Fun Desserts – Rolling Cookie Pizza Dough

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Anna Zeccolo with Tiny Chefs demonstrates how to make Chocolate Pizza.

    Anna Zeccolo

    Anna Zeccolo is the founder of Tiny Chefs, Inc, a company which provides interactive cooking parties and classes for children ages 4 to14. Anna was inspired to create Tiny Chefs by combining her experience teaching young children with her passion for cooking and baking. Tiny Chef's cooking classes and birthday parties support Anna's philosophy that children deserve the opportunity to explore food, nutrition, and cooking at their individual pace of learning. Anna grew up as a child baking with her mother and trying out new recipes for friends and family. As an adult she continues to grow her skills through various cooking and baking classes. Anna has obtained a M.S. in Reading and Literacy from Walden University, as well as a B.S. in Elementary Education from College of Saint Rose. She has been teaching elementary school for 8 years, and is currently a kindergarten teacher at Norwood School in Bethesda, Maryland. For the past 4 years Anna has taught enrichment cooking classes to children ages 5 to 9 at Norwood School.

    Hi, I am Anna Zeccolo with Tiny Chefs. Today, I am showing you how to make Fun Desserts for kids. We are going to begin with Chocolate Pizza and the ingredients needed for chocolate pizza is sugar cookie dough. I have purchased some pre-packaged sugar cookie mix, and it's about half of the package. We are also going to need a little bit of flour. We are going to need about three tablespoons of white chocolate chips, three tablespoons of milk chocolate chips, and about two tablespoons of a chocolate hazelnut spread. The first thing you need to do is flour your work surface. We are going to sprinkle a little flour on the work surface, the rolling pin, as well as the cookie dough. You are going to begin rolling out your dough by just rolling it in the middle, and you are trying to flatten out the dough. So, it's about one-forth inch thick along the whole dough. It's okay if it's not in a perfect circle. Once you get the dough rolled out to about a one-forth inch thickness, here we go, the next step is to top your pizza.