I’ve been tossing around the idea lately for a peanut butter and jelly pizza for my kids. I know that this is not an original idea, but it would be a first for anyone in our family. Having a small amount of left over dough, and seeing that the kids had already eaten a healthy dinner, I decided that the time was right to give it a shot.
The pizza was quite simple – I spread the peanut butter on the dough and baked it. Then, I spread some black raspberry jelly onto the now melted peanut butter base. It still looked uninteresting so I made some drizzle topping from confectioners sugar and water. Having drizzled this onto the pizza, I served it up.
The kids and I thought it was one ugly looking pie, but after one bite they were asking for a second slice! I tasted it and I have to admit that it was quite tasty. It almost tastes like hot peanut butter and jelly toast.
I’m sure this pizza would be a successful dessert pizza if I could only find a way to make it look nicer. Until then this gets the ol’ experimental tag…