Pillsbury Christmas Dessert PizzaKelsey Banfield
We are really into making homemade pizza this year. After a course I took at King Arthur Flour last spring I’ve become very confident in making it at home. We usually make our own dough, but sometimes I pick up a tube of Pillsbury dough. With my young daughter on hand it is really easy to unroll and bake without all the waiting time. The other day we picked up our first bags of Christmas candy and we decided to make a dessert pizza.
First we baked the crust on its own, before adding all the fun toppings. I had some white chocolate spread and nutella on hand so we made it look like a half-n-half cookie with all of the great holiday candy as decoration. We each ate a slice as our dessert after dinner and loved it. It was certainly a treat, not something I’ll be made everyday, but it is fun nonetheless. It made me thing that this would also be a great dessert for a kids holiday party or a school craft.
Pillsbury Christmas Dessert Pizza
1 tube Pillsbury pizza dough
Chocolate spread(s) of choice
1. Bake the pizza dough according the package directions and allow it to cool completely.
2. Spread the chocolate spread (s) over the cooled crust and decorate with holiday candy as desired. Cut and serve!
*Thanks very much to Pillsbury Baking for sponsoring this post and for providing Pillsbury products for me to have some fun with. Check out more posts in this campaign.