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Tossing With The Daring Bakers: Plum Mascarpone and Streusel Pizza

Plum Mascarpone Streusel Pizza

This Daring Bakers' challenge almost did not come to be. Almost. It’s been a busy month, work, play, life…the usual. Multiply that by two or three. It took a dinner invitation and a little Halloween inspiration to make it happen.

Our October hostess, Rosa from Rosa’s Yummy Yums chose pizza as our challenge and although excited about it right from the start (it’s got carbs…I am excited), I did not get to it until Monday morning. We had friends coming over yesterday for dinner and since it was going to be a late casual nibble around a game of Scrabble and some wine, I figured that pizza would be the perfect thing for that kind of get together. I made four small pizzas and kept three on the savory side and you guess it, one sweet for the blog. Turns out our guests arrived while I was still in traffic and helped themselves to the Plum Mascarpone and Streusel Pizza before Scrabble…my kind of peeps…dessert first!

One of Rosa’s requests, although not mandatory was to take a picture of us tossing the dough. My schedule is completely opposite my husband’s these days so I knew it would be a hard thing to do, not having extra hands to hold the camera while I tossed, even with a remote control it was proving difficult. I kept having this nightmare: 2 in the morning and you toss your dough, click the remote button and then watch your pretty dough fall on a glass of water or pan full of cookies, catch the said glass or pan and takes them for a dive down to the floor and with a big sound of broken glass, baking sheet tumbling and loud cursing you end up waking up a puppy, an old dog and your mate. So you spend the next hour, cleaning, playing, calming and promising more cookies to ease the pain of a bing and a bang…Yep…as I said, I had to find a back up.

Late Sunday night, I went to the attic to get some Halloween decorations and I was sitting there in the middle of unlabeled boxes (grhhh!), I picked up my favorite Halloween witches, Greta and Hilda. Ha!Ha! They would do the tossing or stretching and I would photograph their tribulations!Greta started on her own while Hilda was getting her pretty pink hair fixed up a bit and the task was proving to be a little to much for one person so Hilda jumped right in like a good Daring Bakers. Once they were done tossing, stretching and playing with the dough I spread some mascarpone flavored with some vanilla on one pizza, arranged plum slices over it and topped the whole thing with some almond streusel. The end result was close to a rustic brioche tart and absolutely wonderful warm out of the oven.

Thank you Rosa for such a fun challenge and to you Lisa and Ivonne for coordinating things so well each month! I bet your quest for pizza toppings and variations will forever be answered by taking a look at all the other Daring Bakers' creations. Happy tossing!

Pizza Ingredients


Adapted from “The Bread Baker’s Apprentice” by Peter Reinhart.
Makes 4-6 pizza crusts

For the dough:
4 1/2 Cups (20 1/4 ounces/607.5 g) all purpose flour, chilled
1 3/4 Tsp Salt
1 Tsp Instant yeast
1/4 Cup (2 ounces/60g) olive oil or vegetable oil
1 3/4 Cups (14 ounces/420g or 420ml) ice cold water, ice cold (40° F/4.5° C)
1 Tb sugar
Semolina/durum flour or cornmeal for dusting

6 oz mascarpone, at room temperature
1 Tb sugar
1 vanilla bean
3 -4 plums, pitted and sliced
streusel topping (add 1/3 cup sliced almonds)

In a bowl combine the mascarpone, sugar and seeds from the vanilla bean and stir until smooth. Spread over the dough right before baking, arrange the plum slices around and topped with the streusel. Bake at 375 for 15 minutes (unlike for savory pizza, the streusel needs to bake a little longer and not burn).

Mix together the flour, salt and instant yeast in a big bowl or stand mixer. Add the oil, sugar and cold water and mix well (spoon or paddle attachment) to form a sticky ball of dough. On a clean surface, knead for about 5-7 minutes, until the dough is smooth. If it is too wet, add a little flour and if it is too dry add 1 or 2 teaspoons extra water.
If you are using an electric mixer, switch to the dough hook and mix on medium speed for the same amount of time. The dough should clear the sides of the bowl but stick to the bottom of the bowl. If the dough is too wet, sprinkle in a little more flour. If it clears the bottom of the bowl, dribble in a teaspoon or two of cold water. The finished dough should be springy, elastic, and sticky, not just tacky, and register 50°-55° F/10°-13° C.
Flour a work surface or counter. Line a jelly pan with baking paper/parchment. Lightly oil the paper. Cut the dough into 4-6 equal pieces. Sprinkle some flour over the dough. Make sure your hands are dry and then flour them. Gently round each piece into a ball.
Transfer the dough balls to the lined jelly pan and mist them generously with spray oil and cover with plastic wrap. Put the pan into the refrigerator and let the dough rest overnight or for up to thee days.
NOTE: You can store the dough balls in a freezer bag if you want to save some of the dough for any future baking. In that case, pour some oil (a few tablespooons only) in a medium bowl and dip each dough ball into the oil, so that it is completely covered in oil. Then put each ball into a separate bag. Store the bags in the freezer for no longer than 3 months. The day before you plan to make pizza, remember to transfer the dough balls from the freezer to the refrigerator.

On the day you plan to eat pizza, exactly 2 hours before you make it, remove the desired number of dough balls from the refrigerator. Dust the counter with flour and spray lightly with oil. Press the dough into disks about 1/2 inch/1.3 cm thick and 5 inches/12.7 cm in diameter. Sprinkle with flour and mist with oil. Loosely cover the dough rounds with plastic wrap and then allow to rest for 2 hours.
At least 45 minutes before making the pizza, place a baking stone on the lower third of the oven. Preheat the oven as hot as possible (500° F/260° C). If you do not have a baking stone, then use the back of a jelly pan. Do not preheat the pan.
Generously sprinkle the back of a jelly pan with semolina/durum flour or cornmeal. Take 1 piece and lay the dough across your fists in a very delicate way and carefully stretch it by bouncing it in a circular motion on your hands, and by giving it a little stretch with each bounce. Once the dough has expanded outward, move to a full toss.
Make only one pizza at a time. During the tossing process, if the dough tends to stick to your hands, lay it down on the floured counter and reflour your hands, then continue the tossing and shaping. In case you would be having trouble tossing the dough or if the dough never wants to expand and always springs back, let it rest for approximately 5-20 minutes in order for the gluten to relax fully,then try again.You can also resort to using a rolling pin.
When the dough has the shape you want, place it on the back of the jelly pan, making sure there is enough semolina/durum flour or cornmeal to allow it to slide and not stick to the pan. Lightly top it with sweet or savory toppings of your choice.
Slide the garnished pizza onto the stone in the oven or bake directly on the jelly pan. Close the door and bake for about 5-8 minutes.

Plum Mascarpone Streusel Pizza

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The Food Librarian October 29, 2008 um 5:50 am

So many thing. So delicious. So beautiful. So damn funny – love the witches helping you with your dough!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 5:54 am

Beautiful as usual, Tartelette! Your pizzas look perfect!

Christy October 29, 2008 um 6:03 am

I love how rustic your pizza looks!! To tell you the truth, this challenge almost did not happen for me either. So hooray to us both for making it through yet another DB Challenge!

That nightmare, yes, I have it too. That’s why I "persuaded" J to help toss it.

PS. Gotta love your backup 'tossers'

Amy October 29, 2008 um 6:21 am

Marvelous as usual! Another version for me to try…

Anita October 29, 2008 um 6:40 am

Luscious! I wanted to do a sweet pizza but ran out of creative juice last weekend! I love the witch!

spicyicecream October 29, 2008 um 6:41 am

This is so gorgeous and creative! I wanted to make a sweet version but never got around to it, unfortunately!

Snooky doodle October 29, 2008 um 7:02 am

Nice dessert pizza. looks yummy. I m a pizza addict. Ha the two witches ae so cool !! the photos are so funny 🙂

Manggy October 29, 2008 um 7:24 am

Ha ha ha! I am loving greta and hilda! I think I would be too frightened to take a picture while tossing dough. I do not want a speck of flour on my lens!!! Loving your sweet pizza– Jen totally called it!

zorra October 29, 2008 um 7:33 am

Wonderful picture and great pizza! I need to try this.

Y October 29, 2008 um 7:36 am

I love your helpers, Greta and Hilda! And I hear ya, about October having been a busy month. I almost opted out of the challenge myself, but am glad I managed to make it. It made for a fabulous dinner 🙂

cindy October 29, 2008 um 7:57 am

Tu nous régals encore !!!

Botacook October 29, 2008 um 8:15 am

Jolie recette originale et de saison. J’aime beaucoup les petites sorcières qui t’ont aidée à travailler la pâte 😉

Deeba PAB October 29, 2008 um 8:22 am

You are quite crazy Helen. I love Greta & Hilda & the little fun they had on the side…LOL!! The pizza is absolutely delicious…& I would have loved to get home before you too!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 8:31 am

Most interesting ingredients. Plums and mascarpone and strusel what a combination. Love the photos!!!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 8:49 am

Perfect, comme d’hab ! ;-))

Sylvia October 29, 2008 um 9:17 am

Is so funny see the witches sticking the dough.Your sweet pizza are amazing. I love the contrast in textures. Well done

Sunshinemom October 29, 2008 um 9:20 am

Such an interesting topping!

MyKitchenInHalfCups October 29, 2008 um 9:33 am

Yikes, it's today! I'd best get tossing!

Leave it to you Helen a sweet piazza that is totally new and brilliant to me! Plum, that's really beautiful.
And Greta & Hilda, they're brilliant too! I think the pup would have liked getting that wake up call!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 9:36 am

your pictures are so delicious …

Rosa's Yummy Yums October 29, 2008 um 9:37 am

Great tossing, hehehe ;-P! I love your sweet pizza! Such a great idea! It looks ever so perfect and scrumptious: Very well done, as usual…



Lucy October 29, 2008 um 10:21 am

The witches look adorable!!! And the pizza looks perfect as usual! Mmmmmmmmm 🙂

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 10:34 am

How kind of Greta and Hilda to help you out! They look like they had fun, too 🙂

Your pizza looks fabulous–I don’t know why I’ve never thought of trying a dessert pizza, but I certainly shall now!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 10:48 am

Great pictures as always and I love the picture with the 2 witches tossing the pizza dough. Very cute!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 11:03 am

Fun topping choices! You and one other DB paricipant I’ve seen so far added nuts to your pizza. Besides pesto I had literally never thought to do that myself. I’m inspired!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 11:03 am

Really,really love your idea to turn your pizza into a plum and streusel delight!

Cannelle Et Vanille October 29, 2008 um 11:34 am

I’mso glad you were able to make it (unlike me… slacker!)… This has to be the most humorous and most beautiful pizza ever. Those witches are priceless… genius! The photos look divine!

Maggie October 29, 2008 um 11:40 am

I’d eat plums on anything and this pizza looks fantastic! I love the witches tossing dough, lol!

Sarah October 29, 2008 um 11:53 am

helpful witches you have! your flavor combo sounds awesome!

LizNoVeggieGirl October 29, 2008 um 11:55 am

Okay, the witches tossing the dough are just too cool, haha!!! Nice work on this DBC challenge, Helen!!

Isabelle Lambert October 29, 2008 um 12:07 pm

vraiment très réussi et les photos..fantastiques ! Je mets du mascarpone dans pas mal de choses, mais pour ce défi…je n’y ai même pas pensé 🙁

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 12:14 pm

Wonderful sweet pizza you made, looks so pretty!
I have no inspiration for a sweet pizza so I’ll just go with savoury. Will be tossing in an hour 😉

Unknown October 29, 2008 um 12:15 pm

This sounds perfect for the weather we’ve been having, and I think when I use my last three crusts I might need to borrow Greta and Hilda….

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 12:31 pm

Hilda and Greta, now they are certainly not your typical sugar "plum" fairies but they (and you) did a most marvelous job on this one!!!!!

Lori October 29, 2008 um 12:50 pm

How cute are they playing tug o war with the dough! And of course your eye for beauty and you hand for making beautiful things, never fails to dissapoint.

Mary October 29, 2008 um 12:51 pm

Your pizza looks delicious and I love your little witches! Very clever!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 12:52 pm

I love your creative solution to the tossing photo problem. Of course it goes without saying that I love your pizza also.

Chris October 29, 2008 um 12:53 pm

Yum! You are a wonderful pizza girl…(tastebud memories….hmmm) When your helpers are free, after Friday of course, can you send them my way? 🙂

Marija October 29, 2008 um 12:54 pm

Beautiful pizza! Greta and Hilda are soo cute!

Alexa October 29, 2008 um 12:54 pm

A gorgeous sweet play on the DB theme! This is lovely dessert pizza.

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 1:07 pm

yes, I did enjoy the post and might just have to attempt it. I really do not need another food blog to distract me but you have and now work can wait, it must, I have your archives to explore.

PAM October 29, 2008 um 1:07 pm

What darling helpers you had. What a yummy pizza you made. I hear you about a busy month, I barely had time to do mine either.
Great job as always.

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 1:17 pm

Sweet pizza with plums and steusel topping, that’s a great idea ! It looks delicious !

RecipeGirl October 29, 2008 um 1:19 pm

I just knew you would come up with some sort of creative, amazing, dessert-type pizza. Wonderful! Love the witch-tossing!

Sara October 29, 2008 um 1:29 pm

I make savory pizza all the time, but haven’t made a dessert pizza before. Looks delicious.

Emily Rose October 29, 2008 um 1:30 pm

your pizza sounds amazing! the pictures of the witches are adorable!

Jen October 29, 2008 um 1:41 pm

This looks delicious– normally I am a strict traditionalist with my pizza (tomato and cheese only) but I think I will have to give this a try with the one dough ball I have hanging out in the freezer.

Maria October 29, 2008 um 1:42 pm

First of all, I love the witches. Hilarious!! And next…I want a slice of that pizza! It looks insanely delicious! I love the topping!

Animals Are Intelligent Too! October 29, 2008 um 1:48 pm

Brilliant! And I thought pizza was tasty before . . .

redmenace October 29, 2008 um 2:13 pm

Absolutely gorgeous!!!! Sounds delightful. I love he pics too. Do you always use a pizza stone? What’s the advantage?

Jen Yu October 29, 2008 um 2:17 pm

I *knew* it! Beautifully done, love. You are such a maestra. I especially enjoyed the witches helping out with the dough 🙂 I had serious concerns while Jeremy tried tossing the dough (he killed 2 and then I put an end to it). I think your nightmare scenario is hilarious. And then see what Bailey went and did… 😉 xxoo

Helene October 29, 2008 um 2:18 pm

Redmenace: I find that the pizza stone makes really nice and crusty bttom, not as close to real Italian pizza but a little closer than with a sheet pan. The quick contact with the hot stone seals the crust and prevents sticking too. I have had this one for over 10 years and it is pretty dark by no but I love it. Also makes it easy to get nice round pizza if desired.

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 2:36 pm

yumm…that sweet pizza looks sooo good! and i love the picture of hilda and greta getting their pizza dough going. cute!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 2:44 pm

so freaking cute that Greta and Hilda helped out so much. your pizza looks awesome, i wish i could have a piece right now.

Gretchen Noelle October 29, 2008 um 3:21 pm

Of course it is sweet! Lovely idea with the cheese and plums. Adorable witch picture. Great job with this one.

Pille October 29, 2008 um 3:27 pm

Great photo indeed!

glamah16 October 29, 2008 um 3:46 pm

This looks wonderful. I love all your elements.

Shari October 29, 2008 um 4:10 pm

I adore your little witches who helped you toss and pull the dough! So cute. Again, very inspiring.

Judy October 29, 2008 um 4:10 pm

What a cute post. The pizza sounds wonderful and your helpers were totally awesome.

Dewi October 29, 2008 um 4:38 pm

I love Greta and Hilda in charge of the tossing! Well done.
Pizza look mighty gorgeous, I am sure it tastes great too.

anadelicias October 29, 2008 um 5:18 pm

Sweet pizza!!! That´s amazing, Helen!!


Vera October 29, 2008 um 5:20 pm

Helen, it’s outstanding as always! And your helpers are incredibly cute!

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 5:41 pm

Sounds like one awesome dessert pizza! Now I wish I had used some sort of crumb topping, too.

Engineer Baker October 29, 2008 um 5:43 pm

Wow, that looks and sounds absolutely amazing. And dessert pre-Scrabble is pretty great too 🙂 Nice helpers you have there.

jenniferhoiyin October 29, 2008 um 5:54 pm

haha, love this.

Kristen October 29, 2008 um 6:10 pm

Yum! What a delicious looking pizza. You never cease to amaze me!

NKP October 29, 2008 um 6:25 pm

I love your kitchen witches! I would probably always have them out. They are so helpful with the dough, too.
Your pizza sounds absolutely decadent and wonderful. Great job!

Mrs.French October 29, 2008 um 7:07 pm

everything you post is a temptation…however, this post has me salivating…stunning deliciousness…

Tammy October 29, 2008 um 7:49 pm

yum, that looks delicious (as always!!). I love almond streusel topping – it would be great with lots of whipped cream in my view :0)

Lesley October 29, 2008 um 8:05 pm

That’s a great idea Helene. I knew you’d make something sweet and yummy with this!! You’re a creative genius!!!!

Ruth October 29, 2008 um 8:45 pm

Your posts are always amazing and this one is lovely Your pizza looks delicious!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) October 29, 2008 um 8:56 pm

Of course, when everyone else goes savory, you go sweet! What a lovely combination for a pizza.

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 9:39 pm

How amazing! I love the combination of your ingredients…always so beautiful and delicious!

Suzana October 29, 2008 um 9:39 pm

Perfect! Anything with mascarpone goes for me. Love the little assistants! 🙂

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 9:39 pm

How amazing! I love the combination of your ingredients…always so beautiful and delicious!

Abby October 29, 2008 um 9:55 pm

Looks great! I’ve been wondering if you can freeze homemade pizza dough. If I’m going to go to the trouble to MAKE it, I’m going to make quite a BIT of it – and freeze it!

Of course I’ll try this dough recipe since you recommend it!

Hope you’re well!

maybelle's mom October 29, 2008 um 10:55 pm

HILARIOUS. Hilda the Pizziaolo.

Leonor de Sousa Bastos October 29, 2008 um 11:00 pm

Mamma mia!!

This is the most tempting pizza I’ve ever saw!!!

Zoe Francois October 29, 2008 um 11:16 pm

This pizza looks amazing! Your helpers are adorable too! 😉

Anonymous October 29, 2008 um 11:57 pm

helen this looks delicous..something with pizza do- i might even be able to pull it off!

Janet October 30, 2008 um 2:12 am

I wish I had kitchen witches to help me with my dough, lol!
Everything looks beautiful and delicious!

creampuff October 30, 2008 um 2:20 am

Hi … umm … I think there’s a problem. I’m waiting for my delivery of these sweet pizzas but they haven’t arrived yet. Does this mean I get them free???

La Cuisine d'Helene October 30, 2008 um 2:33 am

I love your witches. I’ve never seen any as beautiful around here. Lovely pizza.

steph- whisk/spoon October 30, 2008 um 2:37 am

bet those little witches are better dough tossers than i am! your sweet pizza looks scrumptious!

steph- whisk/spoon October 30, 2008 um 2:37 am

bet those little witches are better dough tossers than i am! your sweet pizza looks scrumptious!

Elle October 30, 2008 um 3:03 am

The witches look like they are having a lot of fun making pizza! The dessert pizza is gorgeous!

Cookie baker Lynn October 30, 2008 um 3:04 am

I love the idea of dessert pizza. What fun pictures!

Kitchen M October 30, 2008 um 3:21 am

I too made some home pizzas last weekend at friend’s house and showed off my tossing skills! 😉

Those witches are so cute!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 4:00 am

I love the flavor combination, but I want to know which flavors you chose for the savory pizzas!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 4:06 am

This looks great! Love the idea of a dessert pizza. Makes me with I hadn’t dropped out of DB.

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 4:23 am

Once again, beautiful results. Do you ever make anything that doesn’t turn out absolutely wonderful? I’m drooling over your dessert pizza, it sounds great!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 4:47 am

Oh Tartelette! You make me smile so much! I love the witches tossing the dough! This pizza looks absolutely delicious. Bravo.

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 5:36 am

You know, it never crossed my mind to do a sweet pizza. I did think of green apples tossed with a vinaigrette and arugula…but that’s as far as I got. You always amaze me, and I’m definitely looking forward to "feeding" you next week. hahahaha

Eat4Fun October 30, 2008 um 5:52 am

As usual, beautiful pictures, very creative and delicious looking pizzas!

Your helpers are very cute and I’m glad to see someone is into the spirit of Halloween. 🙂

Mrs Ergül October 30, 2008 um 6:26 am

So adorable to see these Halloween witches tossing the dough! So cute! Your pizzas look fantastic!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 11:30 am

I absolutely love your take on a sweet pizza and your photos are stellar, just captivating. Any leftovers?

Meeta K. Wolff October 30, 2008 um 1:52 pm

helen trust you to make a delightful dessert art out of pizza. this looks incredible and what a cool idea to use streusel as a topping!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 2:22 pm

I love that picture of the witches stretching the pizza dough – too cute!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 2:47 pm

What a beautiful dessert pizza! The plum and mascarpone combination sounds wonderful!

The Blonde Duck October 30, 2008 um 3:40 pm

I love the witches tossing a pizza!

The Short (dis)Order Cook October 30, 2008 um 3:51 pm

That photo of the witches tossing the pizza was priceless!

I get very excited every month going around to the different blogs to see what the daring bakers have cooked up. This is the first sweet pizza I have come across. It’s exactly what I would expect from you and it looks delcious. You can’t go wrong with mascarpone!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 4:47 pm

I love that you made a sweet pizza! So different and yummy looking!

Camille October 30, 2008 um 5:03 pm

After seeing so many yummy savory pizzas a sweet pizza sounds great for dessert. (Love the witches!)

Nina Timm October 30, 2008 um 5:08 pm

Looks like you had loads of fun doing this post….the witches are so cute!

Cakebrain October 30, 2008 um 7:04 pm

What fun! I just love the little witches tossing the pizza! they’re so cute! and that’s a good-looking pizza too! yum!

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 8:08 pm

Nice… I wish I had some little witches to do the tossing for me.

Anonymous October 30, 2008 um 9:32 pm

une pizza au streusel … il n’y a que toi pour penser à un truc pareil 🙂

Lauren October 31, 2008 um 12:45 am

Mmm, your pizza looks amazingly good! I love the idea of making something savory sweet!

My Sweet & Saucy October 31, 2008 um 1:13 am

I always love seeing what you will do with the challenges…another delicious looking dessert!

Bunny October 31, 2008 um 1:19 am

Now this is my kinda pizza! This is beautiful you are the QUEEN OF DESSERTS!!

That Girl October 31, 2008 um 3:08 am

Sweet pizza? This idea is far too late in coming!

Peabody October 31, 2008 um 8:34 am

Fantastic flavor combo. And how funny are your witches with the dough.

Clumbsy Cookie October 31, 2008 um 6:58 pm

I want! I want! You’re too funny with your little witches! Loved them! And your pizza is right up my alley! Wonderful, gotta love the sweet pizzas!

Anonymous October 31, 2008 um 7:37 pm

Lovely looking pizza! The topping is very creative. Those witches are so funny:)

Anonymous October 31, 2008 um 11:08 pm

Your pizza looks delicious. I love the plum and streusal topping combination.

Natalie, aka "Sheltie Girl" October 31, 2008 um 11:40 pm

This is just a beautiful pizza. It looks like it tasted just fabulous too.

Natalie @ Gluten A Go Go

Anonymous November 1, 2008 um 12:54 am

Greta and Hilda are the best witches ever – and they surely did a great job tossing the dough! With this flavor combination I would go for dessert first too.

PheMom November 1, 2008 um 1:41 am

You have witches to help in your kitchen – why didn’t I think of that! I was hoping you would make something sweet – your pizza is gorgeous as can be!

Anonymous November 1, 2008 um 6:30 pm

WOW that sounds so good! I wanna make it!

Venus ~ Vi November 1, 2008 um 9:51 pm

Looks delish, Helen! The pics are just as beautiful as always!

Anonymous November 1, 2008 um 10:22 pm

What a wonderful and original idea for a pizza! The flavors combo looks divine, and the photos – gorgeous as always!

Mollie November 2, 2008 um 12:31 am

I love the little witches! 🙂

Fifi Flowers November 3, 2008 um 2:42 am

I see you got a little witchy help to make this delightful plum pizza! Looks YUMMY!

Unknown November 3, 2008 um 2:57 am

Ha! I love the helping hands that you have, though they look like they’re arguing over who should help! Pizza looks great.

Leacayoungart November 3, 2008 um 5:12 am

Somehow we missed a few posts. I am catching up. These look amazing.

Jenny November 9, 2008 um 12:00 am

Nice job ladies, oh excuse me, witches. 🙂
I tried to get pictures of mine but my 9 year is not quite a photographer so I don’t have any. Your pizza sounds divine though.

Pea and Pear November 9, 2008 um 4:15 am

I turn my back for 5 minutes and it’s like I forgot how beautiful everything on this blog is!!

I now have 6 new entries to read and salivate over and I can’t believe I have left it so long to get my tartlette fix.

This pizza is a good place to start and I am working my way up to those divine tartes tatin.

The world just keeps on spinning without me, I must jump back on!!!!


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