Homemade Blizzards with Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs!
Oh yeah guys! I am calling today pizza Thursday!
Cause I mean isn’t Thursday almost as exciting as Friday?
Thursday is like the final three hours of high school before summer vacation (ok, that may be a bit dramatic). The anticipation is just so exciting!
So I have decided that pizza is totally a Thursday meal!
Basically, it is going to get us really pumped for the weekend!
Like an anticipation builder.
Don’t cha feel it building?
Building, building, building…..Bamb!
It’s Pizza time!
Oh, wow. I have no idea where that came from.
That was about as cheesy as this pizza. Which if you are wondering, I think I put too much cheese on!
Wait, it that possible? No, probably not. But for the sake of pictures it was, I covered all the artichokes in cheese! Oh, well you get the idea. It’s a pizza and pizza has to have A LOT of cheese!
So here’s the story. I spent forty five minutes going back and forth between two pizzas.
Seriously, my mind kept jumping from one pizza, back to the other and then back again. I could not decide which one I wanted to do. Finally, my head started to hurt and I decided I would sing Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.
Come one you know how is goes!Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, Catch a tiger by the toe. If he hollers, let him go, Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.
Yeah, apparently I am totally four years old.
Anyway, this pizza is really simple! Garlic infused oil, spinach, marinated artichokes, mozzarella cheese, blue cheese (or feta, because apparently there are people out there who don’t like blue cheese!), some basil and some pine nuts. It is kind of a lot like spinach and artichoke dip, just minus the cream cheese and plus some blue cheese.
I am currently obsessed with cooking my pizzas in my skillet ever since this Green Olive Pesto Pizza with Feta Cheese Stuffed Crust (this pizza is so freaking good). I mean the crust is just amazing! However, if this method just isn’t for you, feel free to throw your pizzas in the oven, just note that it will take longer. Whatever you do just make this pizza, the combination of flavors is spot on and it is cheesy, bready, deliciousness!
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YAY for Thursday night pizza!
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The flavors in this are amazing. I substituted Romano instead of mozzarella and added some sliced roma tomatoes. I have two questions for Tieghan:
1. Which makes artichokes too tough: overcooking them or undercooking them?
2. You suggest baking at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes. Most pizza recipes call for higher temp and shorter times. I’m sure you must have a reason. Can you elaborate?
Awesome! I am thrilled to hear that this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a lot for making it. I would say overcooking makes the artichokes tough. As you can see, this is a very old recipe (2013) before I learned that baking pizza on high temps works best. If I were to rewrite this recipe, I would do a higher temp for the pizza. Happy Holidays!❄️ xT
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Had at my daughters and was absolutely delicious. Lemon flavour was amazing even without putting on top of pizza. Highly recommend. Not a bit left!!
That is awesome! I am so happy you loved this, thank you!!
HAHAHAHA we totally just made this and it was sooooooo amazing the crust was incredible
it made the perfect brick oven type crust, We are soooooo happy WE LOVE IT
Yaaa!! This make me so happy! Thanks! 🙂
You had me at blue, then the pine nuts clinched it! So anxious to try it.
Dinner tomorrow night….two minutes and 35 seconds? Cooks the dough? For REAL???
For real! It is awesome!! So good!
Hope you love it! Let me know!
I still do not believe this cooks as per the directions 😉 Having it again tonight as regular pepperoni pizza, during kid exams….this is the greatest find EVER!!!!!
Thanks Amy!! I am so happy you love this pizza! 🙂
What a genius idea for a pizza! I’m coming over for dinner!
Looks absolutely yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for sharing the recipe at the FineCraftGuild.com recipe linky party.
I really like spinach and artichoke dip – I bet it’s fantastic on pizza! Thanks so much for linking up to All My Bloggy Friends!
Oh yeah, than you will love this pizza!
Looks & sounds delicious! Pinning for future use! Found on Hungry Little Girl – Wednesday Extravaganza!
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Thank you and thanks so much for pinning!
Oh my goodness, Tieghan. This looks so good that I had to FEATURE it on my Tasty Thursdays party this week. Thanks for linking up. The new party is live with a giveaway. Come check it out and spread the word!! Thanks so much, Nichi http://www.mandatorymooch.blogspot.com/2013/04/tasty-thursdays-36-giveaway.html
Thanks so much for the feature!
It looks delicious! Will be making this soon 🙂
Thank you and let me know what you think!
This pizza really looks amazing! My mouth is watering just looking at the pictures! I would love it if you would come link up to My friend Heather & I’s link party! > http://www.kaylascreationsblog.com/2013/04/circle-of-faith-link-party-1.html Hope to see you there! :),
Thank you and thanks for the invite!
Awesome, Pinned! Thanks for linking up to MM . ~ Paula @Callmepmc.com
Thank you and thanks for pinning! I hope you love it!