Appetizers, Dinner, Lunch

Fall Orchard Pizza

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This fall orchard pizza is unique, but I think you will find the combination of flavors goes well together.  I know that when we go to the orchard we always have plenty of leftover apples-good way to use them up!  Try it with feta cheese if you would rather, but give it a try-new things have a way of surprising us.

 

1 recipe pizza crust

2 1/2 cups thinly sliced apples (I used Fiji, but any sweeter apple will do)

1 1/3 cups crumbled goat cheese (feta would work)

1 tsp fresh thyme, chopped or 1/2 tsp dried

2 tsp ground stone or dijon mustard

1 T olive oil

1 1/4 tsp honey

1 tsp lemon juice

2 cups arugula

2 T chopped roasted pecans (roast for 4 minutes at 350 or until you smell roasted pecans)

 

Preheat oven to 450 degrees-line a baking/pizza sheet with parchment or spray with cooking spray

Roll out pizza dough and top with apple slices, sprinkle cheese and thyme over apples and bake for 10 minutes or until cheese starts to melt.

In a small bowl combine mustard, olive oil, honey, and lemon juice together and mix with arugula.  Top  hot pizza with arugula and pecans

 

28 Comments

  1. Totally dig the apple slices!

  2. Apples and feta! I love them in a salad and this is just even better!

  3. This looks so pretty and so rustic! I love the photo and the dish sounds perfectly amazing.

    1. bakesinslippers

      Thanks Jenne!

  4. Yes, Yes, Yes!!! I feel like Meg Ryan in When Harry Met Sally 😉

    1. bakesinslippers

      Or You got Mail!

  5. I love all these ingredients, and you make this look amazing!

  6. What a great idea Janelle – very clever!

    1. bakesinslippers

      Thanks Patty!

  7. Simply Sated

    Not many combinations better than apples and feta – love it!!

    1. bakesinslippers

      I totally agree!

  8. Yum!! I love adding fruit to my pizza – the addition of pecans, I imagine can only be delicious!!

  9. I just LOVE the sound of this! The images is beautiful!

    1. bakesinslippers

      Thank you so much!

  10. I make a similar dish with Granny Smith Apples and Brie on Low Carb crust, my kids love it! This looks yummy!

  11. Love the goat cheese + apple combo!!

  12. This sounds like an amazing flavor combination! Can’t wait to make it!

  13. OH MY! I love this pizza. There is nothing unhealthy about your recipe. Don’t be surprised if I come knocking on your door someday asking you to make this recipe for me. 🙂

    1. bakesinslippers

      I would be happy to have you over for pizza!

  14. Wow, this sounds delicious and like a really new and unique combination! I would love to share a link to your recipe on my blog for my Savory Reads series tomorrow. Would you mind if I share your photo of the dish together with the link?

    1. bakesinslippers

      I would love that, thank you for thinking of me!

      1. Your very welcome =) Here is the link to it, in case you want to read it: http://curlsnchard.com/2014/10/03/weekend-reading-5-savory-reads/

        1. bakesinslippers

          absolutely! thanks again

  15. […] 3. Bakes In Slippers offers a brilliant change of pace with this Apple and Goat Cheese With Mustard Pizza. You can opt for Dijon or stone-ground mustard, either of which will lend the dish a marvelous zip. This is balanced delicately by the bittersweet combination of arugula and honey. […]

  16. What an awesome flavor combination!! Truly unique and inspired! 🙂 You are so awesome my friend!! Pics look amazing as well

    1. bakesinslippers

      You are too kind, thank you!

  17. This is my kind of pizza, looks and sounds so good.

  18. Liz

    Thanks for the recipe! I love apples, but have never really thought of them as a pizza topping option!
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