Fig & Brie Pizza with Caramelized Onions and Spinach


It’s Friday Night Pizza Night with T.W.O.!! This time, it wasn’t just us cooking in the kitchen – it was some of the most important women in our lives that helped us prepare this meal. Thank you to our Mom, Aunt and Sister In-Law who made this one of the best pizza making nights for the books!!! Soo – what was on the menu? Well, we had six different pizzas all made with what we had in the refrigerator. Yep, that’s right – there was no last minute rush to the market to get the ingredients. Today we are featuring the Fig & Brie Pizza with Caramelized Onions and Spinach. Check out how to make this mouth-watering, savory pizza.


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– Pizza Dough*
– Cornmeal
– Flour
– ¾ cup fig jam**
–  ¾ cup caramelized onions
– 6 slices brie cheese
– 2 cups spinach salad tossed in THIS dressing

*T.W.O. used pizza dough from Lucci’s Deli.
** The fig jam was homemade and jarred by our Aunt.


Preheat oven to 425ᴼF. Roll out the pizza dough on a floured/ cornmeal surface. Once the dough is evenly rolled out, transfer the dough to a greased cookie sheet. Next take the fig jam and spread it on the dough, making sure you reach all the edges. Sprinkle caramelized onions evenly on top of the fig jam.


Next add the slices of brie cheese to the top of the pizza. If you want your pizza to have more cheese, T.W.O. isn’t stopping you –go ahead!

Let the pizza rise for about 15 minutes. Note – you don’t want to put the pizza in a cold oven, so make sure your oven reaches 425ᴼF.Once the oven is ready, place the pizza in the oven and watch closely. Do not open the oven door, as you want to keep the heat in. The pizza will take 15-20 minutes. Once done, take the pizza out of the oven and let it sit for 5 minutes prior to cutting.


Add the salad to the top of your pizza and you our friend have the perfect pizza!

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Happy Friday Night Pizza!

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