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Monday, October 22, 2012

B.L.T. Pizza

There is a pizza chain around these parts that first gave light to this pizza.  Anytime I go there, I snatch it up, when I get the chance.  It may sound a little odd, but it is, really pretty darn good.

Now, I changed it up a bit.  I used Canadian bacon instead of regular bacon (they use both), just to keep it a little on the lighter side, I figured we didn't need two sides of pig that night, but it is more than likely cancelled out, as there is mayo on it.

Yes, I said mayo on a pizza.

Come on, their is also mayo on a B.L.T. sandwich right?  So, it's not that out there.

Oh, and I threw on spinach instead of the common shredded iceberg lettuce.  Another attempt to make myself feel better about eating a pizza with mayo on it.  But feel free to go all the way with the nutritionally savvy iceberg.

Just kidding.

B.L.T. Pizza
1 c. chopped Canadian bacon (or regular bacon)
1 tomato, diced
1 c. shredded lettuce
1 1/2 c. mozzarella
1/2 c. pizza sauce
1/4 c. mayo

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  If using a pizza stone (which I recommend), preheat the oven with the pizza stone in it.

When the stone is hot, place stretched pizza dough on stone.  Combine pizza sauce and mayo and spread on the crust.  Top with cheese, tomatoes and bacon.  Cook 10-15 minutes or until crust is crispy and cheese is golden.

Add lettuce to pizza, right before serving.

So yesterday was our 6th wedding anniversary.  We actually CALLED a babysitter and took 3 hours for just us.  We needed it.  After a great Mexican lunch, a few errands and ice cream, we were horribly full, but refreshed.

Only to find out when we were gone, neither child napped.  Wowza!  That makes for crabby kids.  But, it was worth it.  We needed those 3 hours.

I wish we could do that more often, but limited babysitters and family that lives too far away to help makes it difficult.  Oh, but it was nice...

Would you like to comment?

  1. Do you watch the show Up All Night?? The last part of this post reminds me of the last episode! They were complaining because their babysitter quit. Boy, I can't WAIT to have kids!
    Glad you got to get out of the house. Thanks for the wonderful pizza recipe. Nick and I had pizza this weekend and I was so eager to eat it that I burned my mouth. DARN IT! Pizza is just so good!

  2. P.S Could you e-mail me at gcsmiler19@yahoo.com to let me know how you set up this comment section? Specifically, I am on blogger and want to know how you were able to addd that option below, to register with Disqus to people could get comment replies. I can't figure out how to do that on my blog!!

  3. Ally's Sweet & Savory EatsOctober 22, 2012 at 7:58 AM

    Hey! Yes, I'll shoot you an email....oh, just wait till kids arrive...they can suck the life out of you, but at the same time as such a JOY!

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  5. Jolene (www.everydayfoodie.ca)October 23, 2012 at 6:59 PM

    Pizza is one of my ALL TIME favourite foods. Bacon too. Put them together - perfection!

  6. BLT pizza... why didn't I think of that. I just made the best deep dish ever (evil Biz!). Now I am off to try your recipe.