I can’t believe that it’s November already!? Crazy isn’t it? I am super excited though because now I can shamelessly listen to all the Christmas music I want. And no one can judge me. Well, not totally anyhow. I am determined that this year, I’m gonna get my stuff together early this year! I know, famous words. And words I say almost every year, and every year, I’m down to the wire, running around headless chicken mode.
But, this year’s going to be different. I’m soooo ahead of the game you have NO idea! You know what I’ve done?? Wanna hear my list??
I’ve written my Christmas Card list.
Yep, I’m on it.
I’m kinda dessert crazy these days. And since Halloween just happened, why not include candy in a dessert? I know, genius. You’re welcome.
You maybe a dessert aficionado, but I had never heard of a “Dessert Pizza” before. You smartypants people, probably have. But I apparently, have been living under a rock.
Now this Skor Brownie Dessert Pizza is a chocolate lover’s dream. I mean, it’s got a brownie base covered with buttercream, which is then covered with chocolate ganache – yep, you read that right. And then if that ain’t enough that’s then covered with toffee pieces and Skor bars. It doesn’t get much better people.
Alright, so get your sweet tooth out because this Skor Brownie Dessert Pizza is comin’ atcha.
Ok, so first you’re gonna want to make your brownie base. I used this brownie recipe from I Am Baker. If you don’t follow her already, you’ve got to, she’s insanely talented. For this brownie recipe you’re gonna wanna use an 8″ round pan. Chill the brownie before frosting.
Next you’re going to want to make a basic Vanilla Buttercream.
Recipe ever so slightly adapted from I Am Baker.
Spread the butter cream over the brownie right to the edge.
Now it’s time to make the chocolate ganache. This is the chocolate ganache recipe I used, it’s easiest ganache recipe I’ve found so far. Spread the ganache over the buttercream, leaving a 1/4″ buttercream border.
Sprinkle the toffee bits all over the chocolate ganache. Then slice 3 Skor Bars in half by length, then chop them into 1/4″ pieces. Sprinkle the Skor pieces over the toffee bits and ganache.