You know how I went to that blogging conference a few weekends ago and that is all I have posted about since? This is the last one I promise. I just kept thinking so much about the s’mores dessert pizza they served us at the Saturday lunch. Good thing I blog about food, which gave me an excuse to re-create it and share it.
I have to say, that old adage, ‘Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good’ really came into play here. I had daydreams of making pizza dough out of graham flour and scouring some dark chocolate spreads to make this. Plus the restaurant had a wood burning pizza oven which I do not (Gwyneth Paltrow scoffs at my foodiness).
In the end, I just pulled out the obvious essentials and went to town:
I could add that I also made this for my kids breakfast. What can I say. Mom of the year for serving Hershey Bars and Marshmellows to my kids. Really, I was busy packing to go up north and again my thoughts drifted to the s’mores pizza when I saw a bag of dough in the fridge that I was tempted to pack (see this post). Not only would I get to taste that amazing combo of textures and oozy chocolately goodness, but I could check breakfast off my list. S’mores pizza for the double win.
But I am so glad I did because it is amazing.
I just put marshmallow fluff on one side, Hershey Bars on the other, and a few marshmallows in for good measure. When I folded it over, I cut three slits on top to allow the air to vent, and sprinkled a few graham crackers on top. I cooked it at 425 for 10-15 min (until marshmallow oozed out the end and the pizza dough was hard).
When it was done, I pulled it out and my daughter came into the kitchen and said, mmmm…what’s that yummy smell?
Don’t let the simplicity keep you from making this – you will thank me! It is so good! It is a new family staple around here. Just probably not on a school morning 🙂
Kim LemaAugust 26, 2014 at 7:18 pm
Oh yum!!!!!! 🙂
FranciSeptember 9, 2014 at 12:21 pm
This looks delicious! Have you tried S’more Cones? Waffle cones + chocolate chips (or several flavors of) + mini marshmallows, wrap in aluminum foil and label with correct person’s name (heaven forbid you mix these up) then grill on low heat for 5- 10 minutes until all melty. Will have to make this pizza for a special kid occasion!
KatieSeptember 26, 2014 at 11:56 am
Hi Franci! Yes, my girlfriend made those at my book club on our Beach night, but thanks for the reminder. We might just have to make them on our fall fire pit nights 🙂 Wish we could make them together.