New Recipe: FitWaffle Kitchen baker Eloise Head shares recipe for cookie dough pizza with leftover Easter eggs

How to use up your leftover Easter chocolate: Baker shares her VERY simple recipe for cookie dough pizza – topped with mini eggs and M&Ms

  • ‘Instagram famous’ baker Eloise Head is back with another viral dessert recipe
  • This time she turned leftover Easter eggs into a sweet cookie dough pizza
  • Ms Head makes the base with butter, sugar, flour, egg yolk and chocolate chips
  • She decorates with chocolate icing and different toppings on each slice
  • A video of her recipe as gone viral since it was uploaded to Instagram last week 

‘Instagram famous’ baker Eloise Head has invented an ingenious way of turning leftover Easter chocolate into a show-stopping dessert.

The brains behind viral food account ‘FitWaffle Kitchen’ used mini eggs and full-size eggs broken into bite-sized chunks to make a sweet cookie dough pizza which has set mouths watering on social media.

The London chef makes the base with a simple mixture of butter, sugar, flour, egg yolk and chocolate chips, then decorates the top with ready-made chocolate icing and an assortment of toppings such as eggs, M&Ms and Oreos on each slice. 

Ms Head said she created the pizza when she found leftover icing and odd bars of chocolate in the cupboard which she didn’t want to go to waste.

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London baker Eloise Head's sweet cookie dough pizza, made using leftover Easter chocolate

London baker Eloise Head’s sweet cookie dough pizza, made using leftover Easter chocolate

To make the cookie dough base, Ms Head beats 100 grams of softened butter with 125 grams of light brown sugar, then adds the yolk of one egg and half a teaspoon of vanilla extract.

Next, she sieves in 160 grams of plain flour along with a quarter of a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda and stirs until the mixture has formed into a dough.

Ms Head tips in 70 grams of chocolate chips before pressing the dough into the base of a nine inch cake tin, lightly greased or lined with baking paper.

She bakes the dough at 160 degrees Celsius for 10 to 15 minutes, then leaves it to cool before icing it with 150 grams of pre-mixed Cadbury chocolate frosting.

A video of the recipe, which has racked up almost 23,000 'likes' since it was uploaded online on April 5, has gone viral

A video of the recipe, which has racked up almost 23,000 ‘likes’ since it was uploaded online on April 5, has gone viral

Ms Head (pictured) created the pizza when she found leftover icing and odd bars of chocolate in the cupboard which she didn't want to go to waste

Ms Head (pictured) created the pizza when she found leftover icing and odd bars of chocolate in the cupboard which she didn’t want to go to waste

Ms Head finishes by decorating the ‘pizza’ with an assortment of M&M’s, Oreos, mini eggs and leftover Easter eggs broken into bite-sized pieces, using a different topping for each slice.

A video of the recipe, which has racked up almost 23,000 ‘likes’ since it was uploaded online on April 5, has drawn delighted responses.

‘If you’re going to bake me something, bake me this,’ one woman replied, tagging her friend.

Others left lines of emojis with love hearts for eyes to show their appreciation.

Recipe for cookie dough pizza

Ingredients

100g unsalted butter, softened

125g light brown sugar

1 large egg yolk

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

160g plain flour

1/4 tsp bicarbonate of soda

70g chocolate chips

150g (approx) chocolate icing

Toppings

M&M’s, mini eggs, Snickers, Kinder chocolate, Oreos, leftover eggs

Method

1. Beat 100 grams of softened butter with 125 grams of light brown sugar, then add the yolk of one egg and half a teaspoon of vanilla extract.

2. Sieve in 160 grams of plain flour along with a quarter of a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda and stir until the mixture has formed into a dough.

3. Tip in 70 grams of chocolate chips before pressing the dough into the base of a nine inch cake tin, lightly greased or lined with baking paper.

4. Bake the dough at 160 degrees Celsius for 10 to 15 minutes, then leave it to cool before icing it with 150 grams of pre-mixed Cadbury chocolate frosting.

5. Decorate the ‘pizza’ with an assortment of M&M’s, Oreos, mini eggs and leftover Easter eggs broken into bite-sized pieces, using a different topping for each slice.

Source: FitWaffle Kitchen 




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