Tonight’s dinner was AMAZING! I will definitely be making this pizza again and again. I had a little fresh pineapple (fresh pineapple… oh, how sweet!) left in the fridge and a hankering for Hawaiian Pizza. The only problem was that I needed to make more pizza sauce and I wanted dinner to be quick tonight. No pizza sauce? No problem! I decided to use BBQ sauce instead.
I came across a recipe earlier this week that had me thinking. The recipe was for chicken and pineapple quesadillas and it looked divine. I will HAVE to try it soon.
But tonight, I wanted pizza. Fast. So I used this recipe as my inspiration and what I came up with was truly delicious. This is seriously a must try recipe!
Time: 25 minutes
Pineapple, thinly sliced
Green bell pepper, diced
Onion, cut into thin rings
Pre-heat oven and make/roll out dough according to pizza dough directions.
Pre-bake dough for 5 minutes. Top with BBQ sauce and remaining ingredients, ending with cheese.
Bake pizza for an additional 10-15 minutes until crust is golden brown. Yum!
- Use a pre-made crust for a faster dinner.
- Top with a little crushed red pepper for more of a kick.
- I used a packaged dough mix that mixes with water. For 57¢ you can’t beat it if you like thin crust!
- Use as many or as little of the above ingredients. Tonight, I only put onions on 1/2 of the pizza. Jason LOVES them… Me? Not so much…
- Jason dipped his in a little ranch dressing. He’s obsessed with ranch.
- You can substitute the ham for Canadian bacon, bacon, turkey bacon, or even chicken.