Love, love this pizza. It is ready pretty quickly too when you use Fleischman’s Pizza Yeast for the dough. I was sent the yeast by Fleischman’s for an upcoming post I am doing so tonight was test night so I could see how this yeast worked. This was the crispiest crust on a homemade pizza I have ever made. This yeast is different than regular yeast because you don’t have to wait for it to raise to make the pizza. Just mix it up, knead it for about 4 minutes and roll or pat the dough out on your pizza pan. Because this yeast has dough enhancers in it when you make the crust it won’t bounce back or shrink like a dough using regular yeast will do. I really like the yeast and can’t wait to make some more pizza’s tomorrow.
This may be my favorite Ooey Gooey Butter Cake yet. I get lots of emails usually after Halloween and people are looking for a way to use up their leftover Halloween candies. This cake will have the kids begging you to take their Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups once you make this for them. You can use any candy you want, I used a mixture of peanut butter cups and Butterfingers for a little crunch. The cream cheese layer is packed with peanut butter flavor and then topped with more chocolate.
I had my doubts about what this would taste like when I started it but I just had to try it. I added a few more spices to it and this will be going into my rotation of things I’d make again. Those are even dill pickles on top. They actually helped pull the whole thing together. I bet your kids will love this dish!
I know another pumpkin recipe! This didn’t start out to be one and then when I went to grab a couple of eggs I spotted some leftover pumpkin in the refrigerator from something I made the other day and knew instantly it was going into these rolls. Not only did it add a pretty color it added a nice hint of pumpkin to the dinner rolls. From start to finish these took under 3 hours to make.
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