We've had a recent run of home made pizzas, and recently invited J over to share in the noms.
Using our usual pizza base (but without wholemeal, as we are all out), we put together three awesome pizzas.
Potato and zucchini was J's idea. I sliced and fried the potatoes, then we spread out a thin layer of tomato paste with some crushed garlic and some fresh herbs, and then went to town with the potato and zucchini. This pizza was super delicious (I love potato).
I visited Radical Grocery in order to pick up some Cheezly, going for the mozzarella variety. Cheezly is always a bit on the expensive side, so we went easy, using about a third of the bar. We cut big slices (but thin) of tomato for this one, because that is my favourite way - it really helps retain the moisture and fills your mouth with delicious tomato flavour. Again, fresh herbs from the garden, and some spinach.
To round it out, I caramalised some apples and pears in brown sugar, and used the Sweet William chocolate spread on the base. I also crumbled some of their white chocolate in amongst the pear and apple pieces, and when it came out of the oven I carefully sprinkled icing sugar over the top.
Delicious! I love making pizza. It's lots of fun, and I know it's not going to be oozing oil (unless I want it to be), or accidentally covered in cheese.
ETA Danni claims dessert pizza was originally her idea, when we were still living in Perth. So I give credit to her!