Sweet Pizza
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Sweet Pizza

Sweet Pizza

PIZZA PIZZA PIZZA. That was probably my favourite thing as a student. We used to get these really large pizzas that needed two hands to eat. They were really cheap from the local take aways in Bradford. We could get 2 large pizzas and a garlic bread and it would feed all 8 of us.

When Curry’s invited me to do a recipe for their Student Cookbook that they are releasing in September, I thought a massive Pizza cookie would be a great way to either win over new flatmates, or impress those you haven’t seen all summer with your new found mad cooking skillz, yo!

I managed to even source a real Pizza box to put it inside!

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Cooking the base:

You’ll need:

115g unsalted butter
200g caster sugar
1 egg
1 tsp vanilla essence
225g plain flower
1 tsp bicarbonate of soda

How to cook the base:

Pre-heat oven to 175c/gas mark 4 and line a pizza tray or baking sheet with baking paper.

  • Beat the butter and caster sugar together, then add the egg and vanilla essence.
  • Sift the flower and bicarbonate of soda into the mixture.
  • Spread the dough onto the pizza tray or baking sheet.
  • Bake for 18-20 minutes until golden brown.
  • Allow cookie to cool.

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Topping:

200g chocolate
1 tube smarties
Mini marshmallows

Simply melt the chocolate and spread the chocolate over the cookie and then sprinkle the smarties and marshmallows over the top.

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You can use anything as a topping – Reese’s pieces, fudge chunks, chocolate chips, brownie chunks – so go onΒ and create a delightful treat for your friends to enjoy!

What would you put on top of your sweet pizza?

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