Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

We used to go to a pizza place in Georgia that served a taco pizza. This is my version. It is different, but really a nice blend of the two. Prep time is if crust is pre-made.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Brown ground beef, drain fat, add taco seasoning and water, mix well and set aside to cool.
  2. Mix taco sauce and pizza sauce together.
  3. Spread sauce on crust.
  4. Top sauce with"taco meat", any optional ingredients desired, cheddar cheese.
  5. Keep in mind you will add more cheese when it is done.
  6. Bake@ 425° until crust is browned and cheese is bubbly.
  7. Top with a light bed of shredded lettuce.
  8. Sprinkle with cheese, arrange onion and tomato slices.
  9. Dot with sour cream and drizzle with taco sauce.
  10. If you desire add black olives for appearance.
Most Helpful

I made serveral changes to this recipe but it was great! I used a canned pizza crust and then used enchilada sauce instead of pizza sauce and taco sauce. Which tasted awesome! Browned taco seasoned ground turkey with a chopped chipolte chili and added jalepeno refried beans once the meat was cooked. I added the cheese, put it back in the oven to melt the cheese and then added the lettuce, tomato, onion etc. I also used sliced jalepenos and topped it all off with green chili with pork...omg...the kids scarffed it down! Great starter recipe. A real keeper in our house.

Ashleigh12 January 13, 2010

YUM! I made some changes to suit us but followed your general recipe. I used 1lb. ground turkey and seasoned according to the meat amount. I added chicken broth while cooking the meat. I knew it was going to be cooked twice so I wanted it really moist to keep it from drying out. I did leave out the pizza sauce (personal pref) but the taco sauce was right on. Now our regular pizza has some competition. I will make this again. It's also a nice change from tacos all the time. Best to eat it all at one sitting since taco toppings don't reheat well. It wasn't a problem for us ;)

jrusk April 10, 2009

I also cooked my crust on the grill (one side and flip, add sauce, meat, and cheese to melt). This was delicious and very attractive with the lettuce/tomato. Thanks SwoR, for posting. Roxygirl

Roxygirl in Colorado August 13, 2008