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Author Notes: I only started eating pesto 2 years ago when I got pregnant. So I tried it with everything. Pizza has always been a favorite in our home. My husband puts bacon on EVERYTHING so naturally bacon was added. Mozzarella is my cheese of choice.....which I partly blame for my weight gain while pregnant.My son now eats it plain as a snack!I This pizza is great as a appetizer or paired with your favorite salad! —calmama08
Prep your pizza ingredients
- 6 strips hickory smoked bacon
- 2 medium sized italian sausages
- 3 cups fresh mozzarella cheese
- 1 clove of garlic/crushed
- 1 medium size white onion/chopped
- cook bacon until almost done, drain grease, chop and set aside. Wipe out excessive grease from pan
- remove sausages from casings, tear of small chunks and throw in heated pan used for cooking bacon.
- place onion in pan with sausage until soft and sausage is no longer pink, drain fat. set aside with bacon
- grate mozzarella
- 2 balls of fresh pizza dough
- 1 jar of 365 Everyday pesto sauce
- 1 jar sliced and drained black olives
- *fresh pizza dough can typically be found at your local natural food store. Roll out each ball on a lightly floured surface. pinch edges to form your crust
- generously spread pesto sauce onto dough, leaving room on the outside for the pizza crust
- divide mozzarella in half, spread onto each pizza
- half bacon and sausage, sprinkle on individual pizzas
- spread crushed garlic, onion and black olives over pizzas
- place in pre-heated oven for 12- 17 minutes depending on pizza size. Remove when cheese is melted and crust is golden brown!
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Recipe Using Fresh Mozzarella
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