by Anza Goodbar
(last updated January 25, 2021)
There are few things I love in life more than chocolate. If that chocolate comes in the form a brownie, all the better. If you are like me, you also like to have your brownies served a la mode. While this is a tasty way to serve brownies, it is also expected.
In the summertime, I like to make brownies pizzas. They are not only beautiful, but the fruit and cream cheese add a tartness that complements the chocolate of the brownie.
If you don't have a cooking stone, you can make these in a shallow cookie sheet. It is easier if you can flip the brownie over and decorate the bottom side that has a smooth surface. With care you can also make it work in a pan.
Yield: 12-16 slices.
When kiwi is in season I like to add them to the mix of fruit I use on top. They make a wonder addition in flavor and color. If possible, use a crinkle cutter when cutting your fruit, this allows the chocolate syrup something to grip to and gives a more professional presentation.
If you are taking this to a potluck dinner, wait until just before serving to prevent the bananas from turning brown. You can also coat them in lemon juice to prevent them from browning if you must complete the pizza before you arrive.
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