Tonight is Friday night. While a lot of you might be going home for the weekend, partying, or doing something with your girlfriend/boyfriend, I am not. Tonight my sister is having a game night at her apartment. (So, you're probably thinking that I'm a loser. But hey, whatever.) First off, this game night is going to be a little bit different than her usual game nights. The usual game nights consist of usually four or five people sitting around her table playing a game or two. We all have fun, until I inevitably spill my drink all over her new place mats or table cloth, and the night is ruined.
Tonight is going to be a little bit different. She has decided to step up game night a little bit, and has invited an enormous amount of people over; probably more than will be able to fit into her apartment. So, when she asked me to come, I of course said yes. She then asked me if I would make some sort of food for this extravagant event. Again, I said yes. (Apparently food is the price of admission for game night tonight.) So, I was sitting in class yesterday trying to figure out what to make. I couldn't decide, so I texted my sister and she recommended that I make fruit pizza.
The last time that I made fruit pizza was in 6th grade home economics class. It was the only time that I had ever made it, so I wasn't real confident in this choice. However, I set out this morning after my only class to make it. I went to the local Kroger and bought the ingredients, and went home. It calls for premade sugar cookie dough, and you're supposed to press it into a pizza pan or something like that. I don't have a pizza pan. So I improvised and I just rolled the dough out into a circle. It didn't look very big when I put it on the cookie sheet, so I decided to add a little more dough. If you've read any of my previous posts, you know that I have a knack for not following directions.
After it is done baking, I take it out of the over. It didn't turn out very small. In fact, it turned out quite large. Well, I guess that means more fruit pizza for everyone, right? I finish making the pizza, and everything else goes smoothly. As I type this, it's in my refrigerator.There's nothing else I can do for it except keep it in the refrigerator until game night, I suppose. So, I hope all of you have fun on your weekend escapades, and hopefully someday you'll give this type of pizza a try.