My husband and I married at the age of 18 by choice. Some called it puppy love but almost thirty-six years later we are still madly in love. Seriously, I think he walks on water! I do think we lucked out when it comes to food because we are both very much foodies. He loves to eat and I love to cook but he is a rather descent cook in his own right and there are some dishes he has mastered to perfection that I have not. We love to cook together sharing our love of food and cooking with our kids. Our kids are now grown with their own kids (aka the most adorable grandkids you have ever seen) who are passing on our love of food and cooking with them. Food draws us together as a family. There is nothing more precious than spending a bit of quality time cooking with loved ones!
As a frugal shopper, I tend to very much brand loyal when it comes to certain commercial products but only if they have proved their worth to me. In this case, I went with Pillsbury refrigerator chocolate chip cookie dough, Betty Crocker fruit roll-ups, McCormicks spearmint leaves, Cake Mate cookie icing, Mars bar and a Snickers. I knew this was going to be a sugar overload but it turned out rather cute. I used a clean pizza box for the presentation.
Method: Line a pizza pan with aluminum foil. Squeeze the full tube of cookie dough onto the pan. Spread evenly with you hands. The warmth of you hands will help it spread easier. Bake according to instructions. Let the cookie base cool. Spread the Cake Mate cookie icing over the cookie base for the sauce. Fill a 4 oz bowl with white chocolate chips then melt in the microwave oven. Use a spoon to drizzle the melted chocolate over the sauce. Cut the fruit roll-up into circles and thinly slice any remaining topping you want to add. Top the cookie pizza then place into a clean pizza box for serving.
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