Here's a delicious and fast way you can make some scrumptious dessert with some leftover pizza dough. I can tell you your family will enjoy this just as much as mine does! I always make sure to have some extra dough for a little dessert after dinner.
Here we go! This is a very simple recipe and I can tell you that you will be making this often, for sure! You can make it as a strudel or twisted cinnamon knots- some fun bites for the kids!!
The best part is most of these ingredients are most likely already in your kitchen.
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2 gala apples, peeled & sliced
2 tbsp V-butter*
3 tbsp maple syrup
1/8 to 1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/16 tsp cardamom
pinch of ground clove
salt to taste
1/4 cup water
add all ingredients in a pan and cook apples till nice and tender.
1/3 cup V-butter*
Cinnamon & sugar mix ( this is really up to you on how much cinnamon you will like to add in your sugar cinnamon mix)
1/4 chocolate bits
1/4 cup raisins
Press and roll out your pizza dough with a rolling pin on a floured board, making sure to flour your dough as you stretch it out.
Stretch out our dough to your desired shape, let it be round or rectangular in shape, approximately 1/4 inch in thickness.
Place your stretched out dough onto a piece of parchment paper, and then onto a baking sheet.
Start off by spreading some V-butter, sprinkle some sugar and cinnamon mix.
Now add your chocolate bits and raisins, and some more V-butter in small dollops.
Sprinkle some cacao powder, and spread your apples in the center of your dough lengthwise.
Gently flip the left side of the dough towards the right side, covering your apples, and then flipping the right side over to the left side.
With a sharp knife cut slits on top of your strudel and place into a preheated 400F oven for 25 minutes.
1/2 cup confectioners sugar
2 tsp almond milk
a splash of vailla
Drizzle over strudel...( make sure it is cooled off before adding your icing sugar )
* V-butter = vegan butter or margerine
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