Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Carmelized Onion and Red Bell Pepper Pizza for Pie Day!

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Carmelized Onion and Red Bell Pepper Pizza for Pie Day!

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Pie. I love it! I'll take it over cake any day of the week. With tomorrow being Pie Day and all, I thought that I would share a pie recipe for today's Golden Blossom Honey post. Since I just shared one for Valentine's Day, I figured it was too soon to toss another your way. Instead, I want you all to check out my second favorite kind of pie... Pizza Pie! If you want a super quick and easy pizza to toss together for the day, grab this Caramelized Onion and Red Bell Pepper Pizza for 3.14.


Carmelized Onion and Red Bell Pepper Pizza

Don't let the lack of sauce fool you. This pizza is packed full of flavor! What intrigued me about this recipe was the use of goat cheese and pine nuts, two things I have never had on my pizza before. I'm usually a mozzarella girl, but I am totally digging the punch the goat cheese adds to the overall flavor and the pine nuts pull it all together with an extra hit of earthy goodness. 


Carmelized Onion and Red Bell Pepper Pizza

Pizza is a fabulous way to get your geek on and celebrate pie day, but be a little extra and check out the other pies that Golden Blossom Honey has on their recipe page for dessert. Who says you have to stop with just 1 pie tomorrow? The more the merrier, right!?


Ingredients
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 large red onion, thinly sliced
1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 tablespoon GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
1 (1 pound) Boboli baked pizza crust (usually found in bread aisle)
4 ounces soft goat cheese
1/2 cup black olives, pitted and sliced
1/4 cup pine nuts

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Carmelized Onion and Red Bell Pepper Pizza
You can find this recipe, as well as many more delicious recipes right on the Golden Blossom Honey recipe page! Be sure to follow Golden Blossom Honey on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on new products and promotions.


If you like this recipe, be sure to come back every Friday, where I feature a new recipe from Golden Blossom Honey!



What are your favorite pizza toppings?



39 comments:

  1. My daughter thinks goat cheese is the best thing since sliced strawberries (I can't say bread because it's not her fave ;) ). I love that it has pine nuts.

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    1. I have a newfound love of goat cheese, having only recently used it in a pasta dish from a grocery store flyer recipe. Now, I can't get enough, so I totally agree with your daughter. And sliced strawberries are pretty good too, but bread is a little higher on my list.

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  2. I'd eat that one gladly without the cheese! What are those braided pastries next to it? I think I'd like those. I haven't eaten pizza in years as I hate vegetarian cheese, but while I used to make it I'd usually put grated carrots and red onions on it when I had nothing else in the fridge. I also used to mix some defrosted spinach with some cream cheese and garlic and an egg and some oats and spread that on pizza crust.

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    1. Those are just braided garlic bread sticks. I buy them from the freezer section when I don't feel like making my own garlic bread.

      I don't cook with spinach often because Jason doesn't like it, but I do have them put fresh spinach on my pizza when we go to the make your own pizza place down the road for dinner occasionally. I have never tried grated carrots on pizza though. I bet I'd like that!

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    2. Carrots are good on pizza when you have nothing else in the pantry LOL Just grate them, boil them for five minutes with garlic, and then season them and put them on pizza with cheese and onions. When we had nothing to eat during bombings and wars, carrots saved our hungry buts :) We also pretended that zuccinni was fruit when we did not have any real fruit. We would boil diced zucchinni for five minutes with some sugar, cool it down and mix in a packet of some instant powdered juice, like pineapple or strawberry and pretend it was really that fruit LOL These days, I use millet as my poverty and apocalypse food, as it can be prepared both savoury and sweet and is filled with vitamins and minerals.

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  3. My favorite pizzas are with some fresh mozarella or even ricotta. My brother does make a similar pizza to above because he's allergic to cow's milk. It's tasty but he add a balsamic glaze for an extra punch. It's yummy!

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    1. Ooh, balsamic glaze sounds awesome! I try to limit my dairy consumption because it messes with my IBD, but cheese on pizza is an absolute must for me and I'll deal with the consequences of my choice later LOL

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  4. Looks delicious! I love the teddy bear honey. :)

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  5. Pie day snuck up on me with all the excitement in the world. It still will be a fun day to eat al kinds of pies and my son likes apple.

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    1. Apple pie is my favorite, next to pecan. With the quarantine in place, it was a good day to stay in and make pies with the family :)

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  6. I've tried the Boboli crust and it's not bad. I like peppers, onions, black olives and mushrooms on my pizza.

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    1. I love all of those things on my pizza too. The girls hate mushrooms on theirs, so I usually have to just put that on half the pizza.

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  7. This would be a perfect dinner! We love to have pizza nights. I love the toppings here!

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  8. I love trying unique pizzas. This one has a lot of my favorite things especially goat cheese!

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    1. Yes, the goat cheese was a fun touch to the recipe!

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  9. Never heard of pine nuts being in one before. Not that I eat them, but it is still an interesting combo.

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    1. Me either, but I was pleasantly surprised at how much I liked them on there!

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  10. Wow looks so yummy.

    Try the omelet quesadilla is so good.

    Olga.

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  11. That looks incredible! I adore pizza that is out of the ordinary. This one looks amazing.

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  12. We almost always have pizza over here every week, but we haven't tried this combo yet. It looks good. Thanks for the recipe. -LYNNDEE

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  13. Ohh now this sounds really interesting. What an amazing mix of flavours used to make it all come together as well, I would love to know what it tastes like.

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    1. If you try the recipe, let me know what you think :)

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  14. I love a delicious carmelized onion pizza. The addition of red bell pepper must be irresistible! I should try it!

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  15. Hello, I have loved this post, I love gastronomy, to see if it works out or I feel encouraged.
    I loved your post, I did not know your blog, do you want us to follow each other? you tell me Cheers

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  16. This does look so great! I like Greek pizza: Onions, Garlic, Feta Cheese, and Kalamata Olives, and Roasted Red Pepper. Close to this.

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    1. That sounds yum! I've never done feta or kalamata olives on pizza, but I think I should try it sometime to see if I like it as much as I liked this one.

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  17. I can eat them all! It's a perfect recipe during a lock down like this, Theresa.. Hope all is well amidst the COVID - 10 outbreak..

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    1. It is so perfect to make when you have to stay inside. All is well here. I hope you are staying safe and sound as well!

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  18. I'm not a fan of pizza, but it looks like I'll be enjoying this! - Rai Marfil

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