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John Setzler

Strawberry Pizza

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Dough:

 

300 grams (2 cups plus two tablespoons) all purpose flour (100%)
195 grams (7/8 cup) lukewarm water (65%)
6 grams (3/4 tsp) salt (2%)
6 grams (1 1/2 tsp) active dry yeast (2%)
2 tbsp melted butter
1 1/2 to 2 tsp ground cinnamon

 

Note: You can easily use a store-bought pizza dough for this recipe if you choose.  

 

Combine the yeast and water and let dissolve for 10-15 minutes.  Add the melted butter.

 

Wisk the dry ingredients together in a separate mixing bowl.  

 

After the yeast has dissolved, combine with the dry ingredients and knead by hand or in a mixer with a dough hook until there is no sign of dry flour left.  Cover with plastic in mixing bowl and let rise until doubled in size, about 1 hour.

 

Preheat the grill to 375°F and set up for indirect cooking on a pizza stone. 

 

Make your glaze drizzle:

 

Wisk together:

1 cup powdered sugar
2 tbsp milk
1 to 2 tsp vanilla extract

 

After your dough has risen, form it out into a 12-14 inch diameter pizza crust.  Put it on the grill and cook it by itself for about 10 minutes. 

Remove it from the grill.

 

Spread cream cheese frosting over the surface of the crust (See recipe below).

 

4 oz butter, softened

4 oz cream cheese, softened

2 cups powdered sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

 

Mix together completely

 

Spread Strawberry Pie Filling over the surface (or any other pie filling or combination of pie fillings that you might like.

Return to the pizza stone on the grill for another 10 minutes.

 

After that 10 minutes. sprinkle on some chocolate chips and cook for another 5 to 8 minutes.

 

Remove from the grill and let cool for 10 minutes and then drizzle with your glaze.
 

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24 minutes ago, John Setzler said:

 

I want to do it again with a cracker crust.

 

 

Cracker crust makes a nice light desert crust when you've stuffed yourself on dinner - LOL 

 

Next time I make one I'll have to put your drizzle on it. Will use Bistro Blueberries this spring. 

 

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