Christmas Wreath pizza tear and share bread – Great Balls of Flour
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Christmas Wreath pizza tear and share bread

By Great Balls of Flour

Christmas Wreath pizza tear and share bread

Recipe Essentials

Ready In: 30min

Preparation time: 15min

Difficulty: Easy

Yield: One 12-inch (30cm) wreath bread. 


  • 2 Great Balls of Flour pizza dough ball
  • Flour and semolina mix
  • 80g Mozzarella crumb
  • 75g Pizza tomato sauce
  • 75g Pesto


  • Parchment paper
  • Sharp knife
  • Rolling pin
  • Glass


This impressive, edible, Christmas wreath will look fantastic as a centrepiece of any Chrstmas decorated table. Perfect for Christmas gatherings thanks to it being super tasty, shareable and can be made in advance. Whilst we think it's best served warm, it is still delicious served cold. 

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Preheat your Kitchen oven to 220ºc. Half your rested dough balls and shape into 4 balls of equal size. 

Roll out your first ball into a base approximatelly 26 - 30cm in diameter (10 - 12").

Place it on top of a piece of parchment paper that has been gently sprinkled with coarse semolina, or pizza peel dust.

On your first base spread out pesto.
Next is the cheese
Then the tomato sauce
Add the final base over the top of the tomato sauce, stretching over the edge if possible.
Take a small container, or glass, that is around 10cm in diameter and place it in the centre of the base. Take your knife and cut a line through the bases from the container to the edge. 
Rotate the base 90º and make another cut, continue until you have 4 custs. 
Position your knife in between two of the cut 1/4's and repeat as before until you have 8 cuts.
Continue cutting like this until you have 16 equal segments 
Twist your segments over a couple of times.
Until all of your segments have been twisted
Bake in your oven for 12 - 15 minutes. Leave to cool slightly before serving. 
Merry Christmas!

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