BM #105 Week 3 Day 2 - 

This version of pizza has become a recent favorite with my kids. 

Sending these pizzas to Srivalli's Kid's Delight event, themed on Pizzas and Pastas.

I have tried different versions of Alfredo Sauce in these pizzas and each of them turn out great. Store bought pizza dough works too and obviously cuts down the preparation time. Store bought Alfredo Sauce also is a great idea. I have used unconventional vegetables here but feel free to use any vegetables of your choice.

Ingredients - 

Vegetables - Corn, Broccoli, Sweet Peppers etc
Cheese, Shredded as needed

Alfredo Sauce 1 cup or as needed (Make sure it is thick)
For Pizza Dough  - 
All Purpose Flour 3 cups
Whole Wheat Flour 1 cup
Salt, Garlic, Italian Seasoning as needed
Olive Oil / Coconut Oil 3-4 Tbsp
Sugar 1 tsp
Milk 1/2 cup
Water as needed
Active Dry Yeast 2 1/4 tsp

Method Of Preparation -

To Prepare the Pizza Dough - 
Dissolve sugar and yeast in 1/2 cup of milk and set aside in a warm place for the yeast to 'wake up'. After about 8-10 minutes, the solution must appear frothy. 

In a mixing bowl, measure 4 cups of flour and add the yeast solution. Drizzle oil, salt, garlic and Italian seasoning. Add water as needed and knead into a soft and sticky dough.

Oil a deep bowl, cover with a cling wrap and set aside in a warm place undisturbed for the dough to rise. 
[In cold places like ours, I would heat the conventional oven for about 5 minutes, switch the oven off, switch the light on and place the bowl with the dough in there for about 1-2 hrs until the dough doubles.]

Once the dough is ready, get the vegetables ready, preheat the oven to 400 °F. Prepare a pizza baking pan.

To Prepare personal thin crust pizzas - Pinch about an orange sized portion of the dough, roll into a thin disc (thickness is personal preference), spread the Alfredo sauce, layer the vegetables as needed and sprinkle shredded cheese as needed.

Prepare as many pizzas as needed and arrange them on the pizza pan.

Bake for about 18-20 minutes or until the cheese starts browning a little and the crust is crisp.

Remove from the oven. Slice and serve.


Preparation Time - 2 hours for the dough + 15 minutes for preparation and 20 minutes for Baking
Makes 10-12 Mini Pizzas


  1. The combination of Alfredo sauce on the pizza and the unconventional is really interesting Harini. I'm pretty sure kids will love it.

  2. rajani Says:
  3. I love that everything in that plate is from scratch, that makes it so much more special.

  4. Rafeeda AR Says:
  5. Alfredo sauce has been on my to-do since ages, love it on a pizza, and surely something kids will love... Bookmarked!

  6. Suma Gandlur Says:
  7. Alfredo sauce sounds like an interesting alternative to pizza sauce. Loved all your pasta - pizza themed dishes.

  8. Alfredo sauce is a good alternative to pizza sauce for people who run away a mile seeing tomato based or red sauces. And there are a quite a few in my family. This will come in handy when I have to cook for that batch.

  9. I love pizza with alfredo sauce. Lately we have been eating this a lot at one of our favorite pizza place. I should make it at home soon.

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