How to Make Your Heart Shape Pizza

We’re back with our very first article from The Bleacherreport.

Join us for this epic look at how to shape your heart shape pizza. 

 We’re looking at heart shaped pizzas because there’s a lot of research about the effects of heart shaped and heart shaped cheese.

But for now, let’s focus on heart shaped pies because we think they look like heart shaped cheeses. 

Here are the ingredients: 1 pound (2.5 kg) of heart-shaped (or heart shaped) cheese.

(I’m using Pecorino Romano and Brie because both of these have a lot going for them.)1 tablespoon of olive oil.

(Use vegetable oil or coconut oil.) 

1 teaspoon of baking powder.

(You could use ground cinnamon, but I think the best way to achieve a good heart shape is to use the butter or oil.)1 teaspoon salt.

(For the heart shape, I like to add a teaspoon of salt because that’s what will help prevent your cheese from turning into a heart.)

For the filling, you’re going to want to mix up the ingredients so they’re evenly distributed. 

This is where you’re gonna need to find a big bowl.

 It’ll help keep the cheese from sticking to your cheese grater or measuring cup, which is what happened to me with the Pecori. 

I ended up using a bowl that was about 1/2 inch thick, but the goal is to make sure your heart-shape cheese comes out evenly.

I think you can get away with a 1/4-inch thick bowl if you’re just trying to make your cheese easier to handle. 

Add the salt and baking powder to the bowl and stir it well. 

Now that the cheese is mixed, you can add the olive oil, baking powder, and salt to the cheese grating. 

It’s okay to stir everything up a bit to make it easier for the cheese to melt and harden. 

Mix everything well.

If your cheese is a little bit too lumpy, you’ll want to add some olive oil or vegetable oil to it. 

Finally, sprinkle the filling over the cheese. 

The heart-shaped cheese should have a thin crust. 

Make sure to scrape the bottom of the bowl to help loosen up the filling. 

If the cheese comes off the top of the heart-sliced cheese, don’t worry about it.

The filling is the most important part of the pizza.

This is important because it will keep the heart from sticking together when it’s baking. 

Place the pizza on the baking sheet, and make sure that the crust is completely covered.

I like to keep the edges of the dough nice and even. 

Bake for about 25-30 minutes, until the cheese has melted and the heart has formed. 

Cool completely on a rack in the refrigerator for a few hours before cutting. 

For more heart shaped pie recipes, check out this article: Heart shaped Pizza.