Saturday, March 17, 2012

Pizza Cookies

I was giggling with excitement the whole time I was taking these photos. Doesn't my cookie look like a real pizza? I hope you see it... otherwise I'm the only one thinking this looks cool.  My daughter gave me the idea when I baked a batch of cookies and topped them with strawberry jam and shredded coconut.  She called them little pizzas.  So that got my mind working and I decided I must make a cookie that really looked like one.  I was so thrilled that this "experiment" came out.   My kids were thrilled too, especially my daughter who flaunted to her brother that it was all her idea. :)  I actually baked this cookie on a pizza stone so it really felt like I was making a pizza.. What fun!  Okay we did do something not usually done with a pizza we topped each slice with some whip cream.  That's okay... we'll just call that the Parmesan cheese. LOL!  If you have kids or are a kid at heart, make this pizza cookie and enjoy.

These are the cookies that inspired the big Pizza Cookie

1 box of yellow cake mix
2 eggs
1/3 cup canola oil
strawberry jam (as needed)
sweeten shredded coconut flakes (as needed)

Mix cake mix, eggs and oil together.  If you are forming a large pizza grease you pizza pan and then form a pizza crust. I took large dollops of cookie batter and plopped it around the pizza pan then greased my hands a bit and connected them together to make one crust.  Make sure you make the crust small by 1 inch around the edge so the cookie has a place to spread out.  If you want to make mini cookies place them on a greased baking sheet as normal. 

Bake the small cookies for 14-15 minutes at 350 degrees (depending on the size).  You want them to start getting brown around the edges. Take them out of the oven and use a fork to flatten the puffy tops in the center. Add jam and coconut and bake for another 1-2 minutes. Allow the cookies too cook completely on the cookie sheet. Enjoy.

For the large pizza:

For the large pizza bake in the oven for 20 minutes until edges and top are golden brown.  Top the entire pizza with enough strawberry jam and shredded coconut. Bake for another 1-2 minutes.  Allow to cool on pizza pan. Slice and Serve. Enjoy.

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  1. I love the large pizza cookie. How cute! I will have to remember this when my daughter gets big enough to appreciate it!

  2. What a great idea!!! I'm thinking of having a pizza party soon for the kids and these would be perfect for dessert. Thanks for sharing!!!

  3. Yummy pizza cookies looks so cute.

  4. What a great idea...Love this, and I think my kids would enjoy eating this too!

  5. This would be so fun to serve at a pizza party! YUMMY idea, Ramona!

  6. Great idea to add more fun to baking cookies :) Thank you for sharing, Ramona!

  7. this pizzas looking hot n delicious.........loved the presentation....can feel the taste as well...hmmmm..yumyumm....

  8. This is awesome! Not only do the cookies look absolutely delicious, but they really look like pizza!

  9. What a stunning idea - you could have fooled me :D
    Looks so delicious now that I can see the warm jam dripping off the crumby golden cookie!

    Choc Chip Uru

  10. What a smart little girl you have! I bet this was fun to make and then to see this perfect outcome! It does look like a pizza - In fact, I thought it was! :) You are so clever! Hope your having a great weekend!

  11. Such a great idea...the lil pizza cookies reminds of the actual mini pizzas we used to order from our school canteen...looked exactly the same, though it wasnt a cookie!!
    Great job and ur daughters idea is a super hit!!! :-)


  12. Ramona, this is fantastic. What a cool and creative cooking idea! A 'slice' of cookie :)

  13. Ramona great dear....that is a very love pizza cookie....

  14. that looks like a awesome pizza

  15. Ohhh goodness! How fun are these?!!! Fab idea, Ramona!

  16. Woah! Great idea. Really love the mini pizza cookies.

  17. this would be so cute to take to an office party - thanks for sharing!

  18. My granddaughter would love these! We'd have to make them without the coconut because of her allergies. Maybe chocolate chips would be a good substitute.


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