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Dessert pizza

sweet pizza for dessert
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you would need to replace the dough and cheese, but with what? some soft and chewy doughy thing, but with enough substace to support the toppings. toppings would be things like berries, banannas, kiwi, pinaple (not cooked, its sweeter that way) I have no idea what could be used for cheese (some kind of extra thick whipped cream?)
Emohawk42, Mar 25 2000

Godfather's Pizza http://www.godfathers.com/
This chain already offers dessert pizzas, although I don't think they offer custom ones. If memory serves, they are like pizza-sized M&M cookies. [l2g, Mar 25 2000, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Pavlova recipie http://www.nz.com/N...Food/PavRecipe.html
Pavlova, the NZ National Dessert [hippo, Mar 25 2000, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Cici's pizza http://www.cicispizza.com
"Our pizza's even better than the price!" Cheap pizza, comes in dessert varieties too! [absterge, Mar 25 2000, last modified Oct 17 2004]

(?) [brettjs]'s link as a link http://www.dqtexas.com/treat.html
[angel, Mar 25 2000, last modified Oct 17 2004]


       cheese? CHOCOLATE!!!!
rmutt, Mar 25 2000, last modified Jun 20 2000

       Pizza hut used to have something similar...a sort of pie-crust type crust with apple or strawberry and a sugar glaze similar to a danish...
StarChaser, Mar 25 2000

       It already exists - Pavlova! - A pizza-shaped circle of crunchy, gooey meringue, topped with fresh whipped cream and chopped fruit (kiwifruit, strawberries, etc.)
hippo, Mar 27 2000

       Buy a tube of crescent rolls (pillsbury I think). Unroll, but keep intact, on a rectangular cookie sheet. Sprinkle sugar over the dough. Brown it in oven. Sweeten some cream cheese, maybe add some juice, be creative, and spread over dough. Slice lots of fresh fruit and place over fruit pizza. Warm up some apple jelly and glaze top of fruit pizza with the jelly. Chill it if you have that much control   

       ....Also, there are some other's with regular pizza crusts, chocolate and nuts with powered sugar over the top, apple cinnamon, and I've seen bararian cream (did not try that one out LOL)...   

       Bon Appetite =~P
Shreela, May 19 2000

       As Starchaser mentioned, Pizza Hut has a dessert pizza on their lunch buffet.   

       Also, Dairy Queen has a dessert called the "Treatza Pizza" (sp?) The crust is cookie crumble, and THICK caramel or chocolate sauce. Topped with ice cream, nuts, smarties, whatever other candy that goes into a Blizzard, and caramel and chocolate strips. It's pretty good, but tough to eat because the crust is rock hard when frozen, and the ice cream isn't ice cream when not.
TheTom, Jun 19 2000

       Alfy's, a chain in Western Washington, has yet another variant on the same. Actual pizza crust, a layer of custard, a layer of pie filling (mmm, cherry), and a drizzling of sugar glaze. I like the use of actual crust -- good chewy bread under all that sweet goo, very satisfying. But no custom toppings here, either. Sigh.
eritain, Jun 21 2000

       Theres a retaurant called CICI's Pizza that serves desert Pizza.You get regular crust with choclate,some white custard stuff and cinnamon.I especially like the chocolate.:)
alien_monkey_1, Jul 01 2000

       I can beat that - my favourite little restaurant in my hometown of Reigate here in the UK does Desert Pizza. It's like a regular pizza, but the dough is brioche dough (sweet dough with eggs). The pizza is topped with either: a) Chocolate ganache with rum bananas or b) berry fruit coulis with berry fruits soake in Kirsch both are served with home made vanillaand cinnamon ice cream. They are FANTASTIC. (But have to say, doesn't beat their banana tarte tatin...)
goff, Jul 07 2000

       Dessert pizza? It's called pie.
mrthingy, Aug 24 2000, last modified Aug 13 2001

       This idea is not baked - it's frozen! Ha! Ha! Ha!... Heh..
Scott_D, Aug 24 2000

       Mrthingy, 'pizza' is not equal to 'pie'.
StarChaser, Aug 24 2000

       dessert pizza exists. the local Pizza Hut has it in cherry apple and blueberry floavors. thin crust with pie filling and glaze. a local chain called Pizza Plus had a similar idea, only the filling was replaced with cheesecake mix and fruit.
morpheus282, Nov 28 2000

       "Pizza" means "pie" in Italian....
cIEL, Dec 06 2000

Vecini, Jan 16 2001

       So, "pizza pie" is redundant? There should be a word for phrases that are redundant across two languages as in Sahara Desert, breaking and entering, assault and battery, etc (those last two are from French and English law).
centauri, Jan 16 2001

       "Tautology" doesn't include the cross-language aspect centauri pointed out.
jutta, Jan 16 2001

       I have seen a dessert pizza offered in Japan. I think in the US too.
Vance, Feb 08 2001

       My mom made a candy pizza once. It was sooooo sweet you could only eat a few bites before getting sick of it.
VeXaR, Jul 19 2001

       Baked! Dessert Pizzas DO exist. I had one at Planet Hollywood back in '97. It was a pastry thingie topped with fruits. EXCELLENT!
Sparki, Aug 13 2001

       Baked! Uh, well, um, not exactly *baked*. You get the idea... ;) Here's a picture of Dairy Queen's version, which it's had for several millenia.   


       It is EXTREMELY rich. Half a slice is about 3x my personal daily allowance for sugar. Makes my head hurt for hours afterward. However, I don't know if this is from the 3.5 gallons of frozen caramel it's gorged in or the fact that the ice cream contained within is manufactured using actual wallpaper paste.
jester, Sep 01 2001

       I, too, must chime in with "baked" as these things exist in almost every pizza joint around my house. They're basically pizza crust covered with some sort of sugar-syrup (think glazed donuts) and fruit.
AfroAssault, Nov 14 2001

       I definately remember when "Tennage Mutant Ninja/Hero Turtles" were big, ASDA stocked at least two types of dessert pizza... one was a chocolate sauce with a marshmallow in each quarter that melted and went VERY gooey, the other was an apple crumble-style affair...   

       Both were great when I was about nine... I'd imagine slightly too sweet now...
Seaneeboy, Feb 04 2003

       For Emohawk42: You say you don't know what to replace the dough and cheese with for a dessert pizza? Hello!!!! Use cookie dough for the crust ( you know just take some store-bought or home-made cookie dough and press it into the bottom of a pizza pan and bake) DUH! and use sweetened flaked coconut for the cheese. See Easy!! Or for those who don't want to go to all that hassle- order one from Pizza Hut. Yum! Yum! Used to work there, I should know. Sorry to sound so sarcastic but sometimes I just can't believe some of these questions. All you have to do is just use your imaginations a little bit.
92eclipse, Mar 06 2003

       ::ehem:: VERY baked!! I have seen many variations on this...
F3ArxN03ViL, Apr 01 2003

       Cici's Pizza. At least 5 varieties to choose from. Baked.
DesertFox, Feb 28 2005


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