Ya’ll, this is one of those desserts that I am almost embarrassed to share with you. It is that easy. And only has two ingredients. But notice I said “almost”? Because this deep dish German chocolate cookie pizza is so, so delicious and is nothing to be ashamed about! What makes it so good? Well, it is a deep, dark triple chocolate cookie crust filled with creamy, decadent coconut pecan frosting. Sounds pretty amazing, huh?! Take a look at the newest 2 ingredient wonder around here!!
It is rich, people. A small slice is enough. But a big slice is even better! And warmed up with a scoop of ice cream? Would be a crazy good way to enjoy this super easy cookie pizza! Just sayin’.
Look: it’s a deep dish German chocolate cookie pizza and an Atari game!
Last minute guests? Spur of the moment dinner party? ‘Oops, I did say I’d bring a dessert, didn’t I?’ potluck? This Deep dish German chocolate cookie pizza is the perfect dessert! You can keep both ingredients on hand and when you need to whip up a spectacular dessert with little effort, simply bake the crust, let it cool and fill it with frosting!
- 1 – 14 ounce package of triple chocolate cookie dough (I used one from Immaculate Baking Co.)
- 1 can of coconut pecan frosting (I only used about 2/3 of the can or make your own)
- Press the cookie dough into a 9 inch pie plate making sure to push together any seams and press the dough up the sides of the pie plate to create the crust.
- Bake according to package directions until the cookie dough is baked through.
- Remove cookie crust from oven and while it is still warm, use a glass to press the center of the cookie down to create the “deep dish” part of the cookie pizza.
- Once cool, fill the cookie crust with coconut pecan frosting.
- Slice and enjoy!
- Optional: top with whipped cream or ice cream
Original recipe found at https://www.shakentogetherlife.com/2013/08/deep-dish-german-chocolate-cookie-pizza.html!
My mom’s favorite dessert is German chocolate cake, but I think this twist on her favorite cake may just change her mind! What do you think?
Here are few more of my favorite recipes using refrigerated cookie dough or cookie dough mix: