Now that it’s summer, the warm weather and additional free time make it more appealing for me to get up early on Saturday mornings and walk to the farmers’ market. Every time I go, I have a blast buying fresh produce, nibbling on some treats for breakfast, and “window-shopping” through all the stands. Of the various items I bought last week were a carton of fresh strawberries. They were tiny, round little berries unlike the ones in grocery stores – just like they should be.
Feeling in a creative mood, I made Nutella pizza. Nutella, pizza, and fruit…how could that combination possibly go wrong? It ended up tasting more like a flat bread, probably because I had baked the dough first without the toppings. My friend Sydney had made the pizza dough for a little pizza party we had. Making homemade pizza with friends is always fun. Roll some dough, buy some toppings, and everyone can make their own personalized pizza, or one giant one to share!
This weekend, I’ll be moving to Georgetown for the summer since I’ll be working just outside of DC. I love the Georgetown area because of all the shops and restaurants and the neighborhood is beautiful. Hopefully there will be a farmers’ market close to me while I’m there!
NUTELLA STRAWBERRY PIZZA
1/4 cup Nutella
Handful of strawberries
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Take out leftover pizza dough or store-bought pizza dough. If you don’t have any, here is a simple recipe.
Roll dough on a lightly floured surface into the shape of a circle, about 1/4-1/2 inch thick.
Bake in oven for about 10-15 minutes.
Spread as much Nutella as desired in the center and arrange sliced strawberries on top.