Give Pizza Night a Quirky Twist With a Funfetti Crust
It’s safe to say that, here at Brit + Co, we are color obsessed. Today’s color obsession found its way into one of our favorite foods, PIZZA, and we aren’t upset about it. Now you might be saying to yourself, “Sprinkles? In pizza? You sure?” Well, we had some skeptics, but most of the B+C staff were surprised on how much they appreciated the sweet bite with the savory sauce and cheese. Try it for yourself and throw this pizza together for the next slumber party with your BFFs or rainbow party.
- pizza dough
- pizza sauce
- mozzarella + burrata cheese
- Add sprinkles into the pizza dough while it’s still sticky. Cover with flour and then stretch into a circle.
- Place on a piece of non-stick tinfoil or a pizza stone. Top with pizza sauce and cheese.
- Brush the crust with olive oil and press additional sprinkles onto the pizza’s edge.
- Bake for 20 minutes in an oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Head to your local Trader Joes to pick up pre-made pizza dough. Let the dough reach room temperature and then take it out of the bag and mix in your sprinkles. PSA: Make sure you mix in your sprinkles before your dough touches fresh flour. The flour will immediately cut down the dough’s stickiness and not allow the sprinkles to adhere to the dough.
Stretch your dough into a circle and place on a pizza stone or non-stick tin foil. Cover with pizza sauce.
Add slices of burrata and mozzarella — remember: the more toppings, the merrier :) Brush the crust with olive oil and then press on more sprinkles. Bake for 20 minutes in an oven at 350 degrees.
Remove from the oven and sprinkle with olive oil and fresh basil. Let cool before you dig in.
Rainbow dreams and pizza dreams coming together make me think of one thing — “2 Become 1” by The Spice Girls.
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DIY Production and Styling: Kelly Bryden
Photography: Chris Andre
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