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This is a creative dessert that kids enjoy making and guests enjoy eating. For maximum effect, save a pizza box and put this delicious treat inside. Your guests will be pleasantly surprised by this sweet treat!
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Ingredients
Crust
pizza crust
pie crust
brownie mix
cookie dough
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Sauce
chocolate sauce (if you melt your own chocolate, be sure to Make a Double Boiler (Bain Marie))
peanut butter
whipped cream
cream cheese
yogurt
Pureed Strawberries
Optional: red food coloring
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Toppings
sliced fruit (kiwi, strawberries, banana, etc.)
watermelon slices can be cut into circles to look like pepperoni
marshmallows (see How to Make Marshmallows)
sprinkles
coconut shavings
cookie crumbs
small candies like M&Ms, Skittles, jelly beans or gummy bears
gummy fish (to mimic anchovies)
nuts
caramel
maple syrup
spices (cinnamon, nutmeg, etc.)
mint leaves (reminiscent of basil leaves found on some pizzas)
cereal
jello
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STEPS
1) - Prepare the crust
Prepare the crust. Buy the pizza crust of your choice and prepare it without any toppings. just roll it out to the size of a typical pizza and bake it without any toppings before moving onto the next step. Let cool.

2) - Spread the "sauce".
This can be anything that will hold the toppings on the pizza. To make it look like a real pizza, use red food coloring to mimic tomato sauce.

3) - Add the toppings.

4) - Grill or broil the pizza briefly.
This is optional, for if you want to melt any of the toppings (like marshmallows or chocolate) or brown them (coconut shavings).

5) - Slice the Pizza. Serve and Enjoy!
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See Also:
•  How to make a Cookie Pizza
•  Thick crust pizza recipe
•  Thin crust pizza recipe
•  Pizza Tips



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