Ingredients 4 pieces of dairy milk chocolate
1/2 cup of chocolate coconut yoghurt (see notes)
3/4 cup of self raising flour
1/2 of a banana
12-14 white mini marshmallows
1 teaspoon of 100's and 1000's
4 tablespoons of thickened cream
Preheat oven to 175 degrees celsius fan forced.
In a bowl add the yoghurt and half a cup of flour.
Mix yoghurt with flour to combine then slowly add in the remaining flour until it forms an almost firm dough.
Dough should look like this when ready for the fridge
Form the dough into a ball and then flatten it out into a disc to make it easier to roll out.
Wrap the dough in cling wrap and place it in the fridge for half a hour to slightly firm up.
Now that the dough has been in the fridge for half an hour, it is time to roll it out between some baking paper.
Sprinkle a little flour onto each side of the dough to ensure it won't stick to the baking paper.
Roll the dough out between the two sheets of baking paper until it is about 1 cm thick.
Roll out dough until it is about 1 cm thick
Place a cereal bowl upside down in the centre of the dough and cut around it to make a perfect circle.
Pizza base has been cut out to a perfect circle
Carefully remove excess dough and place in cling wrap and back into the fridge so you can use it later.
Leave the base on the sheet of baking paper as this will help transfer it to our baking tray and stop it from sticking in the oven.
To sauce the base we need to make a ganache.
Start by placing the chocolate pieces into a microwave safe bowl and then into the microwave on high for about 30-40 seconds until chocolate has melted.
Stir chocolate with a spoon to make sure it is completely melted and then add in 4 tablespoons of cream and mix well to combine making the ganache.
Add cream to the melted chocolate and mix to combine and make a ganache
Spoon some ganache unto the centre if the base and spread it around in a circular motion, covering almost all the base just leave a 1/2 cm to 1cm edge.
Spread the ganache out to cover the base
Thinly slice the banana and place pieces on top of the base leaving space in between for the marshmallows.
Place 2-3 marshmallows in the gaps between the banana slices.
Sprinkle some 100's and 1000's around the edge of the base and some in the middle of the pizza.
Pizza is ready to go into the oven
Lift up the sides of the baking paper, carefully transferring the pizza to a baking tray.
Pop the pizza into the oven for 17 minutes to cook.
When ready the marshmallows will have expanded and be slightly browned and the banana will be soft.
Cut into 4 or 8 slices and serve as is or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side.
For this recipe I have used Coyo brand Chocolate Yoghurt. It is a yoghurt made from coconuts and contains no dairy. If you cannot find this, or you prefer a dairy alternative you can use Greek yoghurt with a teaspoon of raw cacao powder or cocoa powder mixed.
This pizza is best to be served just after baking as the bananas will start to brown and the 100's and 1000's will start to melt into the pizza and it doesn't look as good as when it is first baked.
The extra dough and any left over ganache can be used to make other flavoured dessert pizzas, such as raspberry and coconut with chocolate ganache.