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Mirabelle Coconut Pizza with Wild Yeast Water


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Pizzas don't always have to be savoury. Try this simple dessert pizza made with mirabelles and coconut cream. The dough is prepared with white spelt flour flavoured with Dutch-processed cocoa powder and naturally leavend with wild yeast water and sourdough discard. It makes a perfect summer treat, late afternoon pick-me-up or even as a late-night dessert.

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  • 230 g White spelt flour #630
  • 10 g Dutch-processed cocoa powder
  • 20 g Rye sourdough
  • 40 g Coconut sugar
  • 25 g Butter, softened
  • 1 Egg, medium
  • 100 ml Wild yeast water
  • A large pinch of salt
  • 500 g Mirabelles, pitted
  • 75 g Butter, softened
  • 40 g Powdered sugar
  • 35 g Coconut flakes
  1. In a mixing bowl, add spelt flour, cocoa powder, coconut sugar, softened butter, egg, wild yeast water and 1 pinch of salt. Mix everything with a hand mixer fitted with dough hooks for 5 minutes. Cover and leave to rise on the kitchen counter for 12-16 hours. Stretch and fold 2-3 times for the first 4 hours. Cover the dough with a plastic wrap and let it finish the fermentaion.
  2. Place the dough on a piece of baking paper. Lightly flour your hands and press evenly to form an oval, approx. 14x10 inc / 35x25 cm. Cover and leave to rise for a further 2 hours.
  3. In the meantime, split the mirabelles open and remove the pits.
  4. Beat softened butter and powdered sugar together until airy and light. Add in coconut flakes. Mix until well combined.
  5. Press your fingers into the dough to make dimples. Fill each dimples with 1/2 teaspoon of coconut filling and top each with a mirabelle.
  6. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Bake the mirabelle pizza in the middle of hot oven for about 30 minutes. Sprinkle the top with some coconut flakes if desired.

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41 comments:

Brian 18/8/22 00:28

That looks incredible, we'd sure give it a go!

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Tom 18/8/22 01:28

...this small plum looks sweet!

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Anonymous 18/8/22 01:58

Interesting ~Christine cmlk79.blogspot.com

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tigerfish 18/8/22 02:15

Never heard of mirabelle and just found out they are a plum variety. Love your generously loaded mirabelle pizza!

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Nita 18/8/22 03:15

Owh sweet pizza with special topping....make me so mouthwatering. Thanks for great recipe Angie ^^

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Sherry's Pickings 18/8/22 03:23

wow angie this is amazing and clever! looks good too.

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J.P. Alexander 18/8/22 03:24

Gracias por la receta. Se ve diferente dulce y refrescante. Te mando beso.

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Anonymous 18/8/22 03:33

Se ve muy rica, gracias por la receta. Te mando un beso. J. P Alexander. Citu https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/

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Gingi 18/8/22 05:25

Oh my gosh, this looks AMAZING!!! - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Nancy Chan 18/8/22 07:24

Interesting pizza. Looks yummy. Mirabelle is new to me but look good to eat.

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Graciela Bacino 18/8/22 07:52

Siempre interesante y apetitosas vuestras recetas!
Nos cultivas en el arte culinario.
Gracias Angie!!

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Anonymous 18/8/22 12:17

Hi Angie, this is Bernadette. Thanks for this recipe for such a fun dessert.

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 18/8/22 13:12

wow what a unique pizza sounds and look delicious!

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Rose world 18/8/22 13:23

Never thought of pizza in other taste. Yours looked interesting.

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DEZMOND 18/8/22 13:27

It looks visually very attractive, I would have splashed some lines of white chocolate over it to resemble melted cheese LOL

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My name is Erika. 18/8/22 13:47

This is a great idea for a dessert pizza, and it is very artistic looking. I love all the mirabelles on the top! hugs-Erika

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Anonymous 18/8/22 14:33

I always learn a few new things from your beautiful blog, thank you. This sweet pizza looks marvellous and would make a wonderful picnic addition.
Éva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 18/8/22 15:14

Oooh, a dessert pizza is perfect for fresh summer fruit! This is a winner, Angie!

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Kitchen Riffs 18/8/22 16:47

Fun, fun dish! Who doesn't want pizza for every course of the meal? :-) This looks really good -- such a nice recipe. Thanks!

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yessykan 18/8/22 20:00

Thank you for posting this recipe, it looks so yummy!

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speedy70 18/8/22 21:36

Che idea strepitosa questa pizza dolce, grazie!!!

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Anne in the kitchen 19/8/22 07:33

I am currently doing a keto way of eating and now I am going to have to see how this will work using a fathead dough. I smell experiments about to happen!

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Margaret D 19/8/22 09:28

How interesting that looks.

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roentare 19/8/22 12:21

This looks amazing! I would love to cook up something like that!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 19/8/22 13:00

What a lovely and unique dessert this is!

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lea 19/8/22 15:02

deve essere super! Quante ricette interessanti ci proponi, grazie e buona giornata!

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Ben | Havocinthekitchen 19/8/22 16:15

What a beautiful twist on a classic pizza. This is so unique and tasty!

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Rainbow Evening 19/8/22 17:19

coconut is tasteful... love it.

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David 19/8/22 18:46

Angie, Really different and really creative! I've never had a pizza that didn't involve meat and cheese but your special pizza looks very tasty indeed... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Cooking Julia 19/8/22 22:29

What an original way to cook mirabelles! I have never eaten a sweet pizza.

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Velva- Evening with a Sandwich 19/8/22 23:53

Angie, until your post, I can't say I knew what a mirabelle was (laugh). You are absolutely right, pizza does not have to be savory! Wild yeast water, very cool.

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thepaintedapron.com 20/8/22 14:29

I've never had a mirabelle, but I do love plums, is it similar? Looks like a lovely treat!

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Angie's Recipes 20/8/22 14:55

@thepaintedapron.com Yes, they taste similar, but mirabelles are so much sweeter.

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Jeff the Chef 21/8/22 21:16

What a fabulous and unusual dessert!

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foodtravelandwine 22/8/22 00:43

What a great idea!!...I can imagine it with a cup of tea and I love it!!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Anonymous 22/8/22 02:09

It's Judee- such a beautiful presentation and creative dessert dish! I have never had Mirabelles but I bet they taste great!

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Julie 22/8/22 17:59

Love the beautiful mirabelles endorsed in the pizza and I agree to the fact that pizzas neednot be savory all times. This looks absolutely delicious :)

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bread&salt 23/8/22 15:15

Very different pizza but looks great. I am sure it must be so delicious.

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Raymund 23/8/22 23:58

Wow this looks really nice, love the contrasting colours. I bet they taste awesome too

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Anonymous 31/8/22 09:17

Plum pizza is a regular with us, but mine seems very basic now after seeing this splendid affair.

Choclette x

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