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Apr 29

7 Cheese Thin Crust Pizza

It seemed necessary to consolidate all my favorite cheeses in one place.

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And it’s on a thin crust, which means there’s less bread to get in the way of the cheese. 

Now, it’s not really that much cheese.  It’s just a lot of variety of cheeses.  We’ve got just a taste of blue, feta and goat cheeses.  But then a bit more of ricotta, asiago, parmesan and mozzarella.  It’s perfect.  And oh so creamy.

Pizza is my favorite go-to meal when I really wanna go out to dinner but Andrew says something about staying within something called a budget.  Still not sure what that is…all I know is that it does not involve fun.

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See that picture above? I think I need to clean the back of my oven.  But the only time I think about cleaning my oven is when it’s hot.  I guess ovens have a ‘cleaning’ mode.  My oven is old and I’m not sure if it has a cleaning mode.  I just remember one time when I was a kid I was making cookies (probably not the linked to cookies bc I’m sure they were Betty Crocker’s sugar cookies) and I accidentally turned my parent’s oven on cleaning mode instead of bake mode and it sucked.  Maybe that’s why I hate cleaning…because of that one time it kept my cookies from baking.

Oh my gosh.  It all makes sense now.

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Moving on.

This is my favorite meme.  It gets me every time.  And May isn’t even my favorite month!  Except this May is looking unusually good because I’m graduating (FINALLY) and we’re taking a vacation to Taos.  I’ve never been.  Have you?

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Well, that’s all I’ve got for you today.  I managed to drive over a giant nail and my tire is losing air as I type, so I’m off to get it changed.  And I’ve been told I’m supposed to get my tire’s rotated.  While I’m doing that, you should go to the grocery store and buy 7 different cheeses and put them on a pizza.  It doesn’t even have to be these cheeses.  Any will do just fine.

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7 Cheese Thin Crust Pizza

Yield: serves 2

Prep Time: 10

Cook Time: 12 minutes

Total Time: 22 minutes

Ingredients:

1, 14" whole wheat thin pizza crust
1/2 cup pizza sauce
1 cup italian cheese blend (mozarella, asiago, parmesan)
1/4 cup pepperoni
2 tablespoon pesto (I used this)
1/3 cup whole milk ricotta cheese
2 tablespoons feta
2 tablespoons blue cheese
2 tablespoons goat cheese
1 teaspoon rosemary, finely chopped
1 teaspoon roasted garlic, minced (mine was from a jar)
1 cup arugula
drizzle balsamic glaze

Directions:

Preheat oven according to pizza crust directions.  Top pizza crust with pizza sauce, half the italian cheese blend, pepperoni, the rest of the italian cheese blend, pesto, ricotta (just dropped in spoonfuls over the pizza), feta, blue cheese, goat cheese, rosemary and garlic.  Bake until crust is crispy and cheese is melted.  Top with arugula and a drizzle of balsamic glaze.

7 comments on “7 Cheese Thin Crust Pizza”

  1. Yes to all the cheeses!! I love Taos – you have to go to Orlando’s New Mexican Cafe. When I spent a weekend there, I went twice. Delicious.

  2. This is the pizza that my dreams are made of. 7 (!!!) cheeses? That’s just perfection.

  3. Oh my gosh, so much cheese I love it. Dontcha hate it when boys squash fun because of money? So silly. But this pizza came out of it, so that’s a good thing :P

  4. Oh mu goodness you are speaking my language here. 7 cheeses? Sign me the heck up! I’m curious to what brand of thin crust pizza you used? Thin crust is my favorite of all crusts so i would love to know the brand! 

  5. I love reading your blog because not only are your recipes amazing, but I love your sense of humor. You crack me up every time.

  6. Yes please to all of the cheese :) 

    Jillian 

  7. Love this idea! I like to make super think pizzas on whole wheat tortillas sometimes, and this is just the vehicle for all that cheese! Yum!

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