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This dessert pizza is for peanut butter lovers. It's got a peanut butter "sauce", and is topped with oatmeal cookie 'dough', and chopped chocolate.

**Not recommended for individuals with allergies to peanuts, chocolate, or oats. If you are allergic to these things, I'm sorry. I'll try to find a variation that all can enjoy.**
 
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Step 1: Ingredients

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You will need:

Ingredients:
- Pizza dough (store bought or homemade)
- Peanut butter
- Oatmeal cookie dough mix
- Butter
- Chocolate chips (or chopped chocolate)

Equipment:
- Rolling pin (or smooth glass [optional])
- Flour
- Pizza tray or baking tray
- Fork (or two butter knives)
- Mixing bowl

Step 2: The Dough

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Flour your workspace. Then remove your pizza dough from package, and stretch or roll to desired size.

Step 3: The "Sauce"

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Scoop about 3/4 C of peanut butter into a microwave safe bowl, and put into microwave for 30 second increments until melty.

The consistency you are looking for is that of a thick syrup, or a thinner molasses. Basically, you want to be able to pour it out, but have it stay put.

When it's the right consistency, pour it onto the dough, and spread with a spatula leaving some room around the edge.

Step 4: Toppings

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Toppings are entirely up to you. There are endless possibilities. What I used isn't what you have to use, but it's what I used. And what I used was chocolate and an oatmeal cookie dough mixed with butter to make a sort of crumble topping.

Step 5: Baking!

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Bake in a preheated oven at 425* for about 12 minutes, or until the dough is cooked through.

Step 6: And Done!

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When time is up, remove your peanut buttery chocolatey concoction from the oven. LET IT COOL. The peanut butter needs time to re-solidify before cutting, or else you may get covered in hot sticky peanut buttery napalm. Fair warning. Once it's cooled, go ahead and cut it and enjoy.
9b4z1l2 years ago
This looks sooooooo good
This looks like a really cool way to make dessert pizza. Most dessert pizzas I've seen have too many ingredients and try to overcomplicate things. This, on the other hand, looks just my speed and really delicious.
Mmmm! I haven't really tried a dessert pizza. It sounds great!
TheGeek1984 (author)  Penolopy Bulnick3 years ago
Just so you know, it was a lot of peanut butter. I think next time I'll try cutting back. It's good though.