Strawberry Prosciutto 3-Cheese Pizza

by Kate on July 1, 2016

Strawberry Prosciutto 3-Cheese Pizza

Pizza is hands down, my all-time favorite food. There is no doubt in my mind that if I could eat one food for the rest of my life, pizza wins every time.

Pizza is the most perfect food because it’s so versatile and easily adaptable to anyone’s likes or dislikes. More of a classic connoisseur? Keep things simple with plain ol’ cheese or top things off with meats and veggies.

But if you’re more of an adventurous pizza aficionado? This Prosciutto Pizza with Strawberries is absolutely made just for you.

This? This pizza was our lunch the day I made it and has been dinner twice since but don’t think for a second that I wouldn’t eat this beauty for breakfast!

Anyone who knows me, knows how I love salty sweet creations and this pizza completely satiates those cravings. Sweet summer berries paired with salty prosciutto is pretty much a match made in heaven.

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Then there’s a nice hit of three epically delicious cheeses. Creamy ricotta, fresh mozzarella then the sharpness of the asiago all contrast nicely.

The finishing touch is the peppery arugula that perfectly compliments the sweet, the salty and the creamy of this outstanding pizza. A thin drizzle of olive oil, a crack of black pepper over the top then just dive right in.

Oh trust me, once you do you’re going to be so glad this recipe makes two pizzas. The thin crust is crisp outside while still being a little chewy inside and holds up well to all the toppings.

This is the perfect summer pizza for eating out on the deck with a glass of wine. Instead of cutting it into slices, try cutting it into squares for an beautiful summer appetizer recipe perfect for munching on while mingling at during a summer party.

Whatever you do, just be sure you make this Prosciutto Pizza with Strawberries recipe because this is one recipe not to be missed.

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