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Build Your Own Pizzert

Wait, what the heck is a pizzert???

Pizzert/ noun.
Dessert pizza. A pizza topped with anything sweet. Bonus points for chocolate.

(Yes, I very much did just make up that definition ;).  But it should be a real word!)

You can use whatever you want for the crust—traditional pizza dough, pita bread, tortilla… Especially for breakfast pizzerts, I really like to use pancake mix! Such as in the below Breakfast Pizzert:

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Blueberry Muffin Breakfast Pizzert

You can easily use your own recipe for the pancake crust (or, as I mentioned above, you can use basically any crust), but here is an easy recipe with a hint of sweetness, so it works especially well for breakfast pizzerts: Click for Recipe and Step-by-Step Photos

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blueberry pizzert

Oh my word, this was so good! A blueberry muffin in pizza form: “The Breakfast Pizzert” Recipe

Other flavored pizzert action shots:

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The yum-licious Strawberry Shortcake Pizzert
With homemade vegan whipped cream… Definitely not your typical breakfast! And, of course:

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The Carrot Cake Pizzert, iced liberally with coconut butter
nom nom nom…

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Published on April 12, 2010

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  1. Libby says

    Hi Katie
    Love this recipe! I made a pumpkin pie pizzert using mashed pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice and topped with a little yoghurt. Mmmm
    Thanks for your recipes!

  2. melissa says

    all your food looks delicious and I could say I am addicted to chocolate so the fact that I could eat all these for low calories makes them so appealing. I was wondering that even though they are low calorie they still aren’t healthy for you are they?

    thanks.

  3. Juliana says

    I just found this recipe (I’m a little late), and I ended up eating the WHOLE thing tonight!!! Mine turned out total of 230 in calories with my add ins, and it was delicious! I really appreciate all of your hard work. I love to cook and bake, but it usually ends up being for my family (which I don’t mind at all) because I rarely find things that I’m able to bake with my chronic illness. My mom has heard “I love this blog” about 100x now. 🙂

  4. susanna says

    i was wondering if this is meant to be like a pancake.. because it looks crispy in the photos lol although you do say it’s pancake based. still loved it, but i was just wondering if it was right that it was.. not crisp, like a pancake. : P i sound so silly!

  5. Leigh Snyder says

    The breakfast “pizzert” link, “Recipe and step by step photos” and “The breakfast Pizzert recipe” links all lead to a “Not found error 404” message. Are you able to fix that? I made your makeout cookie pie on Thursday, (black bean brownies for my Mom on Friday). I like both versions. I had made the chocolate chip cookie pie previously. I still used brown sugar. It just tastes better :^) You don’t have to post, I would just like to access the recipe ideas.

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