14 Reviews

OMG, this was fantastic! I just used a stupid Jiffy pizza crust mix, and followed the pizza directions to a T. My hubby thinks this is the best pizza he ever had. The only thing I would do differently is double the amount of sauce. It has a wonderful flavor, but after the pizza was baked you couldn't taste it so much because of all of the other toppings. If I could give it 10 stars I would!

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dedemiami September 19, 2010

Loved it! Only used 6 slices bacon but made as written. Great flavors together. Used thin crust recipe and baked 8 min. 425 then put on sauce, cheese to melt another 8 min. Great.

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adopt a greyhound February 01, 2014

Excellent pizza - definitely worth wrecking the diet for!!

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Ty's Kitchen September 03, 2013

I'm so glad we tried this recipe today, it was such a great lunch. I used my own crust and par baked it at 425 for 10 mins, topped it and baked it for an additional 12 or so. I only used 10 pieces of bacon and thought that was just right. We loved this and I'll be making it again. Thanks so much for posting this recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview July 09, 2011

Made as instructed and was not disappointed. The interesting blend of flavors and textures was oh so pleasing to mine and my husband's mouths. This is a definite repeat.

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dorisfarrar June 19, 2011

We really liked this overall, but didn't really care for the basil flavor in the mayo mixture. Next time I think I'll just use plain 'ol mayo. Very good recipe though. Thanks for posting :)

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Shelby Jo November 16, 2010

I'm at a crossroads with my pizza compass. It points east, but tastes like something out the west. A most unique and delicious combo. Made for PRMR.

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gailanng October 14, 2010

Wow, this was GREAT! I used Pizza Dough for Thin Crust Pizza (only I make 1 crust instead of 2 thin crusts), 6 slices of bacon, and all mozzarella, and no lettuce (out of both cheddar and lettuce and no time to run to the store!). Also, before baking, I topped the cheese with about half of the sliced tomatoes, and that gave such a nice, deep flavor as they roasted nicely. Yum! I will definitely make this again -- thanks for posting SweetsLady! :)

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unmistakable1 August 18, 2008

This is a good take-off on a classic sandwich. I didn't have a pizza crust or the time to make a yeast one so I used a flour tortilla. I put a little oil on it and put it under broiler until browned on each side. Then I followed ingredients per recipe except for I only had mozz cheese. The mayonnaise mixture is a little like a pesto. I cut up my tomatoes. I put the pizza in the oven until cheese was melted for about 10-15 minutes @300 degrees F. Made for 1,2,3 Hit wonders.

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Lavender Lynn August 04, 2008

Even an ordinary BLT is comfort food for me & there is nothing ordinary about this take on the BLT genre. I made the *heart of your recipe* exactly as written using what Iceland calls *pizzaostur* (aka pizza cheese ~ a shredded blend of mozzarella + cheddar) & a cos lettuce that is usually more white than green here. The mayo/herb misture is inspired & the chill time critical for the maximum flavor. The only real chg I made was to assemble the pizzas on pita bread which I often do as we like it, it makes ideal mini-pizzas & I have never seen prepared pizza crust in any store here! This was so good, so easy-to-fix & so sure to be repeated. Made for the *Pet Parade* event & thx for sharing your recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis July 20, 2008
BLT Pizza