Potato Pizza

Recipe by Axe1678

I can't remember where this came from. I think it may have been Women's Day magazine. It is truly unique and a creative savory alternative to regular pizza. We love it and consider it a special treat 2 or 3 times a year.

Top Review by CraftScout

What a delicious treat! This is definitely not an every week type of pizza, but when you afford the richness, this is something you have gotta try! I have made this twice now, once for the whole family (6 servings made in a rectangle on a baking sheet) and once just for me with the leftover ricotta (made much prettier and with more knowledge). The first time I used my mandoline to slice the potatoes, which was quick but even on my thinnest setting, the slices were too thick. The next time I used a knife which allowed me to slice the potato about 1/8" thick and this worked MUCH better. The potato crust cooked in the amount of time mentioned, and then held together as a crust much better than the first time.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. slice the potatoes as thin as you possibly can.
  2. in a bowl, combine the egg, salt and pepper.
  3. mix in the potato slices until they are all evenly coated.
  4. on a lightly oiled cookie sheet or pizza pan, layer the potato slices so that they overlap and cover the pan. This is your pizza crust.
  5. bake the potatoes at 350 for 10 minutes or until you see them start to lightly brown. Remove and let cool.
  6. In the mean time, saute the bacon until crisp and crumble into 'bacon bits'.
  7. Boil the spinach for 5-10 minutes, drain and let cool.
  8. Now it's time to make your pizza!
  9. First, layer the cooled potato 'crust' with the spinach.
  10. Now cover the spinach with the Ricotta cheese.
  11. Add the remainder of the ingredients in the order that suits you and bake in the oven at 350 for 10-15 minutes or until the mozzarella cheese has melted.
  12. Enjoy this unique, savory meal!

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