7/1/13

Apple Pie Dessert Pizza Recipe

Hola Amigos! I'm so disappointed at myself for not having 1 single decoration or something special for the 4th of July! Shame on me! I honestly just haven't got a chance to sit down and craft anything! What I've been doing a lot of is cooking and just had a literal "last minute thought" and decided to cook up something to celebrate such a magnificent date.
What is more representative of our American Culture than Apple Pie! Songs, Poems, Sayings have been created around this little pastry, so I think it deserves a place of honor in the upcoming celebration!
Keep in mind this is last minute and was made with things I had at hand. No major baking or preparation, but  easy and quick ....just one thing though, don't say it out loud because your guest are not going to believe you when you tell them how you put it together!
All of the items, but the apples came from the Dollar Store! oh yeah baby, one of my favorite places ever! Who says you can't create deliciousness on a budget! Here is the recipe.

Apple Pie Dessert Pizza 
1 Personal  Pre Made Cinnamon Crust
1 Green Apple Cubed
3 TBSP Brown Sugar
1 half of  a Lemon juiced
1 tsp flour
1 TBSP Cinnamon Applesauce (optional)
1/4 tsp Cinnamon or more to taste
1 Pinch Nutmeg
A handful of crushed Candy'n Cookies or your favorite 
Mini Marshmallows 
Caramel topping or Caramel Candies
Note: Ingredients are for 1 personal pizza, just double for more.

Heat oven at 450F.
Combine your cubed apples with all the ingredients except the crushed cookies, marshmallows and caramel.

Bake this mix in an oven resistant bowl for 10 minutes. Test for doneness of the apples after this time, depending on your oven or personal taste if you like them mushier bake them some more.
Remove your Pizza from the wrapping and place the hot apple mix on it. Top it with the crushed cookies and bake at 450 for 3 to 3 1/2 minutes. Remove and top it with your marshmallows, place the pizza back in the oven  for the marshmallows to get brown,  for an additional 2 minutes.

Remove from oven, let it cool for 1 minute and serve!
Listo,

I melted some Vanilla Caramels that I had around with a little bit of heavy cream and drizzle this mix on top of my marshmallows!

Delish!!!!
As you can see friends, I'm sure you have every thing you need for this recipe in your pantry, fridge or purse (yeah.....I carry a bag of chocolate and caramels in my purse...don't judge, lol) with the exception perhaps of the cute mini cinnamon crust from the dollar store.
It's crispy and sweet at the same time!

Between prep and cooking time I'll say your personal Apple Pie Pizza is done in 20 minutes! Isn't that fantastic?

With a glass of milk or vanilla ice cream it's delicious!

Hope you enjoy my little Apple Pizza Pie! It was fun to make and delicious to eat!
Happy Birthday America! and remember that no matter where you reside in this beautiful country of ours, if you are overseas or if you are not american by birth but believe in the values and people of this great country, everything tastes better with a Pinch of Love!

P.S here is a sneak preview of the tomorrow's post, wink, wink

Besitos,
Lizy

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28 comments:

  1. OK, this sounds flipping amazing, I'm drooling!!!

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  2. This looks SOOOOO GOOD, Lizy!! I had to pin it twice! lol ;) It NEEDED to be in both my "Sweets for the Sweet" and "PIZZA" pinboards! ;) Thanks for sharing!! :D Hope your week is off to a terrific start, friend! :)

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  3. The toasted marshmallows look so good!

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  4. G'day! Never heard of an apple pie dessert pizza, true!
    but apple pie and pizza...a very American thing to do!

    Cheers! Joanne
    What's On The List
    http://www.whatsonthelist.net
    Foodie Friends Friday Party too!

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  5. Wow!!! That looks awesome. I can remember going to pizza hut when I was little and always getting their apple dessert pizza. Yours looks WAY better! YUM!

    Krista @ joyfulhealthyeats

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    1. Oh my Gosh Krista! you are right! I totally forgot about the Pizza Hut apple pizza!!!! I used to love it too!!! wow isn't that a blast from the past...at least for me that is...I was a little girl a long...long...long..well you get the idea! Thanks for bringing back some good memories!

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  6. AMAZING!!!! Hubby would love it. Stopped by from Tasty Tuesdays

    Lori
    Lori's Culinary Creations

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    1. Thanks Lori, I hope your hubs enjoys it if you give it a try!

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  7. Sounds delish. I just found you via Tasty Tuesday! Question "Premade cinnamon crust". I have never seen this at my grocery store. Any ideas for an alternative or do you have the brand name for me to look for? Thanks.
    www.foodyschmoody.blogspot.com

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    1. Hello and thank you so much for stopping by! I purchased my cinnamon pizza crust at my local Dollar Tree store. I really haven't looked for them at the regular grocery store though...The brand I used is Camillo's Cinnamon Crust With Icing! I thought they were kinda neat and for only $1 decided to give them a try. I hope you can find them in your area. :)

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  8. OMG, do you deliver?? 30 minutes or it's free to Canada right? lol
    Thank you for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

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    1. Hi Cindy, lol...I wish...Gosh knows I could use some good tip money, lol to go back to the dollar store! thanks for stopping by girl!

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  9. holy cow looks so delish! it is very inventive. I'm also looking forward to seeing the smores pizza as well!

    love your blog!!
    lauren
    www.girlsgonefood.com

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    1. Thanks Lauren! Thank you for stopping by!

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  10. So I looked at your picture of ingredients before I completely read through your post & I was like 'hey, she got all that stuff from the Dollar Tree'!! I love that!! I'm a Dollar Store addict! ;) I will definitely be trying this out!
    Pinning & FB sharing!

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  11. OH MY NOM! What an amazing dessert! :) I don't even know where to begin but that looks unbelievable! Thank you so much for linking up with me this week at Tasty Tuesdays! I’ve pinned this & shared it with my followers! Please be sure to stop back by the party and check out some of the other links!

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    1. Thank You Anyonita! so happy you liked it! Just something different for the kids to enjoy!

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  12. I think you have made such a wonderful dessert that you didn't have to make decorations! This dessert looks great!

    Thanks for sharing it at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. I will be featuring it in the Top 10 of the In and Out party! The post will go live tomorrow. Thanks again!

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  13. This looks incredible! I love the addition of the marshmallows! Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #20!

    ~Amber @ Dessert Now, Dinner Later!
    http://www.dessertnowdinnerlater.com

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  14. I would love some of this, Lizy!

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  15. Oh man.... how can i look at all these desserts and stay slim??!! ha ha.. Well, at least the apple bits are healthy... I'm kidding. Thank you so much for linking it up at our linky party. I know you are making some kids VERY HAPPY with your recipe(s)!

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    1. Thank You Rose...lol..yup my oldest is very happy since mamma became a blogger with all the extra treats he's getting lol!

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  16. Ok girl how come you don't weigh as much as I use to with all these amazing ooey gooey goodnesses!! LOVE it.

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  17. You always make the most delicious looking desserts! Would love a piece of this fresh out of the oven! Thanks for sharing at All Things Pretty!

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  18. Wow, this sounds amazing! Thanks for linking up to Good Tastes Tuesday!

    Blessings, Heather

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  19. Lizy,
    So it's 10am and I'm wanting to make dessert already after reading your post. I like the addition of butterfinger to the recipe. It's fat free right? :D Thanks so much for linking up to our "Inspire Me Please" blog party....I'm featuring you this week!
    xo, Jennifer @Blissfully Ever After

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  20. I just know all my kids would love this!!! Sounds fabulous! Saw it on FFF and am drooling!

    Lori
    Who Needs A Cape?
    Not Your Average Super Moms!

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    1. Thank you Lori! My kids love this pizza too! and well....Mom is a fan as well, lol! Thank You for your kind words!

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