Dessert pizza, pineapple, chocolate, shredded coconut and bananas

Fruits, Biscuit Dough, Chocolate, Vegetarian

Almost a queue de castor but better!


Recipe for 4

Pizza dough

250 Ml
Warm water
5 Ml
Dry yeast
3 Pinch(es)
2 Pinch(es)
330 Gr
Wheat flour


2 Unit(s)
0.25 Unit(s)
50 Gr
Dark chocolate
25 Gr
Icing sugar


125 Gr
25 Gr
125 Ml
35% cooking cream

Preparation time: 120 min

Preheat your four at 425 °F

  • Pizza dough

    In a kitchenaid bowl, add in the tempered water with the sugar and the yeast. Let it all act together for a good 5mins. Blend in the flour and the salt then throw it all in the bowl and start mixing slowly (3 or 4). Once everything has come up together and you have a nice and smooth dough, crank the speed up to 6 or 7 for another 4-5mins. With a humid rag on top, let the dough rest nicely for 35 mins. Firmly press on it for the gas to come out then back in the bowl for another 30mins with the humid rag on. Gas and air out again, cut the dough into small balls and reserve.

  • Garnishes

    Cut the bananas into thin slices and peal the pineapple off then to cut it into very small cubes (brunoise).

  • Caramel sauce

    Proceed with a dry caramel. Once you have the quantity and the desired colour, throw in the butter all at once and make sure it is emulsified before adding the tempered/hot cream. You should have a caramel that's borderline liquid and very soft.

  • Montage

    Gently pour the cold caramel all around the pizza. Add the bananas and the pineapple. With a microplane, add the chocolate, all over, be generous. In the oven until golden crisp!


It's all about the quality of the dough and the cooking. Make sure the dough is well tempered when in the bowl for the resting step. Then the cooking; no colour, no flavour!

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