Chocolate Pizza





This recipe comes from my Aunt Judy from a family cookbook. It sure would be a fun gift to deliver to a favorite neighbor or friend, or put in the work break room too!



The only thing I left out was the coconut on the top. I didn't have any and no one in my house is a big fan.



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Chocolate Pizza:



Ingredients:



12 oz. semi sweet chocolate chips

1 16 oz. block of almond bark (or white chocolate chips)

1/2 cup Rice Krispies

1 cup mini marshmallows

1/2 cup M & M's (I used the mini baking ones)

1/4 cup Coconut



Directions:



Break one "block" of the almond bark off which is about 2 oz. and set aside for later.



In microwave or medium saucepan on LOW melt chocolate chips and the remaining 14 oz. of almond bark., blend well.



Stir in Rice Krispies and marshmallows, until completelly covered in the chocolate.



Spread onto a buttered pizza pan.



While the chocolate is still soft, sprinkle with M & M's and Coconut. Press lightly if needed to ensure it sticks to the chocolate.



Melt remaining block of almond bark and drizzle over the top.



Let cool till chocolate is set.



Deliver whole pizza pie or cut into pieces.

6 comments:

  1. My kids would love this. Anything with rice crispies in it is a winner with them.

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    1. You could probably almost double the kripsies in this recipe if they are huge nestle crunch lovers!

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  2. Oh great! Just when I am craving some chocolate, I see this... I want it now..I want it now...

    Also wanted to drop in and say thank you for joining the Dec Hobnob..:)

    -Priyam @ http://priyam-simplejoys.blogspot.com

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    1. sorry to do that to you! Thanks for letting me link up with you!

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  3. Thank you for sharing this yumminess at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. Please watch for your Make It Monday Feature ♥

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  4. Jan your sweets and my boys go hand in hand. If I had almond bark, I would have them make this for 4-H refreshments tonight!

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