Mango Pizza

It may not be a surprise to hear you can add a surprising variety of fruits to your pizza, but it may be surprising to hear about a recipe that revolves around mango, of all things. Here you go! This is a recipe for mango pizza. Of course, this is a rather sweet pizza, and…

Breakfast Pizza – Vanilla Bean Blog Version

Breakfast pizzas are far more varied than you think, especially since you have the liberty to use any ingredient you want as long as the main ones can feasibly be considered breakfast food. There have been recipes with eggs, bacon, sausages…and now it’s turn for fruit! This recipe comes from Vanilla Bean Blog. The layer…

Fruit Pizza

Using fruits on your pizza is unusual, but not unheard of. What is unusual is a pizza that revolves exclusively around fruits. That’s what this fruit pizza is for! As you may imagine, it’s not as simple as throwing a few chopped fruits on some dough and put it in the oven for ten minutes….

Peach and Tomato Pizza

There’s a nice trick to making a memorable pizza. All you have to do is combine different kinds of flavor, and you’ll get a result that’s going to be hard to forget. The key is to select flavors that either contrast a lot, or complement each other to form a more intense flavor. In this…

Sweet Corn and Basil Pizza

Let’s make a pizza where corn is the star! With this kind of corn, you’ll get a meal with a mild sweet flavor, one you’ll enjoy. If you’re a fan of corn, you really have to try this sweet corn pizza recipe. There aren’t many other toppings here, most of the ingredients either are cheese,…

Peach and Ham Pizza

The best pizza recipes are those that combine opposite flavors into enticing new experiences. An example is our fig and ham pizza, featuring fig jam as the sweet ingredient and ham as the salty ingredient. This time, though, here we have a different suggestion for the sweet ingredient: peaches! Here’s a peach pizza! Not only…