dessert pizza!

ok, so we took some pictures of the dessert pizza too! yummy! it only lasted a couple days with all the sweet teeth around here!

unfortunately, i don’t usually measure things, so the only real measurement i know is that i used a 1/2 stick of butter and 1 apple to make this happen. my guess would be a 1/3 cup of brown sugar and 2 teaspoons of cinnamon. i melted the butter, and mixed in the brown sugar and cinnamon. while that was going i sliced the apples thinly and then added them to the pan.

once my dough was ready, i spooned the butter/sugar/cinnamon mixture onto the dough as a “sauce” of sorts, and then spooned on the apples. i finished with the rest of the butter/sugar/cinnamon mixture and baked at 450 F for 7 minutes. once it cooled and we cut it, i sprinkled a little powdered sugar on it for a little extra sweetness. yum!

one of the most important things i have come to find out is the importance of the baking stone. for our dinner pizzas we hadn’t yet purchased a baking stone, and as such our pizzas took longer, and the crust just wasn’t crispy on the bottom. however, saturday we went to the crate and barrel outlet to use some gift card money and were able to buy one! perfection! it made the dessert pizza crust so yummy and crispy!


p.s. isn’t my husband so great at taking pictures?

making up recipes and learning new things,




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  1. Wow — this looks awesome. I’ve been debating about a pizza stone, so this is helpful, thanks!

  2. Yummm!! Looks delicious. Whenever you come home, you will have to make this for all of us. Pam & James

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