This is not your mama's Roasted Butternut Squash Pizza. Wait, does she even have one?
You know what the best thing about fall is? Eating pizza. Actually, that's the best thing about anything, but whatever.
THIS pizza is specifically designed for fall though, with a roasted butternut squash puree, roasted sweet potatoes, crispy torn kale and 15 million buckets of awesome Manchego cheese.
Have you ever had Manchego cheese? Dudes. Do it. You don't even know. But if you eat it then you will know. And I want you to know. Knowing is good stuff.This recipe
calls for two whole pizzas (even though I'm only showing four slices) because I was imagining game day parties. And you can basically slice them as big or as small as you want. Whatever makes you do the hokey pokey.
And we know how I feel about the hokey pokey.
All right! Start by dicing up a big sweet pertater. Toss it with a little oil, cumin and cayenne. Done.
Then dice up a medium-sized butternut squash. Or get someone else to do it. I'm a sissy. Toss it with a little oil, cinnamon and sugar. Oh yeah, bebe.
Chop up some kale.
Oh! Okay, so after the squash and potatoes roast, transfer the squash to a food processor. Add a little milk and pureeeeee it up.
Then unroll your pizza dough and give her a good slice.
After parbaking, spread some of the yummy squash puree on each square, and top with sweet potatoes, kale and the manchego cheese. Ugh. So good.
And bam. This is what you get. It almost makes me mad how yum to the tum it is. (Sorry for saying yum to the tum just now.)
Game day, party of . . . one?
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