Brownie Dessert Pizza
A fudgy brownie dessert pizza topped with Nutella, M&M’s, mini candy bars, SPRINKLES and drizzled with marshmallow creme. It’s a dessert that will put a smile on everyone’s face!
If you have been following my blog this whole summer, you have noticed that I have been teaming up with Nutella® to share things that make me happy like my homemade Peanut Butter Cookies and my Dad & I’s favorite Banana Bread recipe and lastly, but definitely not least is this amazing Brownie Dessert Pizza which really puts a smile on my face and makes me super happy!
As you can see, it’s been a fun summer spreading the happy with all my family and friends. Last week, I invited my good friend over to help me bake this delicious brownie dessert pizza. I told her to bring her three favorite candy toppings, she brought M&Ms, mini Milky Way candy bars, and a big jar of sprinkles….obviously you can see why we are friends! 😉
Can you believe that this was my first time ever making a brownie pizza!?! Crazy right, I have been missing out! But it was fun sharing my passion and excitement from baking something new with my friend. After we baked the brownie pizza and let it cool. We spread a generous amount, like the whole jar of Nutella on top of the pizza and then it was the fun part of sprinkling the top with our favorite candies and of course a ton of SPRINKLES!
Here is how to make this Brownie Dessert Pizza:
Brownie Dessert Pizza
- 1 box brownie mix (I used Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix, 13x9 Family Size), 18.3 oz. family size
- 12 oz. semi-sweet chocolate chips
- 13 oz. Nutella
- mini Milky Way bars
- marshmallow creme
- Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Spray a 13-inch pizza pan with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
- Prepare brownie mix as directed on the back of the brownie mix box. Stir chocolate chips into brownie mix. Evenly, pour brownie mix into prepared pizza pan.
- Bake for 25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Let cool completly.
- Once cooled, top with Nutella and sprinkle your favorite candy toppings on top of the Nutella. Use a pizza cutter to cut into 8-10 slices and enjoy!
- Store: If you have any leftovers, cover this brownie pizza with plastic wrap at room temperature or in the refrigerator for up to one week.
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Me & My Best Friend Baked This Yesterday! Loved It! It Was Amazing, Fast, and Easy! ????????????????
Love This! Me & My Best Friend, Melanie, Are Definitely Making This Next Week! Buying Everything This Weekend. Love This Recipe ????
Love how festive this is! Pinned!
This looks soooo good. Found you on StumbleUpon and totally pinned this because I might have to make it this winter. 🙂
This looks incredible! Such a fun dessert!
This brownie pizza is a beautiful sight! Wow!
My kids would be all over this – and such a happy dessert!
How much fun is this?!? I bet this would be a huge hit at a kids party!!
This looks to die for and so much fun to eat! Love the sprinkles of course 🙂
This has so many of my favorite things!!!
This might just be the best dessert pizza I’ve ever seen! I love all that Nutella and all the toppings. And sprinkles, of course. 🙂
This is so fun looking! I’ve never made a brownie pizza before either, but if I do I will certainly cover it in Nutella! Pinned!
This dessert pizza totally puts a smile on my face. Mmm, Nutella!
I can’t judge you for this being your first time making a brownie pizza because I have never made on either! But chocolate + more chocolate plus ALL the sprinkles? You don’t need to tell me what to make for dinner tonight
Judge away 😉 Pinned!
A chocolate lovers dream! I like that it is quick to make, tasty, and very attractive.