Chocolate Pizza

Welcome to Tasty Tuesday. I’m plucking a recipe from the Cook Like A Writer cook book for this week, as I’ve been in my writer’s cave, participating in the BOOK IN A MONTH CLUB.

I’m also interviewed on Lucy Pireel’s blog today. If you have a moment, click HERE and hop on over to Lucy’s blog and say hello, that is, after you pick up this recipe that I know you’ll want to try.

Most people love pizza.

Most people love chocolate.

Why not put those two together for a heavenly experience? The only thing missing is the stuffed crust, but then again, what’s stopping you from using your imagination and stuffing the crust with more chocolate?

Chocolate Pizza is also a favorite of Maddie Saunders, the heroine in What A Girl Wants. I swear that girl would dip broccoli and asparagus in chocolate if she could.

Kids will love this pizza and the kid in the adult will also enjoy a slice…or two.


Pizza dough (store-bought or homemade)

1/2 stick unsalted butter (about 2 tablespoons butter) melted

1/4 cup as Nutella spared

3/4 cup milk chocolate chips

For Optional Toppings see below


Preheat oven to 450°F.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Sprinkle some flour on your working surface.

Roll out dough on the surface (if using a round pizza pan, then roll out to fit pan, or if using a square pan roll out to fit that pan)

Transfer dough to baking sheet.

Using your thumb, make indentations all over the dough.

Brush the dough with melted butter over.

Bake for about 20 minutes (until dough is a light golden.)

Remove from oven and spread the Nutella over the hot crust.

Sprinkle the chocolate chips all over and return to the oven.

Bake for another 2 – 3 minutes or until chocolate begins to melt.

Cut into slices.

Delicious this way, or experiment with the optional toppings below, or some of

your own creations.

Optional Toppings.

Mini marshmallows (sprinkle on top and broil for 1 – 2 minutes, until marshmallows are golden)

Sprinkle with chopped hazelnuts before serving

Sprinkle with shredded coconut before serving

Add colorful M&M’s before serving

Sprinkle a bit of cayenne pepper, for that sweet & spicy experience


8 responses to “Chocolate Pizza”

  1. OMG! This recipe is amazing! If Maddie wants to try chocolate covered broccoli, I’ll give it a try! I love broccoli! So glad I got the Cook Like a Writer. The recipes are yummy. Visited you on Lucy’s blog also.
    This recipe will be pulled out for our next girls night….. Love it!


    1. Glad you liked the recipe, Pat.

      Maddie would probably eat chocolate covered broccoli, I don’t think I could even go that far. LOL

      Thanks for popping by Lucy’s blog as well.


  2. ladybugsherri Avatar

    My kids will love this. We’ll have to make it as soon as we get a chance.


    1. Hi, LB, it is fun to make with the little ones. I hope they enjoy it. Just PLEASE do not use pecans 😉


  3. Selena, my mouth is watering I can not wait to try this out. Thanks for the great recipe. Good luck in cave!


    1. Thanks, Kelly. My time in the cave has been interrupted as you know, but hoping to get into it tomorrow.


  4. This sounds so good. Anything with the word pizza gets my attention. Thanks for posting this treat 🙂


    1. Thanks, Heidi. Pizza and chocolate. I really don’t think there are any two other words that could get our attention…oh wait, there are a few more. 😉


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