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I wondered about that macaroon pizza! I will try it with the husband since he absolutely LOVES coconut! Nice to know about the bar pan also! In the large or medium size?
I have yet to make a brownie pizza on the stone. I just got my parchment paper last week! So I can try it now!
I would suggest the medium if you are making one packet of brownie. I used the large because it was a large show with 2 packets of hershy brownie mix from cosco. You get six bags of brownies for like 5.49 or close to that.
Please excuse my directors humor, she did this late one night for me.
1 package 19-21 oz fudge brownie mix - plus ingredients to make brownies
2 egg whites
1 package 14 oz sweetened flaked coconut
1 can 14 oz Sweetened condensed milk (NOT EVAPORATED MILK)
1. Preheat oven to 375 place parchment paper on lrg round stone. Prepare brownie mix according to box. Pour brownie mix on parchment paper spread evenly with large spreader. ** according to recipe you must use parchment paper or brownie will slide off stone and host will be pissed that you screwed up her oven and guests hate the smell of burnt brownies. Bake 15-18 minutes or until brownie is set. Do not over bake. Remove from oven to Stackable cooling rack.
2. In clean batter bowl (well what kind of idiot would use a dirty bowl) combine egg whites, coconut and sweetened condensed milk, mix well. Spread coconut mixture over top of brownie to within 1/4 in of edge. Sprinkle with almonds return to oven and bake 20-25 minutes or until edges of coconut are deep golden brown. Remove from oven to cooling rack.
3. Place chocolate morsels and oil in small micro- cooker- if you don’t have this I use a sm simple additions bowl and it works fine. - Microwave uncovered on high 45 seconds or until chocolate is melted and smooth. It says to stir every 10 seconds- sorry I never do. Do not overheat and burn the chocolate, Guests hate the smell or burning chocolate chips too. . Drizzle chocolate over pizza. Cut into wedges like a pizza serve slightly warm or at room temperature.
Yield 16 servings if you are a size 1 and only want a taste - OTHERWISE CUT THEM BIG>
I love the Easy Sausage Calzone recipe found in the Fall/Winter Season's best!
Or home made pizza, using the Ultimate Slice & Grate for tomatoes, and shredd the cheese (it's a $45 item - BE careful! I sliced a chunk of my thumb practicing it!!!! I'm going to get a protectove glove from cooking.com ~ asked PC to offer one!).
i absolutely love the lemon greek chicken in the new stoneware cookbook. i made it for my mother (thats how i got an 87.00 order from her). it has potatoes, lemons, red bell pepper, onions, and you make a sauce...oh wow its amazing and really simple to make.