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This is really good. Put your doubts aside and have pizza for pudding!

16 people made this

IngredientsServes: 8

  • 1 sachet yeast
  • 250ml water
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 325g strong white flour
  • pinch salt
  • 2 tbsp butter, melted
  • 4 tbsp chocolate hazelnut spread (Nutella)
  • 100g mixed white, milk and plain chocolate chips
  • 2 tbsp toasted hazelnuts

MethodPrep:1hr ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:1hr20min

  1. Kneed flour with rest of pizza base ingredients for 10 minutes until smooth and elastic. Cover and leave in a warm place for 40 minutes.
  2. Roll out pizza dough into 2 bases. Cover and leave for 15 minutes.
  3. Preheat oven to 190 C / gas mark 5.
  4. Use your fingers to make indentations all over the dough. Brush base with melted butter and bake until crust is crisp and golden brown (around 20 minutes). Immediately top base with chocolate spread. Sprinkle with chocolate chips and put pizza back in oven for 1 minute until chocolate starts to melt.
  5. Remove from oven, sprinkle with toasted hazelnuts, cut into generous wedges and serve.

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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pizza Recipe

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Pizza brings together chocolate chip cookies and slices it up like a pizza. Totally fun for a party.

I am SO excited to be the newest member of the Food Fanatic Family! I feel like I’ve been adopted into a gigantic family full of food bloggers which is both so awesome and a little dangerous for my waistline.

If you don’t know me, my name’s Hayley and I blog over at The Domestic Rebel.

The Domestic Rebel is all about baking fearlessly in the kitchen and using easy, accessible ingredients to make outrageous, extraordinary desserts. Can you guess what my favorite ingredient is to work with? I’ll give you a hint: it’s raw. It’s all natural. It’s transformative. It’s versatile. It’s freaking delicious. It’s… cookie dough! And while I’m a cookie dough lover of all kinds, the classic chocolate chip has to be my all-time favorite.

Another one of my favorite foods? Pizza. I seriously cannot get enough of the stuff. I could eat it daily and be smitten. It’s just the perfect food. And when you combine pizza + cookie dough? Oh, HONEY. You best believe it’s going to be a life-changing religious experience.

This pizza has a crispy, chewy chocolate chip cookie crust which bakes up simply since it’s made with refrigerated cookie dough – easy! After it’s cooled, the crust is topped with a sinfully smooth chocolate ganache sauce. Hold me. And on top of the ganache is the piece de resistance – huge, gratuitous, irresistible chunks of chocolate chip cookie dough. If you ever wondered if heaven existed on earth, it does – it is located in your mouth whilst eating this pizza. No joke.

Methinks this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship between you, me, and cookie dough pizza, don’t ya think?

We definitely think so! Welcome to the family, Hayley. We're so glad she's here to share cookie dough creations, because we LOVE cookie dough. Try Hayley'speanut butter cookie dough balls and Kate'scookie dough cupcakes recipe too.

Flammekueche (Alsatian Pizza) Recipe

The divine flammekueche recipe inspired by Frédérique's.

When we get to spend time at my parents’ vacation house in the Vosges, a mountain range in the Northeast of France, one of our favorite daytrips is to drive over to Colmar, a historic Alsatian town on the other side of the mountain.

We’ve been going for as long as my parents have had the house, a little over twenty years, and though Colmar is as gorgeous as Alsatian towns get (i.e. very), with paved streets, pretty canals, and amazing architecture, the capital-D Draw for me is the flammekueche we get for lunch.

Also known as tarte flambée, the flammekueche (pronounced flam-küsh*) can be described as the Alsatian pizza: a super thin round of dough topped with cream, finely sliced onions, bacon strips, and sometimes mushrooms (la forestière) and cheese (la gratinée), baked in a woodfire oven until the edges are golden brown and crisp.

Sitting at one of the outdoor tables outside our favorite restaurant in Colmar, we make conversation as we wait for our tartes flambées to arrive, and our collective joy vibrates through the air as the waitstaff brings them out, all hot and fragrant, on wooden boards.

I would never have thought to make my own had it not been for Frédérique, the textile designer and special correspondent who will be sharing her guide to Strasbourg next month, and offered her recipe for flammekueche as a bonus. As she explained, it is a popular dish to make for a casual meal with friends throughout Alsace. In fact, it is so common that supermarkets sell ready-made rounds of dough that you can just garnish and bake.

I’ve never come across those in Paris, and soon found out the dough is so easy to make there is hardly a need for a shortcut: it’s just flour, salt, oil, and water — no yeast to intimidate the cook.

And once you’ve got your dough rolled out thinly, it’s just a matter of scattering a few toppings over it, and bake in a very hot oven. Within minutes, you can have your very own tarte flambée sizzling on your table.

Indeed, I can’t think of a more festive food to share with friends over drinks. But it comes together so fast Maxence and I have also enjoyed it for a weeknight dinner. In fact, I did a test run one night, and we loved it so much we had tartes flambées for dinner four. nights. in a row. We called it Alsatian week.

* Alternate spellings are numerous depending on the region and the dialect: flammkuche, flammkuchen, flammekuechle, flàmmeküeche…

The REAL Pizza Inn Chocolate Chip Pizza Recipe

If you’ve ever had the chocolate chip pizza from Pizza Inn, it probably left you wanting more. At least that is how I felt. When looking for the recipe online, I noticed many of the recipes were lacking the crunchy top, which is the signature of the dish. I experimented with the recipes already online, and adjusted, as needed….so here it is:

Pizza Inn’s Chocolate Chip Pizza Recipe

– baking pan, approximately 10×15 inches

– 1 THIN pizza crust in a can

– 2 sticks of butter, melted

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spread crust on pan, and create a ½ inch lip of dough around edge. Follow can instructions for prebaking crust. In a bowl, stir together granulated and brown sugars with a fork, breaking up any lumps. NOTE: If crust has air bubbles in it after prebaking, puncture with a fork.

After removing crust from oven, mix together butter and yellow cake mix (there may be lumps.) Spread mixture onto crust (with hands, if needed), leaving approximately ½ inch from the edges without batter.

Sprinkle approximately ¾ of the bag of chocolate chips on top of batter (more, if desired.) Gently press chips into batter.

Sprinkle sugar topping over pizza, covering batter and chips but avoiding the lip of the pizza (you may not need all the sugar, but it looks like a lot when you put it on, then the dough expands while baking, making bare spots…use more than you think you will need!)

Bake 7-12 minutes on upper middle rack of oven(check at 7 minute mark–note check doneness of crust, too, as it will burn if cooked too low in oven and too long)

If after 12 minutes the topping has not browned, switch oven to broiler for approximately 1 minute….do not walk away or you risk BURNING the top of the pizza!

Cool 5 minutes…cut and enjoy!

NOTES: This is a heftier dish than the Pizza Inn dessert you get at the restaurant, but the texture and crunch of the dish is the same. If you try using less butter, the batter becomes difficult to spread, so I wouldn’t advise changing it up. Just invite a busload of teenagers over to help you consume, because it makes A LOT. If you are thinking about skipping the sugar topping…don’t! This is what gives the dish a crispy top. Also, the batter and butter contain a lot of salt, which is balanced nicely by the sugar topping.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pizza Recipe:

Exact measurements and printable version of this recipe at the bottom of this page.

Ingredients & Equipment

  • butter, softened
  • white sugar
  • brown sugar
  • vanilla
  • eggs
  • all purpose flour
  • salt
  • baking soda
  • chocolate chips

Equipment: electric beaters, pizza pan or pizza stone (I use a 14.5 inch pizza stone most times).

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How to Make This Amazing Dessert Pizza

I baked the pie crust first, on it’s own, so that it would be a nice, firm foundation for the ‘pizza’ toppings. And I didn’t want it to lack any chocolate flair, so I figured adding Oreo crumbs just made sense, right?

Best decision ever. The pie crust was the perfect choice. The buttery, flakey crust complimented the rest of the pizza and the cookie dough exactly like I wanted it to. Seriously, so yummy!

Then, to hold it all together and make sure the cookie dough would stick well to the pizza, I used chocolate ganache. Again, perfect.

You guys, this thing comes together in no time and looks like a million bucks. I put it out for our small group and it was devoured. Might be one of my biggest hits with them so far. Although they do still talk about this Funfetti Millionaire Cake too – that thing’s the jam. If you haven’t seen it yet, you must.

But back to the cookie dough. This thing rocks. And I know I’ll be making it over and over again. I LOVE it and I know you will too!

And if you haven’t yet, be sure to check out the giveaway I’ve got going on right now! An awesome gift basket of my favorite baking things!

  • 1. Roll out the dough and bake at 180 degrees till it starts to brown slightly. Take it out and keep aside. (Keep the dough 1/2 cm thick)
  • 2. In a microwave proof bowl add chopped chocolate, milk and butter. Microwave it for 2 minutes or till it melts with mixing it in intervals.
  • 3. To that mixture add the chopped nuts. Mix together and microwave it for 10 seconds.
  • 4. Spread this mixture on the pre cooked pizza base. Bake for 1-2 minutes at 180 degrees.
  • 5. Add the freshly cut strawberries on top or sprinkle some strawberry sauce on it. Dust with a little icing sugar.
  • 6. You can serve it chilled or warm.

Recipe Notes

To make a delicious pizza recipe at home, first learn how to perfect your pizza dough here.
Also see the best of easy pizza recipes by us.

Ingredients of Overnight Chocolate Oats

  • 2 banana
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • 2 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3 tablespoon honey

How to make Overnight Chocolate Oats

Step 1 Mash the banana

Roughly chop the banana and add it to a bowl. Use a fork and mash well to make a paste.

Step 2 Preparation

To the same bowl, add oats, almond milk, honey, chia seeds and cocoa powder. Mix until combined well. Now transfer the mixture equally into two bowls.

Step 3 Leave overnight

Place the bowls in the fridge for 5 hours or overnight and have them in the morning.

Step 4 Garnish and serve

Garnish with banana, shaved chocolate and your perfect breakfast is ready to be served.

Place the chocolate chips in a heat proof bowl. In a small saucepan, bring the cream just to a boil and then immediately pour over the chocolate chips.

Shimmy the bowl so that the chips are completely submerged in the cream. Allow to sit 1-2 minutes until smooth (if there are a few unmelted pieces, that's ok!). Set aside.

Gently pull or roll out pizza dough into a 12" round and "dock" the dough. Place in a hot skillet spray with non-stick cooking spray and cook, over medium-high heat, until large puffy bubbles form and the underside of the dough is golden (about 1-2 minutes).

Flip the dough over, turn the heat down to medium, and continue cooking until browned, about 1-2 minutes more with the lid on, until the other side of the pizza is golden.

Spread the chocolate ganache over the warm pizza and sprinkle with the chocolate peppermint candy and garnishes. Serve warm

Healthy No Bake Chocolate Fruit Pizza

  • Author: Ciara Attwell @ My Fussy Eater
  • Prep Time: 70 mins
  • Total Time: 70 mins
  • Yield: 10 1 x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: European


Looking for a delicious and healthy dessert that the whole family can enjoy? Try my gluten free, no bake Chocolate Fruit Pizza!


  • Base:
  • 1 cup / 150g whole almonds
  • 15 whole dates (with stones removed)
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil (melted)
  • 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Filling:
  • 4oz / 110g cream cheese
  • 3oz / 80g greek yogurt
  • 1/2 tsp orange juice
  • 1/4 tsp orange zest
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • Fruit topping:
  • Strawberries, Kiwi, Clementines, Berries or any fruit or your choice, all chopped.


  1. First up make the base by blitzing the almonds in a food processor until they have broken down into a fine consistency, almost like almond flour. Add the dates, melted coconut oil, cocoa powder and vanilla extract and continue to blitz until the dates have been finely chopped and everything is well combined.
  2. Press the mixture into a springform tin or tart dish and place in the fridge for an hour to set. If you don’t have much time then you can put it in the freezer for 15 – 20 minutes.
  3. Make the filling by mixing the cream cheese, greek yogurt, orange juice and zest and vanilla extract together in a bowl. Now spread this mixture onto the top of the pizza base and then decorate with the fruit topping of your choice.
  4. Serve immediately or store in the fridge for a couple of hours until you are ready to eat it!

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Yay for healthy desserts! This looks so beautiful and is so easy to put together.

Ok, I think this might be the most delicious dessert I’ve had..and knowing it is full of great stuff just makes it even better. I will recommend this to everyone I come across… My colleagues.. My family… Random people on the bus… Lol… I feel this is too good not to be shared.

Oh wow Marie that’s so good to hear! I absolutely love this recipe too, so glad its not just me!!

This looks so beautiful! And I totally agree that desserts can be both delicious AND healthy.

Thank you Anja, its a big favourite in my house!

Hi, my son is allergic to nuts, what could I use instead of almonds?

There isn’t really an alternative, unless you want to use seeds?

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Healthy No Bake Chocolate Fruit Pizza Recipe

A super easy no bake Fruit Pizza recipe that’s gluten and grain free. A fantastic healthy dessert that the whole family can enjoy this summer!

I don’t know about you but sometimes I really struggle to think of healthy dessert recipes and creative ways of getting my children to eat and enjoy more fruit. I love nothing more than a big bowl of fruit salad after a meal but my family don’t share my enthusiasm and would much rather tuck into a sugar-laden chocolate cake instead!

So in an effort to keep everyone happy and eating healthily I came up with this recipe for Chocolate Fruit Pizza.

First up, this is super easy to make and requires no baking whatsoever (my kind of recipe!). The base is made from almonds, dates and coconut oil. Together they provide an excellent boost of protein, fiber, calcium, vitamin E, potassium and medium chain triglycerides (i.e. good fatty acids!)

I used used unsweetened cocoa powder to give the base of the fruit pizza a delicious chocolatey taste. You could also use raw cacao powder but just be aware that the quantities will probably be a lot less. Everything is quickly blitzed together in a food processor. Then pressed into a springform tin or tart dish and placed in the fridge or freezer to set.

The filling is even easier to make. It is simply cream cheese and greek yogurt you mix together and flavour with a little vanilla extract and orange zest. You can then use whatever fruit you like or whatever is in season to top the pizza. For a dairy free version you can use whipped coconut cream in place of the cream cheese and greek yogurt.

This is also a great recipe to get the kids involved in making. Letting them choose the fruit and decorate the pizza is a sure way to get them excited about their food.