Dessert Pizza with Variations: Grape and Pine Nut, Apple and Gorgonzola, Mascarpone and Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread



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  • on August 27, 2011


    I made the Marscapone and Nutella calzones. They are wonderful! I sprinkled the dough with a little sugar instead of a little salt. The marscapone ran out of the calzones even though I was very careful to seal the edges. The steam popped a hole in most of them. Next time I'm going to use a mini ice cream scoop and make little balls of marscapone and nutella, freeze them and then put them in the dough. Excellent recipe overall!

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  • on June 15, 2011


    Made the pizza dough just now and AMAZING!!! The dough was a little wetter than other recipes I've used (and uses much more yeast) so had to add quite a bit of flour to get the right consistency, about 3/4-1 cup more. Could have been that I loosened the flour before measuring it. Next time I will weigh it for accuracy. Also, if using plastic wrap, to cover dough which I did, make sure to oil lightly as I only lightly floured the dough and ended up with the dough sticking to the wrap quite a bit. I am most critical of my own cooking and this was FABULOUS. I did bake the pizza on a pre-heated pizza stone which resulted in a crispy crust with a soft center. Definitely a keeper! Grazie mille, David!!!!

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  • on May 22, 2011


    Made the pizza dough from the recipe provided. Used grape seed oil as I wanted a neutral tasting oil.
    The grape pizza was delicious! I used ground almonds and pecans instead of pine nut. I used a little brown sugar and honey to top pizza. I sprinkled the crust with cinnamon and nutmeg. The hot grapes are like little mounds of sweet hot raisins/hot grapes. Trust me, they are wonderful.
    I also made the apple blue cheese pizza with a little cinnamon, mixed almonds/pecans drizzled with honey. The blue cheese, apples, and honey all mixed together and hot make a wonderful taste combination.
    These have been added to my "make again" folder.
    Thanks David.
    Jim in So Calif

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