Behold, pizza lovers and get ready, pizza cake could become a reality. Your next birthday party may look like this. Pizza cake could easily replace sliced bread as the best invention ever. Canadian pizza chain Boston Pizza has created pizza cake, a multiple-layered meaty mutant cake as a part of new campaign called “Pizza Game Changers” Customers are invited to vote on which new items they would like to see on the restaurant’s summer menu. At the time of this writing, Pizza Cake is winning. By a lot. It’s beating “pizza mints”, in second place with 2701 votes, and is far more popular than inventions such as the pizza beardkin , pizza cheese clippers or pizza car freshener. I totally get it why pizza cake is winning. It’s a pizza and a cake! What’s not to like? Except maybe calories? But as always different people have different opinions on pizza cake. The haters use words like fatpocalypse, end of civilization, horror… The others are excited and can’t wait to try it. I decided to give it a try and create my one version of pizza cake, from scratch. If you want, you can do it too. First you make dough. Simply regular pizza dough will do fine. Roll the dough out into a 1/5 inch thick layer Cut out 6 rounds 6 1/3 inches (16 cm) each in diameter. Preheat oven to 400 F and bake the layers in batches for 15 minutes . Let them cool a little bit. Line bottom and sides of pot with baking paper.Roll the rest of dough out into a 1/5 inch thick layer and cover the sides of the pot but not the bottom. Place one layer on the bottom of the pot Add tomato sauce. Lay cheese on dough next add pepperoni slices. Place next layer of dough. If necessary fill cracks with dough. Repeat, until you have all the layers complete. Remove the excess dough. Tuck in the edges Bake in preheated oven at 400F for 25 minutes. Remove it from the oven. Let it cool in the pot for 5 minutes then carefully remove. Enjoy! Pizza Cake Recipe 2014-04-24 14:38:27 Serves 8 Yes, your dreams did just come true. Here it is: the multiple-layered meaty mutant pizza cake, so delicious. Write a review Save Recipe Print Prep Time 2 hr Cook Time 50 min Total Time 2 hr 50 min Prep Time 2 hr Cook Time 50 min Total Time 2 hr 50 min For baking use 1 pot (6 1/3 diameter , 4 inch tall ) For dough 1 ½ pound all purpose flour 2 ½ cups warm water 4 tbsp olive oil 1 1/2 tsp salt 3 tsp sugar ½ oz dry yeast For topping 1 ½ cup pizza sauce 14 oz cheese, grated or thinly sliced 14 oz pepperoni fresh mix of greens (optional) Instructions Combine yeast and sugar in a small bowl. Stir in warm water. Sift flour and salt into a large bowl. Add yeast mixture and olive oil and stir until combined. Knead the dough on the lightly floured surface for 10 minutes or until smooth and elastic. Return the dough into the bowl. Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap and let rise in a warm place for 1 ½ -2 hours, until doubled in size. After rising, punch the dough down and place it to a flour-dusted surface and knead it around a bit to push the air out with your hands. Divide the dough into 8 balls. Roll six balls out into a 1/5 inch thick layers and cut out 6 rounds 6 1/3 inches (16 cm) each in diameter. Let them rise in a baking tin for 10-15 minutes. Bake in the preheated oven (400F) for 15 minutes. Let them cool a little bit. Line bottom and sides of pot with baking paper. Roll the rest of dough out into a 1/5 inch thick layer and cover the sides of the pot but not the bottom. Place one layer of pre-baked dough on the bottom of the pot. Add tomato sauce, pepperoni and cheese. Place next layer of dough. If necessary fill cracks with dough. Repeat, until you have all the layers complete. Remove the excess dough and tuck in the edges. Bake in preheated oven at 400F for 25 minutes. Remove it from the oven. Let it cool in the pot for 5 minutes then carefully remove. Top with fresh mix of greens and enjoy! Notes © 2014 So Good Blog By So Good Blog So Good Blog http://www.sogoodblog.com/ For me, there is nothing wrong with pizza cake. You’ve got to have fun with pizza. And about calories? Well, cut yourself a slice, eat it slowly, enjoy it without gilt and don’t forget to exercise. I don’t know how is going to look final version of pizza cake from Boston pizza. But Mel Brooks said about sex and pizza, “even when it’s bad, it’s good”, I think their pizza cake can’t be a flop. So ,don’t be haters, give pizza cake a chance. SummaryRecipe NamePizza cake Published On 2014-04-24Preparation Time 2:00Cook Time 0:50 Total Time 2:50Average Rating 4 Based on 39 Review(s) The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Zorica L. Nutella lover, coffee addict and a dreamer in love with photography Latest posts by Zorica L. 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Just a top crust on the pie. More layers of fillings. Check out Aussie and English Meat pies. Reply Livvy Dunne June 19th, 2014 Then it would be a pie not a cake. A pizza is already a pie Reply Bonny June 21st, 2014 I was wondering if there was need to spray any Pam on the parchment paper? Reply Dana July 20th, 2014 Where do I find the pot? I have looked everywhere! If I can’t find the exact size what would be a substitute? Thank you,my son really wants this for his birthday! Reply Debra Deagle August 22nd, 2014 This looks like the insert or crock from a small size crockpot. I have a small crockpot and it looks like this. It would be oven safe and the sides are tall etc. Good luck! Reply Vaishali Sabnani July 26th, 2014 This is amazing…it looks gorgeous and what a novel idea…I am also skeptical about demoulding but will for sure give it a try. Totally loved it. Reply Bianca Alicia August 6th, 2014 I’d use a small springform cheesecake pan. Reply Wojciech Skoczek September 30th, 2014 Hey! I was just wondering, can I use microwave instead of oven? Reply Kat October 1st, 2014 If you use parchment you should measure the parchment in the pan, grease the pan and stick the parchment to the sides and bottom. The pizza cake looks fun and I plan on making it for someone’s birthday soon, very cute idea! Reply Laura October 5th, 2014 Rather than cut off the extra, why not roll more fillings into it around the top edge like a stuffed crust? It would give it a decorative finish. Could be brushed with egg and sprinkled with coarse salt. Reply Keira October 12th, 2014 It was a NIGHTMARE getting the dough on the sides of the pot. Ended up just leaving that off and building layers, which was delicious, but not as pretty. It is fairly easy to wiggle out of pan with parchment paper, but, I made two, and one I used no stick aluminum foil to line the pot and it came out like a dream. Reply lexis October 13th, 2014 I have 5 kids so this would take alot of time for me but i love the idea. Is it possible that i could do this with store bought pizzas and fill in the gaps .if so what size crust pizza do u think would be good because i think thin crust might be too hard. Would love to do this for my husband and his friends. Reply cynthia October 19th, 2014 can this pizza pie be made with store bought ultra thin pizza crust? Reply Ann October 21st, 2014 I made this Pizza Cake for my daughter’s Birthday & it turned out Fabulous! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current day month ye@r * Leave this field empty * Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.