In the spirit of experimentation, I have been trying out various dessert recipes. Trying new things is something I am making a conscious effort to do more of here at i am baker. (So if you have requests, do let me know!)
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There are some really positive changes happening around here and I am truly excited where it’s leading me. I hope you will consider coming along for the ride! It is definitely more fun with you!
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Back to dessert pizza. One of the best things about this is the shortbread cookie crumble on top of the pizza. I asked my sweet Parker if he would help out and he was happy to lend a hand.
Ha! I seriously need to stop laughing at my own jokes. That or just keep on laughing.
I think I will choose laughing. It’s helps you lose weight right? And after this pizza that is a good thing.
So this is a layer of cinnamon and sugar pizza, a cream cheese layer, a blueberry pie filling layer, then shortbread crumbles.
Not too shabby eh?
Recipe just barely adapted from Boboli.com.
These four pieces look about right. The kids can split the small ones. ;)
I know I have a fork in the picture, but in my defense, I took the picture before actually trying the pizza. Once I actually had a bite, it was immediately apparent that this was a job for the ole hands. No utensils needed!