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Move over pasta salad and make room for this veggie salad. You will forget the noodles are made from zucchini when paired with mozzarella, tomatoes, and pesto.
Turn your pizza into a Christmas wreath with the help of refrigerated crescent roll dough. Stuff with your favorite pizza toppings for a tasty and festive appetizer.
When it comes to making homemade pizza I’m all about homemade pizza dough, as made evident by the many different pizza dough recipes I have shared. It’s just too easy! In the time it takes my oven to preheat, the dough has risen. However, I have yet to try my hand at homemade crescent dough – now that intimidates me. So to make this festive pizza ring resembling a Christmas wreath I went ahead and bought 2 cans of refrigerated dough.
This Christmas wreath pizza ring would be a great idea for a holiday party. I brushed it with pesto to give it a green hue and cut the bottom of a bell pepper out to look like a red ribbon. Inside it’s stuffed with cheese, pizza sauce, and three meats: pepperoni, Italian sausage, and prosciutto. Place a bowl of pizza sauce in the middle and it’s ready for the table!
One year ago: Eggnog Snickerdoodle Blondies
Treat yourself with your own personal breakfast pizza. A whole pita topped with pesto, mozzarella, bacon, and a fried egg.
I love college football, it’s full of so many surprises. Part of the tension and excitement yesterday was due to Ohio State’s battle against Minnesota and while I enjoy a close game it still made me nervous and had several outbursts. But once that win was clinched I sat back to watch the rest of the games unfold and there were definitely plenty to pick from. I can only hope that due to a few choice upsets, Ohio State’s potential to get into the college football playoffs has increased.
But I digress for the sake of those of you who could care less about college football.
Make your own personal breakfast pizza using a pita! I’ve posted a pizza for one recipe complete with a mini from scratch pizza crust in the past, but today I made things simpler by throwing Breakfast-y toppings onto a pita. This would also work on a bagel or English muffin. My favorite part of course was the oozy egg yolk.
One year ago: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Roulade
Two years ago: Tortellini with Guiltless Pumpkin Alfredo
Three years ago: Butternut Squash Lasagna
This pizza may have a long name but it’s nothing to be afraid of and if you haven’t tried mascarpone on pizza before, you are seriously missing out!
Most of the people in my life are not huge bakers/cookers and to some, food blogging is an exquisite realm full of weird ingredients and crazy techniques. And stories. I had to laugh when one of my best friends expressed her dislike for scrolling down a post to get past the story and to the recipe, because it’s true. When people use Google to find a recipe they want the recipe, myself included. Yet here I sit not writing about this pizza with its long name and unusual ingredients like “mascarpone” and “caramelized onions” and I’m okay with that because I started this blog to chronicle my food adventures and to share those recipes to anyone who wants to try it for themselves. I cannot tell you how many of my parents’ friends have been directed to my blog for the recipe for “X”. People besides my friends and family reading beyond the recipe is just a bonus (heck even my friends and family reading is a bonus). So whether or not you read this, leave a comment, or skip over it all to the recipe I appreciate you being here :-).
P.S. After trying this recipe you’ll want to put mascarpone on every pizza you make from now on.
One year ago: Lattice Chicken and Sweet Potato Potpie