Nutella Pizza using only 5 ingredients is kind of a big deal in our house!
We first came across a dessert pizza many years ago when dining at Rashay’s, and I immediately knew I had to replicate it at home. Needless to say it’s now become a family favourite.
It’s relatively quick and easy dessert, a real crowd pleaser, and it goes a long way, so perfect for a dinner party. I use yoghurt dough as my base, it’s so light and fluffy and perfect in this dessert.
Here’s what you’ll need to make it –
1 cup of Farmer’s Union Greek yoghurt
1.5 cups of self-raising flour (plus extra for rolling)
1 cup of Nutella
1 punnet of washed and sliced fresh strawberries
1 tablespoon of icing sugar
Optional – You can add whatever your heart desires along with or in place of the strawberries. We’ve tried banana in the past and it’s a winner, and most berries would compliment this pizza beautifully. If you’re really wanting to impress (and forget about the calories) you could add mini marshmallows and your favourite chocolate bar either sliced or crumbled over the top. Crunchie bars and bananas would be AMAZING!!
In a bowl combine the yoghurt and flour and mix to combine. Gently knead on a floured surface for 1 minute and then roll out to form a 30cm circle. Place on a pizza stone or tray and bake at 180c fan forced for 20 minutes.
As soon as the base is cooked, carefully remove from the oven and start smothering that bad boy in Nutella. I used approximately 1 cup, but depending on your love for Nutella, add more, go hard lol. Spread it all over the base leaving a 1cm gap around the crust of the pizza. Top with the sliced strawberries and gently dust with icing sugar. Serve warm as is or with ice-cream and a sprig of mint for the ultimate dessert.
These quick and easy delicious little morsels only require 5 ingredients, and they are all the yum’s!
I’m not taking credit for the yoghurt dough as I have no idea where it originated, but this is how I make mine.
2 cups of self-raising flour
1 cup of Greek style yoghurt
1 cup of grated Tasty cheese
Pre-heat oven to 180c fan forced.
In a large bowl mix your flour and yoghurt until well combined. I knead it for a minute or two, but to take away the elbow grease you can use a mixer with dough hooks.
Lightly flour the bench and using a rolling pin, roll your dough into a rectangle shape until it’s around 1-2cm thick.
Smear with butter and Vegemite just as as you would when making a sandwich and sprinkle with grated Cheese.
Roll the dough up to resemble a log, cut 3cm rounds, place flat on a lined baking tray and bake for approximately 15 minutes or until golden.
Optional – prior to baking, you can top with extra grated cheese.
Apple Pie Scrolls are a great treat, snack and perfect for the lunch box. I had a few apples that needed to be consumed, so I’ve winged creating this recipe, and they are scrumptious and a huge hit with my family.
2 cups of Self-raising flour
1 cup of Greek style yoghurt
1 tablespoon of butter
3 apples peeled, cored and diced into tiny 1cm cubes
1/2 a teaspoon of cornflour
1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
Pre-heat your oven to 180c fan forced.
Add your diced apples, cornflour, cinnamon and brown sugar to a bowl and mix until the apples are well coated and set aside.
To make the dough, combine the flour and yoghurt in a large bowl and mix until combined. Knead for a minute or two (you can use a mixer with the dough hooks attached if you prefer) and place on a lightly floured surface. Using a rolling pin, roll the dough out to around 1-2cm thickness in a rectangle shape.
Spread the butter on the dough and then add the apples leaving a 3cm gap at the top. As you tightly roll the dough to form a log, the gap is giving room for the apples to move up so they don’t spill out the top.
Cut the log into 3cm rounds, and place flat on a lined baking tray or into a cupcake tray. You should have a small amount of liquid in the bottom of the apple bowl so drizzle that on top.
Bake for approximately 15 minutes or until golden and then inhale.
Optional – you could drizzle with a little icing and flaked almonds to fancy them up a tad, but they are great like this. Great for a lunch box treat, morning tea, or for dessert served with custard.