Spinach and Artichoke Pizza
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 20 min.
I used a store-bought cauliflower pizza crust and I give a five-star rating for ease of preparation, appeal to a broad age group, creativity, and flavor. I spread part-skim ricotta on the crust with the dried herbs before adding the other ingredients. I had an abundance of cherry tomatoes and halved them on top of the ricotta. I used 2/3 grated mozzarella and 1/3 grated parmesan cheeses. I love the broiling step at the end. It is quick and adds the browned effect of a wood-burning oven. My eaters from ten months to eighty years gave positive reviews!
Can you use something like water instead of beer?
This was a perfect alternative to regular pizza for dinner! My family loved it and with the spinach and artichoke element, I could pretend it was a bit more "healthy" - which is always great!
My husband and I LOVED this pizza!!! I added two pieces of crumbled bacon to the pizza and a sprinkling of feta cheese - amazing!!!! I actually used a pre-bought pizza crust to save on time. I've already shared this recipe with several friends - it was just that good!
My husband and I both loved this recipe. I should clarify that I used a different homemade pizza dough recipe. The only thing this pizza needed was a little salt and pepper, so the second time I made it, I added it after brushing the crust with olive oil.
This was pretty good--added diced chicken and olives. Seemed a little "Blah" to some family members when compared to pizza from a pizza joint.