This is timely since October is not only Pizza Month, but also National Pork Month!
Whether you are out in the field harvesting crops or are trying to throw together a quick and easy dinner for the family, this one is sure to be a favorite.
|View of the combine cutting soybeans (from the tractor cab)|
With that in mind, it's still important to keep an eye out for farm equipment on the roads.
After a long day in the tractor or with the cows, pizza is always a favorite around our place!
Hawaiian pizza has always been one of my favorites. I had SO many apples and wanted to incorporate that. I used a sweeter barbecue sauce (Sweet Baby Rays Hawaiian Barbecue Sauce) as the base, then diced up the apples into small pieces, along with some diced onions. I finished it off with some crumbled bacon bits (I like the Hormel brand, but you can use whatever you like best).
Like most of my creations, I don't really measure much. I love cheese and bacon so I used a lot of it. It's more of a preference thing, so add as much as you'd like. I was pretty happy with this!
- 1 Pillsbury Pizza Dough
- Shredded Mozarella Cheese
- 1/4 Diced Apple
- 1/4 Diced Onion
- Crumbled Bacon
- Sweet Baby Rays Hawaiian Barbecue Sauce
- Use a rolling pin (cover with flour to keep it from sticking) to roll out the pizza dough to the desired size
- Cook pizza dough in the oven for 8 minutes at 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a fork to poke some tiny holes in it throughout
- Spread barbecue sauce on the pizza crust (as much as you'd like)
- Cover barbecue sauce with shredded mozzarella cheese (again, as much as you like)
- Spread diced onions and diced apples evenly across pizza
- Add the bacon (I love bacon, so I used a lot)
- Cook at 425 for about 10 minutes (check on it and then adjust accordingly)
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