Confession #54- I dropped my little girl off for her first day of Kindergarten last week. I was sobbing so hard when she got out of the car, I could barely say goodbye, I didn’t get a picture, and I drove only a minute before pulling over because I couldn’t see through my tears.
My mom was with me, and when I stopped the car, she walked to a nearby farm stand and bought me fresh veggies, flowers, and fruit like the good momma she is.
That afternoon when my youngest was napping, my house felt so still. So quiet. I missed the noise.
And so I distracted myself the best way I know how. I opened the bag of fresh peaches from my mom and went to work on a pizza I’ve been dreaming about trying.
This pizza was perfect – bright and happy, like my sweet girl. But comforting, too, which was just what I needed. And although I ate the whole thing alone, this would make an amazing flat bread/bruschetta type appetizer for your next party.
I finished my last bite and, before I knew it, my little guy was up, bouncing around the crib, yelling for his momma. And then it was time to wait at the bus stop. Which, I have to admit, is actually really fun and one of the highlights of my day now.
I know you are here for the recipe, but in case anyone cares, on day two I made it through the drop off and all the way home without any tears.
And I knew exactly what to have for lunch 🙂
Peachy Goat Cheese Flatout Pizza
- 1 Flatout Wrap
- 2 1/2 tablespoons goat cheese I used honey goat cheese. To die for!
- 1 peach sliced
- 1/4 red onion sliced
- 1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
- 1/4 cup arugula
- Preheat your oven to 375
- Marinate the onion and peaches in the balsamic vinegar
- Spray your Flatout crust with olive oil spray and sprinkle it with some Himalayan salt. I also cut mine into triangles before baking to feel more like a bruschetta.
- Bake the crust for 4 minutes or until it begins to crisp
- Spread the goat cheese on the crust first, then top with peaches and onions. I didn't drizzle any of the balsamic on with it, but you certainly could!
- Bake for another 4 minutes or so, until crust is golden and cheese warms through.
- Remove from the oven and top with arugula. Enjoy!
Just made this today…Delicious! Love the Flat-Outs too! Thank you.
Yay!!! Great use of seasonal fruit!!! <3 <3
Can you give the container meaurememnts? All I can see is question marks beside the breakdown.
This sounds yummy and would like to give it a try.
Yes! Sorry – it’s all set now!
LOVED IT! Another awesome recipe. Making this again for lunch tomorrow 🙂
Yay! I am so happy you liked it! I think I could eat this combination every day :).
What is a Flatout Wrap? Other options in case I cannot find here?
Check out this link! http://www.flatoutbread.com/
And, yes – you can use any kind of wrap or whole grain flatbread!