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My daughter turned 4 yesterday.  It’s kind of crazy.  I seriously feel like we were just bringing her home from the hospital, and now I am here, 4 year later.  And 2 more babies later.  Life sure has changed a lot these last 4 years!!

I always thought I wanted to have a boy first.  I had an older brother growing up, and I always loved having that feeling that there was always someone there to look out for you.  But since Abbi came into my life, I sure am glad that I started with a girl.  Especially when the other kids are so young.  She is my little helper, and I don’t know what I’d do without her.  Now I just need to find a way to freeze time to keep my kids young forever!!

One of Abbi’s favorite things in the whole world is pizza.  I honestly think that she’d eat it every day if I let her.  But she is a purist when it comes to pizza – cheese only.  Well, technically, it’s a little bit of sauce and a whole lot of cheese.  (Bur really – who wouldn’t be happy with that??)  But I’m the one that likes to take things a little further than just plain mozzarella cheese.

So I made a pizza that would make both of us happy.  3 cheeses, but a few more flavors that make it a little bit more sophisticated.

This pizza starts with a flavored pizza crust.  I used lots of garlic and rosemary, which I brushed over the entire crust before any toppings are added.  I first discovered that I really like ricotta on pizza when I made the Butternut Squash and Sage Pizza last fall.  So I couldn’t resist adding it to this pizza, plus a little mozzarella and Parmesan.  The flavored crust alone is reason to make this, and the cheese takes it over the top!
 
Garlic Rosemary Three Cheese Pizza | Taste and Tell
 

Garlic Rosemary Three Cheese Pizza
 
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Think cheese pizza is boring? Try changing up the crust for a flavorful surprise!
Serves: 6 servings
Ingredients
  • 1 clove garlic, finely minced
  • 1 teaspoon finely chopped fresh rosemary
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 (13.8 oz) Pillsbury classic pizza crust
  • ¾ cup ricotta cheese
  • 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • ⅓ cup grated Parmesan cheese
  • Chopped flat-leaf parsley, optional
Instructions
  1. Heat oven to 400°. Spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray; set aside.
  2. In a small bowl, combine the garlic, rosemary and olive oil. Spread the pizza dough out on the baking sheet. Brush or spread the oil over the crust, spreading all the way to the edges of the dough.
  3. Bake for 6 minutes; remove from oven.
  4. Dollop the ricotta cheese onto the crust and gently spread. Sprinkle on the mozzarella cheese and the parmesan cheese. Return the pizza to the oven and bake for an additional 13-15 minutes, or until the crust is golden.
  5. Sprinkle with chopped flat-leaf parsley, if desired.

 
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**I am in a working relationship with Pillsbury and was compensated for this post.  All opinions are my own.**

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28 Responses to Garlic Rosemary Three Cheese Pizza

  1. Happy Bday to your lil girl! Mine is turning 6 in a few days…crazy how time flies. Except I just have 1. I cannot imagine 3 kids and that you even have time to blog! You amaze me :) And this pizza looks fabulous!

  2. leslie says:

    Happy Birthday to your baby!!!!! Love this simple pizza!

  3. Happy birthday to Abbi!!!
    Love the simple, yet wonderful flavors of this – you cannot go wrong with three cheeses, garlic, and rosemary!

  4. Nancy P. says:

    My daughter was 4 in Nov. It does fly by. This pizza looks so good. I am always looking for new ideas and toppings to throw onto pizzas! Thanks!

  5. Everything is clear to me now. This pizza is true life.

  6. Emily says:

    I don’t usually crave pizza for breakfast but you just changed that!

  7. Happy Birthday to your sweet girl! And how lucky she is that her mum made her such a good looking pizza.

  8. I am SO making this.
    Happy birthday to your girl!!

  9. kristy says:

    Happy birthday to your oldest little one. :) It does go so fast! My oldest will be 9 this year and I really, truly can’t understand how that has happened. And I’m all over this pizza. I came across a tub of ricotta in my fridge last night – unopened, unexpired. I’m not sure what it was intended for, but I had thought I should use it on garlic bread. Now I know what I’ll be using it for – it’s like it was meant to be. ;)

  10. Food Lover says:

    Happy birthday for her, time is really running out of our hands, I had the same thoughts about my baby and like you I was blessed with a beautiful baby girl (9m now) isn’t it the best thing in the world? :) loved your pizza, parmesan is my favoriteand this cheese combination is wow can’t wait to make ot for my baby girl in a few monyhs ;)

  11. Amy Tong says:

    I grew up with an older brother…but too bad, didn’t feel that protection you described! LOL…he was the one who bullied me! Oh well, so lucky you got a little helper with the little ones. :) I have 2 kids myself and the older is a boy, so I make sure he’s giving the love and care to his little sister. :)

    Your Garlic Rosemary 3 cheese pizza looks so delicious! The flavor must be wonderful!

  12. I absolutely love rosemary, this is pizza perfection!

  13. Happy Birthday Abbi! Four is a great age! I love how you made a cheese pizza kids and adults will both like! And I especially love that you ‘dressed up’ a can of tubed pizza crust!

  14. Love this! Very simple, but with big flavors.

  15. Happy birthday to your little girl!

    And this pizza – YUM! Love the simplicity of it.

  16. carrian says:

    Love your pizzas!!

  17. This pizza sounds like a perfect way to celebrate a birthday!

  18. Joanne says:

    Happy birthday Abbi! I never liked sauce much when I was little and to this day, pizza for me is all about the cheese. Loving this!

  19. Happy Birthday to your daughter! This pizza looks amazing and I totally love ricotta on top of pizza!

  20. Happy Birthday to your little girl! I love that you added ricotta on top here. I have never tried that–but now I need to!

  21. I’m in love! No red sauce pizza for the win!! :)

  22. happy birthday to your little girl. I love this pizza recipe! yum.

  23. Chels R. says:

    Happy Birthday to your little Abbi!!! I adore Ricotta on Pizza. So good!

  24. Christine says:

    Can’t go wrong with pizza. Your pizza looks good.

  25. teresa says:

    in philly my favorite thing in the world was white pizza. so flavorful and garlicky, this is making me crave it! YUMMY!

  26. Happy birthday to your little girlie! My oldest is a girl too and while I love the “big brother” idea, I totally agree that I wouldn’t know what to do without her and her helpful nature! My daughter would love this pizza too – we instituted a weekly pizza night as part of our new years’ goals so I’ll be trying this :)

  27. Aggie says:

    Awww, I feel like you just had her Deb!! It does go by so fast. Happy birthday Abbi!!

    And I could eat this pizza every single day.

  28. I’m saying the same 12 years later, wait, my eldest is nearly…. 13! Och no. Happy sweet birthday to your 4 yr old – admire you with 2 more and doing a blog – supermum! This is seriously my kind of pizza and love the look of your squash and sage; perfect combos!

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