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Let’s make pizza

Enjoy a taste of Italy at home by making your own pizza using our ready-made base, Italian tomato sauce and a selection of your favourite tasty toppings

Be a pizza pro 

Rustle up the perfect pizza family feast using our hand-stretched, wood-fired sourdough pizza base, and our aromatic Italian roma sauce. All that’s left to do is top with your favourite toppings, such as creamy mozzarella, ham, mushroom, salami and herbs, and baking in the oven until the base is crisp and the cheese is deliciously melted. 

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Tasty topping ideas 

Looking for truly tasty flavour combos? Try a few of our super-simple ideas below. 

Top the wood-fired base with our Italian roma sauce then add salami, sundried tomatoes and olives. Finish with some torn mozzarella, basil leaves and a drizzle of olive oil. If you fancy a kick of spice, add some dried chilli flakes or a few jalapeños. 

For a veggie feast, top with artichokes, chargrilled peppers, sliced cherry tomatoes, basil and ricotta. 

Gluten-free? We’ve got it covered with our Made Without dough mix. Simply mix the pack with milk and vinegar, then knead, rest and roll. Try combining savoury and sweet flavours by topping with pears, mozzarella, gorgonzola, walnuts, thyme and a drizzle of our truffle balsamic glaze.

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The Percy-fied pizza

To achieve pizza pudding perfection, try our delicious recipe idea that stars a cookie base, Percy Pig dessert sauce, buttercream, and our brand-new multicoloured party Percys! 


For the cookie base
115g butter, at room temperature
150g granulated sugar
1 large egg, plus 1 egg yolk, at room temperature
3 tbsp Percy Pig dessert sauce
190g plain flour, sieved
1 teaspoon baking powder
Pink or red food colouring (optional)
30g mini marshmallows
60g white chocolate chunks

For the buttercream 
100g butter, softened
50g Percy Pig dessert sauce
300g icing sugar
2 tbsp milk
Pink/red food colouring 

For the toppings
Percy Pig dessert sauce
Mini marshmallows
Party Percy sweets 
M&S jazzie sprinkles

Preheat oven to 175°C/150°C fan/gas mark 3. Line a pizza pan or, if you want a deeper dish pizza, an 8- or 9-inch cake tin with greaseproof paper. 

For the base, in a large mixing bowl, cream together the butter and the sugar with an electric whisk until light and fluffy. 

Whisk in the egg and the egg yolk, scraping down the sides of the bowl as needed until fully incorporated. Add the Percy Pig dessert sauce and whisk.

Sift in the plain flour and baking powder, in two additions, whisking on a low speed after each addition until smooth. The mixture should be quite thick and smooth.

Whisk in pink or red food colouring, if using – a few drops should be all that is required to give a light pink colour – then fold through the mini marshmallows and white chocolate chunks.

Pour the mix onto the pizza pan or into the lined tin and level the top. Bake for 25 minutes, then remove from the oven and leave to cool. 

For the buttercream, beat together the butter, dessert sauce, icing sugar and milk until smooth. Gradually add drops of pink or red food colouring, mixing after each addition, until the buttercream is as pink as Percy.

Spread the buttercream evenly onto the fully cooled cookie base, leaving some space around the edge, then drizzle the pizza with Percy Pig dessert sauce before decorating with mini marshmallows, Party Percy sweets and jazzie sprinkles.

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