Sweet Potato & Caramelized Onion Pizza
This pizza isn’t meant just as a lunch or dinner, but can also be served as a fun small plate to share over a glass of wine or as an appetizer before the main meal.
This recipe is great for a quick meal or is also an entertainer’s dream. The pizzas can be cut up into appetizer sizes and set out to nosh on at will since they’re just as tasty at room temperature. I use store bought flatbread for the base, which makes it even easier to create.
Instead of slicing the potatoes in the traditional way, I used my vegetable peeler to make ribbons and twirls of the sweet potato, then loaded them onto the caramelized onion. The trick to caramelizing the onion is to do it low and slow for a rich, earthy taste spiked with flavors of thyme. Use the leftover onions (if you have any!) for sandwiches or on chicken or burgers.
*Note: Allow for 1 hour cooking time for the caramelized onion prior to baking the pizzas.
1 hr 15 min Prep Time
10 min Cook Time
- Prep Time: 1 hr 15 min
- Cook Time: 10 min
- Servings: 2 pizzas