Friday, November 19, 2010

Pizza Dip





Pizza in a bowl….ladled on to toasted French bread


Need I say more, or amore’


This weekend will be filled with many hours freaking out in the grocery store over thanksgiving shopping. Between not being able to find the items I need and those strategically placed people blocking my way….ughhhh


Lord, give me strength!






INGREDIENTS

1 8oz package cream cheese
1 15oz can of Pizza Sauce
1 medium onion, chopped
1 small can of black olives, diced
1 cup of diced pepperoni slices
Mozzarella Cheese for topping



DIRECTIONS


Baking Dish + Cream cheese, spread it







Pizza Sauce, smooth it







Onions, sprinkle it







Olives, strew them







Pepperoni, scatter it







Cheese, speckle it







Bake it at 350 till Bubbly... then swallow it via French bread – Don’t forget to chew! Ha







Have a very nice weekend Ya’ll.

40 comments:

Tracy said...

What a great appetizer! I'm bookmarking this and can't wait to make it!!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

OMG, that dip is awesome!

Cheers,

Rosa

Bo said...

Yum! The grocery stores are already packed with people...I just got home from shopping!

Ami said...

yum! PS I am always so thankful to live in Canada when I hear you guys all stressing about the Thanksgiving shopping lol. It will be a nice slow paced weekend and week around here ;)

Fun and Fearless in Beantown said...

This pizza dip looks so interesting. I think I'd make some garlic knots to dip in it!

Cucina di Barbara said...

Such a lovely idea!:)
thanks for sharing it!
Ciao
Barbaraxx

Damaris @Kitchen Corners said...

Making this for lunch tomorrow. Thanks for inspiring me!

Good luck shopping! Sounds miserable.

Georgia (The Comfort of Cooking) said...

This looks sinful and delicious, Jen! Thanks for sharing.

egbkid said...

That looks yummy, minus olives, i will try this with a different veggie!

aipi said...

Super cool dip..thanks for sharing dear!

US Masala

Design Wine and Dine said...

Love the photos! They really do a great job explaining the simplicity of the dish! HOW FREAKING DELICIOUS is this?!?! YUMMM! NOW!

Diane {Created by Diane} said...

I love pizza dip, I usually make it plain...yours look delish!

Yes, I've been doing the *happy dance* all day being on the PW website :)

Ellen (La Pure Mama) said...

Oh, wow. Oh! This looks fantastic! What a fun and creative idea... I will have to give this a try soon. Very soon. Great job!!

Sarah said...

What a fun dip. Where have I been that I haven't seen this before? I cannot wait to try this out.

MrsKinne said...

And now I have to make this right away.

teresa said...

could you ask the Good Lord for some extra strength for me too! no way i can resist this amazing dip!

Foodiva said...

Oh dear, I think I've just suddenly fallen in love with this dip! It's so simple, creative and delicious that I will have to serve it on my table soon!

claire said...

mmmm this looks AMAZING! my tummy is growling just looking at it!

Fashion Meets Food said...

Seriously that dip looks amazing. I am making this for new years for sure!

xo

scrambledhenfruit said...

That looks so easy and so good! I love love love your dishes! :)

SprinkleBakes said...

I so feel you about the people being strategically placed in your way... that happens to me so often!

SUPER incredible looking appetizer! My husband would die for this.

Chocolate Freckles said...

Interesting pizza!!!!! :) Love it!

Justin said...

this looks a little insane, but yummy

The Cooking Photographer said...

I love the light in your kitchen! My food will look really nice in there. Meaning that you won the giveaway! Yay!

Will you shoot me an email with your address please? laura(at)thecookingphotographer(dot)com.

L

Faith said...

Oh EM GEEE. I need this now! It looks amazing!!! Good luck with your thanksgiving shopping. I feel fairly relieved that we did thanksgiving last week!

Monica H said...

Hey, congrats on your win!

This is a cute post. I'm sure I'd love this, minus the onions and with the addition of garlic. mmm!

Kathleen said...

I've never made pizza dip. I can't wait to try this for Thanksgiving!!!!

Angie's Recipes said...

I have never made pizza dip. This looks really great!

À LA GRAHAM said...

This sounds really interesting...never seen anything like it! Your daughter from 2 posts prior is a doll...love that curly hair! Have a great Thanksgiving if I don't write you sooner!

Cooking Asshole said...

hrmmm...I am now contemplating what other applications this presentation has...

Sweet and Savory said...

Well, you've combined my two favorite foods - pizza and dip. There is no reason as to why I would not like this!

Monet said...

My husband will LOVE this...especially the layer of black olives. He could eat a whole jar. I am not looking forward to Thanksgiving shopping either...but we can do it! Thanks for sharing with us. Here's to a great Sunday!

Val said...

I love this dip my kids love this dip. Sometimes they request it for dinner. Delish

Chef Dennis said...

That looks positively delicious!! I love that cream cheese on the bottom...wow...I hear you on shopping too, somedays you just want to run someone down with your cart, some people act as if its there first visit to a supermarket...

Cheers
Dennis

Ingrid said...

I can see some very happy people in my house after baking some of that dip up!
~ingrid

Btw, hope your shopping went well!

Jenn said...

Oh my does that look and sound so good!! I'd like some with my coffee for breakfast, is that bad???

mr. pineapple man said...

this is a great recipe! might make it for game day!

Clements Family said...

I have never had that...it looks AMAZING! Perfect for game day, or any party food!

Foodessa said...

This is a fantastic idea...especially when supper is nowhere to be created any time soon. I'm feeling slightly lazy tonight...wish I had your dip ;o)

Ciao for now,
Claudia

(Nicole) The Very Hungry Caterpillar said...

mmmm love it. I want this now. I am out perusing for dinner ideas. Thanks for the nice comment on my cookies yesterday at the girl who ate everything. I am LOVING your blog.