Hawaiian BBQ Pizza

July 28, 2014

BBQ Pizza

When it comes to pizza, I have an eternal love. Really, I could eat it for every meal. There have actually been days when this has happened. Not my proudest moments—but definitely the most delicious.

I have, unfortunately, learned that you get what you pay for with pizza. And I usually want the good stuff. So, I made it my goal to find the perfect pizza dough recipe and start up my own little pizzeria. 

It’s gone fantastically.

Much like most of her recipes, the Smitten Kitchen’s pizza dough recipe really can’t be beat. You can find it here. If you make 1 1/2 of the recipe, you can get two thin crust medium sized pizzas.

Armed with a great pizza dough recipe, the pizzas have been flying around here. We usually make a traditional pizza (i.e. Hawaiian) and then a random, whatever’s in the fridge pizza.  

This Hawaiian BBQ Pizza came about because we were out of red sauce. So, we added Sweet Baby Ray’s instead. It’s a pretty simple substitution—but it yields great results. I think it may even be a new go-to pizza in the May Squared house. After all, we always have a surplus of Sweet Baby Ray’s (it’s seriously the best BBQ sauce). 


Hawaiian BBQ Pizza
An easy twist on a Hawaiian pizza.
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  1. Pizza Dough
  2. Mozzarella
  3. Fresh pineapple
  4. Canadian bacon
  5. BBQ sauce
  1. Arrange your pizza dough on your pizza pan. Assemble the toppings--first BBQ sauce, then cheese, then Canadian bacon and pineapple.
  2. Bake on the middle rack at 450 for about 13 minutes or until the cheese it melty and turning golden brown.
  1. I like the Smitten Kitchen's pizza dough recipe. It's easy, fast and delicious.
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