Well good morning. No workout talk yet today because I have more important things to share like the most amazing dessert pizza ever created.
Yeah. I’m not even kidding.
Other STUFT business will have to wait until later.
I’ve expressed my love for Flatouts many times. I’ve made cheese sandwiches, Flatout cinnamon crisps, parmesan crisps, all kinds of different lunch wraps, Flatout BBQ Chicken Pizza and even a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl.
Yeah, I’m a little obsessed obviously.
When I got the offer to participate in a new Flatout Good Grilling Promotion I had to say yes.
We were sent a very generous package over the weekend complete with the new products,
the coolest pizza cutter ever
a Walmart gift card and a recipe book with some fabulously looking pizza recipes.
These new Artisan crusts are pretty awesome. I usually just buy the basic whole wheat Flatouts in bulk at Costco, but you can find these new products at Walmart.
They even have pizza directions on the package.
I’ve actually never grilled pizzas before so we just went the standard oven route.
We made pizzas the other night and were all very excited about it.
We went with some basic cheese pizzas for the boys, supreme pizza for STUFT Daddy and my standard homemade vegetarian pizza for myself.
Here were all our family fixings.
Here are some action shots of our fun.
We baked the pizzas for 10 minutes at 400 and they came out marvelously.
Toddler cheese pizzas.
Manly supreme pizzas.
Mama cheese less vegetarian pizza.
I actually dressed mine up with my three favorite pizza ingredients. (These are my favorite ingredients to add to just about anything- crushed red chili peppers, Cholula and nutritional yeast.)
It ended up looking a little like this before it was consumed.
Oh and that cute little pizza cutter worked like a charm.
Here’s a little video attempt of ours. It didn’t work out so well. Shocker, right?
But, Joaquin’s favorite pizza comment is pretty darn funny so I thought I’d share.
Be on the lookout too, because Kitty makes a cameo towards the end.
And, just because he’s not the only one with sweets on the brain at all times, I had to create my own version of a Flatout dessert pizza. I don’t know why I haven’t thought of it before. I make Flatout cinnamon crisps and/or a Flatout cinnamon crisp bowl so often, I should’ve figured out that a pizza would be just as awesome.
I’ve made it three days in a row now.
Here you go.
Flatout STUFT Dessert Pizza
serves one hungry mama (or two not so hungry kids, mamas, men, etc.)
one Thin Crust Flatout Artisan Pizza
nonstick butter or coconut spray (or similar like I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter)
sweetener or regular sugar (I used my new favorite sweetener)
2 tablespoons prepared PB2 or peanut butter (or any other nut butter of choice)
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Quest Bar
(I actually followed the directions on the package a bit for the baking of this one.)
Line cookie sheet with aluminum foil, spray with nonstick spray and place Flatout on the sheet. Spray top of Flatout with nonstick spray (or butter spray) and sprinkle with cinnamon and sweetener of choice.
Bake at 350 for 2 minutes.
Prepare PB2. I prepared mine like the low calorie peanut butter frosting and made it a little more runny than usual. If you’re using regular peanut butter you might want to heat it up in the microwave a bit.
Remove from oven. Drizzle peanut butter or peanut butter “frosting” over Flatbread.
Top with pieces of chocolate chip cookie dough Quest Bar.
Bake at 350 for an additional 5-6 minutes.
Yes. It is THAT good.
So, what’s in this for you (besides that fabulous recipe of course)?
Well, for the next 29 days, Flatout will be revealing a new pizza recipe each day on their Facebook page here:
Some of the daily recipes include a Walmart coupon.
And…… here’s a chance to win a trip for two to Chicago for The Taste of Chicago food festival.
I would like to go to that please.
But, hey, if I can’t go, at least I can eat this dessert pizza every day. Ha ha.
Are you a dessert pizza fan?
Have you ever tried Flatouts?
*This is a sponsored campaign post. All opinions are my own.