Valentine’s S’more Dessert Pizza

With Valentin’es Day coming up the age old question of “What to do?” comes around. What to cook? How to cook that recipe? Or, do you go out for the night? Then it’s a queston of finding a place that isn’t already booked up. Well, we thought we would help out in what small way we could. Because after all is said and done with your dinner, whether it be your server or that special someone that question of “What’s for dessert?” will undoubtedly come around. To that end, we present to you the S’more Dessert Pizza. If you’re a lover of chocolate, you can’t go wrong with this one. If you’re not, you will need to give this simple and quick recipe a whirl and we’ll see if you haven’t changed your mind on chocolate. So, sit back, relax, and know that now you at least have dessert taken care of for this weekend.


  1. 1/2 loaf of frozen Rhodes Bread Dough
  2. Ground Cinnamon
  3. 4-6 marshmellows
  4. Nutella – or any kind chocolate spread


1. Turn on the pizza oven to medium-low heat and check the stone temperature until it reaches between 375 to 400 degrees F.  

2. Put a small amount of flour on your counter or the surface you will be using to prepare the pizza. Then, using a rolling pin, roll out the bread dough until it is about a 1/4″ thick.

*We wanted to try this recipe with bread dough. However, using Rhodes Artisan Pizza Dough you would not need a rolling pin and the finished pizza would be thinner and have more of a crunch.

3. Using a spoon, spread the Nutella on the dough. For those who can’t get enough chocolate, put as much as you would like.
4. Sprinkle ground cinnamon on the spread
5. Take your marshmellows and cut or tear then in half and place them on the pizza.
6. Place pizza on the stone and let it sit there for about a minute to allow the bottom to bake. Then, periodically, rotate the pizza allowing the dough to cook evenly. Continue baking and rotating periodically until the marshmellows turn a golden brown or about 5-6 minutes.
7. Remove the pizza and place on a cooling rack for 2-3 minutes, then using a rocking pizza cutter, slice the pizza, serve, and enjoy!

We did consider, after the fact, that adding some crumbled bits of graham cracker would have truly completed this amazing s’more dessert pizza. Want more great information, recipes, and giveaways from Camp Chef? ‘Like’ us and follow us on our Facebook and Twitter page and check out our YouTube channel!

One thought on “Valentine’s S’more Dessert Pizza”

  1. What ‘s the difference using Rhodes dough to any other dough. I tried this last night. I need more practice going from making regular pizzas to dessert pizzas. It came out OK. Thanks for posting, I can’t wait to try more recipes.

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