Today I wanted to present to you a combo – something that is both simple AND pizza. I also wanted to depart a bit from the dinner time pizza and give to you - Lo and BEHOLD! - a dessert pizza!
WHaaaaaat? Pizza for dessert? What madness is this? It's not madness, it's good sense people. Even though it's coming from me.
This is a great pizza to make for a simple dessert or even as a little appetizer for a brunch.
What You Need:
Pizza dough (made or bought)
Honey (you can use a flavored honey if you want - go nuts!)
Ground cinnamon (a healthy sprinkle)
Ground cloves (a smaller sprinkle)
What To Do:
Preheat your oven with pizza stone to 500 degrees for at least a half an hour.
While your oven is heating up, roll out your dough and place it on your pizza peel (that has been sprinkled with semolina flour or cornmeal for easy in-and-out-of-oven transfers). Drizzle with honey. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Sprinkle with cloves.
Put it in the oven.
NOTE: This is going to smell incredible. Like cinnamon heaven. Resist the urge to open the oven door and put the piping hot pizza in your mouth. Whole. Because you will want to.
Remove pizza after about 10 minutes, or when the crusts are golden-brown and the topping is bubbling. Let it rest for a minute or two before you dive in: hot honey is HOTTTTT. Like really hot. Don't say I didn't warn you.
Prepare for amazingness.
But WAIT! To make it even more wonderful, drink this wine with it (thanks to our friends at Astor Wines for the recommendation):
It's Sparkling Blanc "Ze Bulle", Zéro Pointé – 2009, and if this appeals to you (I don't see why it wouldn't) you can find it here.