It’s been a while since my last s’more recipe and with spring (finally) here and Easter coming up, I’m full speed ahead on all things pastel and/or flowery.
So, I put together a quick (fool-proof) recipe that is part s’more and part dessert pizza – then threw in some Easter candy and edible flowers for good measure. AND a few blog buds are also chiming in today, for even more recipes for the occasion. Click through for my s’more recipe and all the others too.
Ingredients for S’more Dessert Pizza
- 16oz cookie dough (store-bought or homemade)
- 8oz Easter candy (Robin’s Eggs, Cadbury mini eggs, etc)
- 12oz jumbo marshmallows
- 8oz vanilla icing
- handful of edible flowers (available at most Whole Foods)
You’ll also need a creme brûlée torch (and butane fuel to fill it up) to toast up the marshmallows, which you can find on Amazon.
I started with one pound of store-bought cookie dough (chocolate chip cookie – but sugar cookie, peanut butter, etc would all be good too). Sectioned out the dough into two each pieces (each 1/2 pound), rolled each one into a ball, flattened it out a bit and then indented the middle a little too – to make sure it didn’t get too puffy in the center.
Then, I baked each one on a baking sheet at 350 degrees according to the instructions on the packaging, plus a couple of extra minutes to accommodate the giant size. To give you a better idea, I baked each giant cookie separately for 14-15 minutes and the packaging said 12-13. Remove from the oven and let cool.
Next up is the marshmallow layer. I just used a handful of jumbo marshmallows and then torched them with my creme brûlée torch (mine is from Amazon) to get them a little melty. Then, I microwaved the icing and poured it over the marshmallows, sprinkled some crushed up Robin’s Eggs (my favorite Easter candy) over the top and added edible flowers to make it pretty. That’s it!
Quick note… I know some people really hate Robin’s Eggs (they’re not for everyone – I get it), so as an alternative, Cadbury mini eggs, pastel sprinkles, etc would work just as well.
So, that’s my spring meets Easter, meets s’more, meets dessert pizza concoction. If you’re a sugar addict, I’m pretty sure you’re going to be into this one.
What do you think of this s’more dessert pizza? Think you’ll give it a try?
P.S. For even more spring / Easter dessert recipes, be sure to visit my blog buds and their spring / Easter recipes… carrot scones with cream cheese glaze on The Effortless Chic, the best carrot cake from Freutcake, bunny butt cake from Julie Blanner, Easter candy bark from The Sweetest Occasion, and Easter dessert kabobs on Inspired by Charm.