Turkey Alfredo Pizza
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
Terrific! You want your kids to eat their spinach? Hide it in a pizza! Make sure the spinach is patted dry before adding (put in a colander , put a sheet of wax paper over the top of the spinach, press down with the back of a large spoon until all juices are gone.). I like to spread a thin layer of olive oil over the crust first, so I omitted rubbing the garlic on the crust, and instead added about 1/2 teaspoon garlic to the Alfredo sauce. I also omitted the red pepper flakes, and sprinkled the top with powdered paprika, mostly to add a bit of color. REALLY, REALLY GOOD.
Really easy to make! A great twist on regular pizza that our family liked a lot. We used ground turkey instead of turkey breast and kale instead of spinach. We also added some shredded cheese blends to the parmesan topping. Next time I will put the garlic-rubbed pizza crust in the oven for a few minutes before putting on the toppings, and I will add a little less alfredo sauce on top (it got a little runny.) None of this affected the great flavor, though, and we are looking forward to having this again.
We loved this pizza. I left out the garlic because it upsets my husband's stomach and used rotisserie chicken. I was worried that we would miss the mozzarella cheese, but it was great with just the Parmesan. This is definitely a keeper!
Great pizza. Didn't have whole garlic, so just sprinkled crystallized garlic over crust. Was worried we would miss the cheese, but it was perfect just the way it was. Used deli turkey, and extra spinach. Family said this was a "make again."
This pizza is very good. I used whole wheat crust and chicken instead of turkey. I would have liked a bit more garlic flavor.