Spinach & Artichoke White Pizza

By Wednesday, December 3, 2014

DECEMBER. Every time I look at the calendar I am reminded.

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Mostly that the wedding is so soon. I will say, though, that while I’m glad we had a 13-month engagement, it’s not necessary. You really need about six months max to plan everything… and even then, that might be too much. Maybe four would be perfect. But I am keeping our wedding super simple and hassle-free because, well… it would just be impossible to do from a distance otherwise (I live in Ottawa but the wedding is in our hometown of Halifax).

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ANYWAY. For the first six months all we did was book our venue, band, photographer and church. It was only after that that we did any REAL planning, like the menu and ceremony etc. So you really don’t need much time, unless you want a venue in high demand.

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How does this relate to pizza? I have no idea. It doesn’t. But it’s not unusual for me to ramble about irrelevant things on my blog.

I am completely obsessed with white pizzas, to the point where I would MUCH rather eat one than a regular tomato-based pizza. This pizza is like the perfect intersection of white pizza and my favourite dip – spinach & artichoke. Ummm YUM!!!

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I swear most of my recipes are spur-of-the-moment, off the top of my head. I look in the fridge and think “how can I put all these things together?” and then I just do it. And then magic like this appears on my dinner plate.

This pizza was more than a little delicious. It was sinful. You will love it.

Spinach & Artichoke White Pizza

Yield: 1 large pizza


Dough for one pizza (I used my Garlic & Oregano Crust)
1 tbsp olive oil
3 tsps minced garlic
1/4 cup grated parmesan
2 cups white old cheddar or mozzarella
6 artichoke hearts, drained and chopped
2 cups spinach
Salt & pepper, to taste


Prepare your pizza dough/crust. Mix together the olive oil and garlic and let sit. Spread over top of the dough - this is your sauce. Top with parmesan, half the cheese, then artichokes and spinach. Sprinkle the rest of the cheese over top and season with salt & pepper. Bake for 25 minutes at 375 degrees.

Adapted from Sally's Baking Addiction




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