows. These bars were soooo delicious we practically inhaled them.