Last weekend, I met up with some other Denver-area bloggers at Racca’s Pizzeria Napoletana. It was a blast…a tasty, tasty blast. I was going to share pictures with you, but this is all I could come up with:
I have no actual pictures of bloggers. Or me. I only have pictures of booze and food. Let’s analyze this, shall we? No. Please don’t. While we were there, we sampled some delicious Neapolitan pizza — so good (and with gluten-free options, too!). And for dessert? Cannoli, so help me. And Nutella pizza. If you’re ever in Colorado, or parts of Wyoming, Racca’s is definitely worth a meal.
So when I got home, I was inspired to make my own Nutella pizza. It’s not the same as Racca’s (the crust, for one, is totally different), but it was still a huge hit with the kids and definitely on our list now for after-school treats and special desserts.
You can use whatever pizza crust you’d like — I used this one, which is our favorite. But Trader Joe’s has a ready-to-cook pizza dough that works really well also. And you could change this up and top it with some fresh seasonal fruit, too. Anything that goes with chocolate will be great on here.
- pizza dough
- 1 small jar Nutella
- 1 bar white chocolate
- 1/2 c chopped walnuts
- 1/4 c mini chocolate chips
- Make your pizza dough according to instructions.
- Bake pizza dough and cool.
- Spread Nutella over the entire pizza.
- Using a vegetable or cheese peeler, make white chocolate curls from your chocolate bar.
- Sprinkle walnuts and mini chocolate chips over the top.
- Cut into slices and serve!
One more note — if you have an online business, we had a talk at our meeting by Laura Brandenburg on creating digital products. I definitely recommend checking out her website if you’re interested in that — she had tons of helpful things to say!
Aarti Budhiraja says
I m planning for ma daughter’s birthday and looking for some good recipes. This is a an amazing, mouth watering kind of recipe and can be a big hit too. Thanks Laura for such a recipe . I m following this page for the first time but now i m gonna visit this regularly for something new and exciting from your list of recipies.
Theresa @DearCreatives says
Looks really yummy. I bet this would be a winner with the snack crowd. Thanks for sharing at the #InspirationSpotlight party. Pinned & shared.
Paula Kiger says
I’m not even a Nutella freak and this looks AH-mazing!
haha! It’s pretty good, though you could substitute marshmallow fluff or Trader Joe’s cookie butter in its place if you wanted!
Audra @ Renewed Projects says
You can’t go wrong with nutella. I”ll eat it straight out of the jar! This pizza looks delicious!
I can, too! Yep — it’s a pretty good pizza
You had me at Nutella, Laura. This looks awesome and I’m definitely pinning and sharing for later! Thanks so much for sharing such a simple and delicious recipe on #shinebloghop this week!
April R - Uncookie Cutter says
Yum, nutella is a family favorite and this pizza looks amazing! I would love for you to stop by and link up at our new party where we make the features! Thanks for sharing and hope to see you at the party! http://uncookiecutter.com/2016/04/chicken-taquitos-link-make-9/
How yummy! I would love for you to share this on Sharing the Love new blog party! http://homecookingrecipebox.blogspot.com/ Have a great week.
Lee MacArthur says
Looks like something I could serve at a book club meeting. Thank you for sharing.
Ohhh, that’s a great idea! I think I’m going to make it for our next book club…
Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood says
Oh, this looks so unbelievably delicious. Who doesn’t LOVE Nutella!?
Everyone in this house certainly does! Thank you!
Dr. Chris Webber says
What would you think about Speculoos Cookie Butter if someone had a nut allergy? Would it be worth it to make?
Helen Fern says
Who could resist this?? Not me for sure! Would love to have you share it on the What’s for Dinner LInky!
Thank you! It IS pretty addicting…