|Photo and recipe from Five Heart Home|
After a lot of looking through cookbooks and Pinterest, I decided to bring some Easy Cheese Logs and a couple of kinds of crackers. I also brought a batch of Vee's amazing Shrimp Dip -- click her Recipes button to access it -- and potato chips, plus an artichoke and green chile quiche. For dessert, I settled on this Peanut Butter Cookie S’mores Pizza.
What a great recipe! You spread peanut butter cookie dough on a pizza pan and bake it, then sprinkle on chocolate chips and allow them to melt a few minutes before spreading them over the crust. Lastly you arrange halved marshmallows atop the chocolate and put the pizza under the broiler for just a few seconds. (If I had one of those little kitchen blowtorches, I'd have used that; the broiler makes me so nervous. But it worked and the marshmallows were perfectly toasted and looked so pretty.)
Now, this recipe calls for a 14-inch deep-dish pizza pan. The pans I had were 13 inches at best and were very shallow. I found that I had enough of the peanut butter cookie dough to make 2 pizzas, so I did. I brought one to the get-together and brought the second one to our potluck at church the next day. This dessert pizza went over very well with people. It was a little bit difficult to cut because of the toasted marshmallows being so gooey, but that was its only flaw. A very delicious and unique dessert!