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Recipe: Twice-Baked Potato Pizza

Twice-baked Potato pizza recipe

 

For some reason I got it in my head that I was going to try a potato crust on my homemade pizza. So I made enough crust for two pizzas. The first pizza I made with the usual red sauce and mozzarella cheese. Boring! For the second one I created this recipe for twice-baked potato pizza! I really hope you enjoy it. And just think what something like this would cost from a specialty pizza shop.

Potato Crust Recipe

2 cups mashed potatoes (cooled)
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder

Mix it all together – no need for rising, you’re good to go.

Roll it out on a greased pizza stone. Bake at 400 degrees for 6 minutes

Cheese Sauce Recipe

3 Tbs Butter

2 Tb flour

3/4 cup half and half

1/4 cup milk

1/4 parmesan cheese

Take your crust out of the oven and let it cool a little. Spread cheese sauce on top.

Twice Baked Potato Pizza Toppings

twice baked Potato pizza toppings

Potato pizza 200

1/2 lb. crispy bacon, chopped

3/4 cup broccoli

1/4 chives

Pulse the broccoli and chives in the blender until chopped in small bits. Microwave for 1 – 1 and a half minutes.

Sprinkle over cheese sauce.

Top with a cup of grated cheddar cheese.

Tips: This recipe is a great use of leftovers!

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2 Responses to Recipe: Twice-Baked Potato Pizza

  1. Lucy Schmidt March 18, 2014 at 8:30 pm #

    I was right with ya until I got to the broccoli part. Ick! Not allowed anywhere near me, but I know I’m odd. I’d substitute an equal amount of garlic and sweet onions and am sure I’d be happy. Then, of course, no one would want to be anywhere near me, but it would be worth it. Interesting experiment. I don’t cook much so it never would have occurred to me. In fact, I probably wouldn’t even have leftover mashed potatoes. I ddddooooooo love potatoes. I’ll see your broccoli and raise you 2 potatoes!

    • Eve March 24, 2014 at 10:01 am #

      Hi Lucy! I know, that’s the great thing about pizza toppings – easy to substitute with what you love – like caramelized onions- I’m with you there!

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