Our KIT KAT® Graveyard Pizza will Haunt Your Taste Buds for a Long, Long TimeOctober 22, 2014
Halloween is my favorite season to play with my food. Much to my mother’s (and grandmother’s) horror at the mortifying yet edible things my cousins and I used to conjure. We’d make cotton candy ghosts, molasses apples with gummy worms sticking out in poor taste, and a tall pitcher of “blood punch” for good measure. There were some years when we turned up the gore—especially during Trick or Treat, staining our teeth and white shirts with strawberry syrup, which merited us with scolding and screams from our parents and nannies.
KIT KAT® has always been part of our grocery list when shopping for Halloween recipes at home, and this recipe will make you want to dash to the nearest grocery (or convenience store), to stock up on the KIT KAT® before it runs out.
Our KIT KAT® Graveyard Pizza attempts to mimic one of the spookiest places to be at this Halloween, but easing the scare by making it sweet to the bite. A layer of chocolate-hazelnut spread sprinkled with crushed chocolate cookies and crushed KIT KAT® makes a delicious “soil” for the ghoulish white marshmallows that puff up and deflate into a sticky, toasty mess. Lined with whole KIT KAT® fingers to complete the graveyard look, this dessert makes for a great Halloween snack that’ll haunt your taste buds for a long, long time.
KIT KAT® Graveyard Dessert Pizza
Total Time: 20 minutes
Yield: 1 whole pizza, 8 slices
Ingredients: Graveyard Dessert Pizza
- 1 pc prepared pizza crust, large
- 1 cup hazelnut spread
- 3/4 cup mini marshmallows
- 2/3 cup chocolate cookies, crushed
- 2/3 cup of KIT KAT® 4 Fingers, crushed
- 8 sticks from 2 packs of KIT KAT® 4 Fingers
Procedure: Graveyard Dessert Pizza
- Spread the hazelnut spread on the pizza crust. Top with mini marshmallows.
- Place in a 350-degree oven for about 5 minutes, or until the marshmallows just begin to melt.
- Remove pizza from oven and top with crushed chocolate cookies, and crushed KIT KAT®.
- Garnish with whole KIT KAT® on the top to resemble coffins.