It is easy to rationalize how the ingredients of this pizza are not too unhealthy. Easy, but not 100% accurate. So when you make this pizza, be sure to have a bunch of friends on hand to help you eat it.
This also makes a wonderful gift to bring with you to a party! Especially if you visit your favorite pizza delivery place and offer to pay them for a pizza delivery box or two. I've done this many times, and have never been asked to pay. The publicity of having their name seen at a party may be sufficient payment.
Step 1: Ingredients
1 lb milk chocolate block
1/2 C white chocolate chips
1/2 C nonpareils
1/3 C whole cashews (roasted)
1/3 C whole almonds (roasted)
1/2 C dried kiwi strips
1/3 C chopped dried papaya
1/4 C dried pineapple chunks
1/3 C dried strawberry pieces
(1) Please use a milk chocolate block rather than chocolate chips! Chocolate chips have additional ingredients that allow them to keep their shape during baking. We want the chocolate to melt and flow easily. Please search the Internet and read some of the articles on melting chocolate and tempering chocolate. Those are beyond the scope of my instructable. The basic melting practice is to melt it slowly, whether in a microwave oven (20 seconds at a time, stir, repeat until fully melted) or in a double boiler (stirring constantly once it starts to melt until fully melted). DO NOT overheat your chocolate or it will be unuseable. And if using the double boiler method DO NOT let any steam or water get into the melting chocolate or it wil seize and you'll have to start over. Tempering is not absolutely necessary, but it will produce a nicer looking product and have the "snap" associated with biting into good quality chocolate.
(2) I was able to find dried "fruit salad" at my local grocery store. Unfortunately, they only had dried "fruit salad" where the pieces were lightly coated with sugar. Obviously, not as healthy as dried fruit without sugar.
(3) The quantities given above are what I started with. Depending on the placement of the ingredients on the pizza, you may or may not be able to cram all of the ingredients onto the pizza. Keep in mind that if it doesn't touch the milk chocolate, it will fall off!