Goats Cheese and Caramelized Onion Pizza Recipe

As Christmas is approaching, everybody is preparing themselves for a food overload at the dinner table. This pizza recipe is perfect as a sharing dish for anyone who wants a more non-traditional Christmas lunch this year and is also brilliant for those days in between Christmas and New Year when cooking anything too time consuming is really off the menu. If you find yourself fed up of cooking at any time of the year though, there’s always the option to treat yourself to a takeout pizza instead – US readers can find a local menu here and any UK readers, click here. And if you run your own pizza shop and are looking for ways to revolutionize your menu, then this Goats cheese and caramelized onion pizza recipe will do wonders. And if that isn’t enough to help your business than you need some marketing ideas for pizza owners. As for me, sometimes, I just can’t resist the ease of a tasty takeout pizza and Christmastime relaxation is the perfect excuse – why should I do all the cooking, after all?!

Goats Cheese & Caramelized Onion Pizza Recipe

If you do want to try the recipe out at home though, here’s everything you’ll need.


1 10-inch flat bread or small pizza crust

1 medium onion cut into rings

3 ounces of goat’s cheese

Olive oil or butter for sautéing

1-2 teaspoons milk

Basil (optional)

Salt and pepper to season



  1. Preheat the oven to 400F and place a rack on the middle shelf
  2. Sautee onions in olive oil and butter over medium heat until soft. Season with salt and pepper and cover in order to retain moisture
  3. Brush flatbread with olive oil, place on a baking sheet and pre-bake until crisp for about 5 minutes
  4. While this is cooking, put the goats cheese into a bowl and add some milk or water so that it becomes spreadable. Whisk until smooth.
  5. Remove flatbread from oven and spread goats cheese and onion over the top. You can leave some of the onions if you don’t want to include them all.
  6. Place back in the oven and bake for 10 minutes or until the edges become crisp and the onions and goats cheese have warmed through.
  7. Slice and serve with your desired toppings. Try out basil or a balsamic dressing.


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