Sunday, January 23, 2011

BBQ Pulled Pork Pizza

 Today, I decided to cook a big pork loin that I defrosted from my freezer.  I cooked it in a crockpot on high all day.  Then, around dinner time, I wanted to make something other than just plain meat so I made idea ever!

(portions used are approximate, please adjust to your tastes)
-1 cup cooked pulled pork
-1/2 cup BBQ sauce (I used my favorite- Open Pit Original)
-1 pizza crust (I used Fabulous Flats Multigrain Stone Baked Pizza Crust)
-2 tablespoons green chopped olives
-1 cup shredded jalapeno Havarti cheese (bought from Aldi)

1. Take pizza crust and top with BBQ sauce followed by the pork.
2. Spread shredded cheese over pizza and top 1/2 with olives (the husband HATES olives so only my side get them).
3. Bake in the over for about 15 minutes at about 350 degrees.

We also had a caesar salad on the side with chopped cucumbers. The dinner was sensational and very memorable.  In fact, it is 8:41 AM and I am going to have a slice for breakfast.

Have you made any interesting kinds of pizza?


  1. word. DELICIOUS!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Looks delicious! I like a crispy crust so could I just bake it longer? I am your newest follower!

  3. Hi, from your newest follower from Sunday bloghopping :)

    Have a beautiful day!

  4. I am following you back now! WOW! This looks fantastic! I must try!

  5. I found you on the Sunday Strolling blog hop and I'm your newest follower! I did make an interesting pizza, it was sweet potato pizza and the recipe is on my blog
    Hope you can stop by and say hi sometime

  6. Thanks for the follow and followed you back. I make my pizza dough from scratch. It's easy and will be on my Nuts 4 Stuff blog soon with the different types I make. Come visit!

  7. New follower via say hi sunday

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  9. I'm a vegetarian, but love BBQ sauce and love this recipe. It has me thinking I could make everything the same but just without the pulled pork.

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  12. looks yummy! old GFC follower stopping by from follow us monday hop. If you get a chance please stop by my blog. have a great week!

  13. Hi!

    Visiting you from Monday Blog Hops. Omgosh that looks so good~!!

    ~Veronica Fulton

  14. Looks good! As a vegetarian, I could easily sub pulled seitan! Hopping on by from Mom Blog Mondays :)


  15. wow YUM! love your blog thanks for stopping by mine hope you can follow I am defiantly following you!

  16. Wow that looks delicious!! I remember when I was going to an eating disorder clinic the nutritionist told me I was very visual. Right now my mouth is watering LOL...

    Thanks for stopping by my blog and I added you on GFC and subscribed to your newsletter!

  17. oohhh yummy...I make a great pulled pork, and for pizza crust, I like artisan bread in five minutes a day dough. I'm going to make this!

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  18. This looks delicious! Thank you for stopping by my blog. I am your newest follower from Maiking Friends Monday.

    Have a great evening!


  19. Sounds tasty! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'll have to remember this one next time I do pork :) I'll let you have the cucumbers though :O

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