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Excellent tasting pizza. I used a homemade pizza dough which worked fine. I added chopped artichoke hearts and black olives to the toppings and WOW was it good! Not a better pizza around than this one. Thanks for sharing it!

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FriendlyChefy September 04, 2008

This was okay. Surprisingly, my kids ate it without complaining about the "green stuff" on their pizza. :) Although, they didn't ask for a second slice and were hungry again later on in the evening. My husband did not like this and I thought it was average.

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5hungrykids April 19, 2010

Very yummy! I went to the heavier side of the sauce, and next time will go with the lower end. I also added some diced cooked chicken I had leftover from another meal...delish!

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Cook4_6 January 11, 2010

Really good pizza! I followed the directions & added chicken, black olives, fresh mushrooms, and cherry tomatoes and then a generous sprinkle of evoo - extra yummy!

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Pineapple March 19, 2009

Great pizza and one that I will make again. The whole family really liked it!

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MichelliBelli January 29, 2009

My husband and I enjoyed this pizza tonight. I added some chicken to mine and will definitely be making this again. So Good!!!

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chris_tam November 23, 2008

Thought this would be similar to Papa John's Spinach Alfredo pizza but it's MUCH better! We used Classico Roasted Red Pepper Alfredo sauce which only has five grams of fat for a quarter cup and baked it at 450 degrees for 10 minutes.

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FLKeysJen October 07, 2007

This was very good. I tweaked it a bit. I roasted some garlic and used it as a spread at the base of the pizza. I then put alfredo sauce on top (careful not to over do it or it will get a bit too messy and too alfredo-y). Then the spinach and some coarsely chopped red onion, topped it with the two kinda of cheese and then threw on a bit of grated romano for good measure. Thanks for posting. This is a great base recipe that can be played with. (Next time I'm gonna throw on some dried tomatoes and then maybe some fresh tomatoes. Chicken would be yummy with this too.)

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Dmar 311 July 18, 2007

Very good. Would like to add some chicken in this.

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Lizardcakes January 03, 2007

Perfect alfredo pizza! I followed your direction of using Classico sauce. It was very tasty! I got a little carried away with the mozzarella and then baked it for too long (I was reading the dough recipe I was using, it called for 20 mintues with toppings) but it still turned out great! This will be put into my regular rotation. Thanks Miss Diggy!

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Hadice February 20, 2006
The Best Spinach Alfredo Pizza Ever