Pear Walnut and Almond Feta Pizza

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By now, you probably know that Daiya vegan cheese makes an excellent classic pizza. You might have even made one yourself. But what about those specialty pizzas that better restaurants are so fond of? Well, I’ve got you covered. This almond feta recipe, that I first made for a pasta salad, is wonderful on pizza. It’s perfect anytime that you suspect Daiya is just a little too creamy/processed-cheesy and you need a more complex flavor.This pear and walnut pizza has an amazing sweet-salty vibe. I think it’s better than anything you could get in a restaurant, but maybe I’m just biased.This goes out to this week’s Hearth ‘n’ Soul blog hop.

Pear Walnut and Almond Feta Pizza
If your almond feta won’t crumble, you can spread it on the crust before adding the other toppings.

I only made half of this, but wrote it up as 8-10 servings for simplicity’s sake. 1 recipe Best Ever Pizza Crust (8 crusts), prepared
olive oil
8 Bartlett pears
1 cup walnut halves, chopped
1 recipe Almond Feta with Herbed Oil

Preheat oven to 450 F. Brush olive oil lightly over the crusts. Peel, core, and thinly slice pears. Top crusts with pear slices in a single layer. Distribute walnuts on top. Crumble almond feta and spoon over the walnuts. Bake until heated through, 4-5 minutes.

Serves 8-10

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9 Responses

  1. Hi Claire,

    I came over to find your email, but got distracted by this pizza. Mmmmmmmmm! It is not helping my empty tum. Just spent ages cooking the baby a lovely meal, but nothing for us. This would go down just lovely!

    Anyway back to the email. Could you email me at tinnedtomatoes@googlemail.com. I have an idea for you and want to ask a favour.

    Jac
    xx

  2. mmm i love pear on pizza!

  3. I had no idea you could make feta like that! What a great pizza recipe! And I like the combination of pear and walnuts too :)

  4. Oh, I can almost taste the sweet ‘n salty combo…which I absolutely love, too…my mouth is watering 😀 This is the second time recently that I’ve heard of nuts to make a cheese-substitute…and I can’t wait to go check that recipe out. Thanks you so much for sharing this with the hearth and soul hop this week 😀

  5. This looks delicious!!!

  6. I’d never have considered pear on pizza! I need to 1.) Start making Pizza at home; and 2.) start getting creative with pizza. There are so many possibilities!

    I’m your newest follower! And, I’m also hosting a CSN giveaway this week — hope you’ll check it out!

  7. Hi Claire, I want to welcome you personally to the hearth and soul hop! I am now following your blog. As a former raw vegan, almond based cheeses were a mainstay of my diet and I can attest to the fact that they really are delicious! I love your sweet and salty pizza idea! All the best. Alex@amoderatelife

  8. Thanks everybody!

    **runs off to check out Erin and Alex’s blogs**

  9. Hi Claire – what a delicious sounding pizza – I love sweet and salty combos – I didn’t know you could make cheese from nuts – how amazing! Thanks for sharing this with the hearth and soul hop!

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