Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Peanut Butter Cookie S'mores Pizza

Photo and recipe from Five Heart Home
A couple of weeks ago our church family had a get-together at someone's home to say goodbye to one of our dear older members who was moving to another state far away.  Since our fellowship was planned for the Saturday before the Super Bowl, we decided to go with a tailgating theme (even though we would be eating indoors).

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!


  1. This looks delicious!

    You asked me about a week or so ago if I had a tutorial for the table runner pattern I made for Valentine's Day. I just now made one and it is scheduled to show up on my blog on Monday February 27th.

    1. I hope you will enjoy the recipe if you try it, Barbara!

      Thanks for letting me know about the table runner tutorial. I have subscribed to your blog by email so I will be sure and keep an eye out for the tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. I am definitely a sunrise gal...always have been. When I was a nurse, there was no option.:) We definitely have an early spring here in Alabama but I am not complaining.

    1. I wouldn't be complaining about an early spring either, Arlene. Still lots of snow up here but temps are warm this week so it's beginning to melt. Back to cold next week, I've heard, though.

      Sunrise is more my time too. I like getting up when it's quiet and still dark. Helps me have time for a good amount of prayer and Bible study.


Thanks so much for stopping by to visit my kitchen table! I love company here in my kitchen, so be sure to leave a comment so I'll know you've visited! I'll answer your questions and comments here on the blog unless you request otherwise.