Things are really heating up here and while you’re firing up the grill for pizza night why not make dessert while you’re at it? It’s finally s’mores season, should be always, so a Sourdough S’more Pizza is on the menu for dessert!
I had hoped to share a new recipe with you a couple weeks ago and I lost track of time with the holiday weekend and just decided I needed a little break. Honestly still feeling that way, if not more so needing a break, with everything currently going on here in Minnesota. Mentally I’m just drained and why I haven’t been posting on social media in the last few days as I can’t go on without connecting and scrolling. The news and life in general with the local protesting, rioting, looting, sirens have taken a toll not to mention we’re still in the middle of the Covid pandemic. I’ve honestly been at a loss for words, can’t describe how I feel with everything going on here locally in Minnesota, and around the country, and can’t even pretend to understand how others feel.
Trying to educate my children even more, cherish the moments, and find a new “normal” while growing and trying to do more good every day.
We all know things are different right now in 2020, since yeast is still not easy to find a sourdough crust it is. If you still don’t have sourdough starter taking up a permanent residence in your refrigerator, Suzy (our sourdough starter) has been in ours for a few years now), maybe this is the recipe you’ve been waiting for. There are so many more options than just bread to make with it.
A little messy, hey s’mores usually are, but oh so worth it! You won’t be able to keep your hands clean or from grabbing a slice.
If you still aren’t ready to take the plunge you can make your S’more Pizza with store bought pizza dough, our Neapolitan Pizza Crust, or your own favorite homemade recipe. Than it’s the basic s’more staples, marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers plus one additional special ingredient….chocolate hazelnut spread! You can use Nutella, or we like to use Peanut Butter & Co Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Spread as it’s dairy free. Along with our favorite Dandies Marshmallows, and Hu Chocolate (you can find Hu Chocolate Bars at Whole Foods, Amazon, or can also shop on the Hu website and use code MISSWHISK to save 15% (affiliated link/code)).
A little sweet treat to celebrate the little things in life like family and maybe a summer sunset since this summer is far from “normal”.
Today is Monday, aka Meatless Monday. With many people home right now I hope you consider linking up Deborah and me below or sharing what you you’re making for Meatless Monday or just drop what’s happening in your kitchen below.
|Prep Time||20 minutes|
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
|Passive Time||90 minutes|
12" pizza (9 servings)
- 1 pizza crust (homemade thin sourdough crust, see recipe below)
- 1/2 c chocolate hazelnut spread/ Nutella (Peanut Butter & Co Dark Chocolatey Hazelnut Spread)
- 1 1/2 c mini marshmallows (Dandies Mini Marshmallows)
- 4 graham cracker squares
- 9 pieces chocolate bar (Hu Chocolate 1.25 Hu Chocolate Bars)
- 120 g fed sourdough starter, about 1/2 cup, bubbly
- 240 g all purpose flour
- 3/4 c water
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 tsp avocado oil
Thin Crust Sourdough (makes 2 crusts)
- Mix ingredients together until it comes together.
- Knead for 5-8 minutes.
- Place dough in a bowl, cover, and let dough rest for 1/2-2 hours.
- Preheat oven/grill to 500F with a pizza stone. Divide dough in half and roll into a 12" square, or circle if you prefer.
- Place on a sheet of parchment paper (for easy movement) on a non rimmed baking sheet so you can easily slide it onto the pizza stone.
- Spray crust with coconut or avocado oil spray, poke liberally with a fork to prevent bubbling, and bake for 5 minutes.
- Remove from pizza stone.
- Warm chocolate hazelnut spread for 15-20 seconds so it is easier to spread. Spread chocolate hazelnut spread on crust, top with marshmallows, crushed graham crackers (you can just crush them with your hands over the pizza) and bake an additional 3-5 minutes until marshmallows are puffed and golden brown.
- Let cool 3-5 minutes before slicing and enjoying!
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we made smores on the grill a few weeks ago. I had forgotten how amazingly yummy they are. What a fun variation this is. Can never go wrong with pizza and chocolate!
They’re a summer staple in our house! I don’t think we’ve ever made them on the grill, well other than on a pizza, wrapped in a packet with a cone or banana.