Strawberry, Spinach, Feta Pizza

by on January 28th, 2014
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whole spinach strawberry feta pizza

 

You know I thought maybe this time I had done it. I thought maybe I’d created something that no one in my family wouldn’t eat but me. I quickly had my fears put at rest when my teenage daughter came around as I pulled this out of the oven. “That looks good”, she exclaimed! As soon as I had the lunches I wanted packed, and the photos I needed snapped, she promptly scoffed down some strawberry, spinach, feta pizza. I bet she didn’t even know what she was eating but she did enjoy it!

I have really been thinking a lot about the concept of sweet and savory pizzas. I spent a good deal of time researching blackberry pizza, peach pizza etc but ultimately I did what I always do, made what I thought would be the easiest, a strawberry pizza!

I started with pita pockets and bagels since I wanted to test different crusts. The photo above shows a pizza on the pita “crust” before baking. The photo below shows a pizza on bagel “crust” after baking. I would say we preferred the pita since it created a nice crispy pizza. I like to precut my pitas before putting the toppings on. It is probably not necessary but I do it out of habit I guess.

Basic instructions:

  • Lightly brush your chosen crust with extra virgin olive oil
  • Top with crumbled feta cheese and chopped spinach
  • Layer on sliced strawberries
  • Finish with seasoning of your choice, in this case I used black pepper
  • Bake until crispy (the feta cheese does not really “melt”)

strawberry spinach feta pizza

 

For lunch I packed the pizza into my Easylunchboxes container and included:

  • Baby Carrots
  • Blueberries
  • Cucumbers (cut with crinkle cutter see link at bottom of post)
  • Fresh Strawberry garnish

Sincerely,
Deb
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Categories: Easylunchboxes, Grown-up Lunch, Uncategorized, Work Lunch

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