If I had to rank my favorite holidays, I think in the order it would be Mardi Gras, Halloween, Christmas, and Thanksgiving. The joy, community and food that surrounds almost all of these holidays is what I love the most. So needless to say I had so much fun creating and shooting this smore's dessert pizza!
While you may not be having a big Halloween party this year, this recipe is perfect for gatherings of smaller sizes. The best part is, it's super easy and fun for kids and big kids (adults) alike. You get all the deliciousness of a s'more without having to smell like a campfire or battling the never ending mosquito bites.
If you make this please tag me so I can see your creation- @low_carb_shawty.
favorite brownie recipe, halved (mine is here!)
cinnamon coconut sugar
Preheat the oven to 425 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Prepare the brownie mix as directed.
Remove the crust from the freezer and sprinkle the outer crust with cinnamon coconut sugar.
Carefully spoon and spread the brownie batter onto the pizza crust.
Bake for 13-15 minutes or until the brownie batter is set and the crust is done
Turn the oven broiler on high.
Top the pizza with marshmallows and broil until marshmallows reach the desired brownness. (See notes for marshmallow alternatives)
Other ways to add marshmallow:
Spider Web Marshmallows - This is the method I did. Place 2 marshmallows at a time in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave on high for about 20 seconds, until just melted. Allow the marshmallows to cool enough that you can touch it and so that you can get sticky cobweb-like strands from it. You can test the consistency by dipping your thumb and index finger into the marshmallows and opening and closing until the marshmallows become stringy. Once stringy, make a web over the top and sides of the pizza, dipping your fingers back into the marshmallow mixture as necessary. Repeat with more marshmallows until you have achieved your desired look. This works best if you place the pizza on a raised cake stand so that you can pull it over the sides.
Marshmallow Fluff - warm a few tablespoons of marshmallow fluff in the microwave. Use a spoon or chopstick and drizzle over the cake and create a spider web-like look.
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