Kitchen Sink Pizza

Sometimes it seems like you have nothing in your kitchen, despite doing a big grocery shop only a few days ago. Today was one of those days. However, knowing I had a bit of pizza dough in the freezer, I have a belief that just about anything can go on a pizza, and sometimes the kitchen sink or back of the fridge pizzas are the best ones. Simplicity and balance are key, here. Too many competing flavours and your pizza gets too crazy – too much and it’s just wacky.


To me, this pizza is very French. Cheezy, oniony, and delicious. You probably have the majority of these items in your fridge – but if you don’t, you should! These items are leftovers from other recipes I’ve made this week, and the recipe is not limited to the ingredients list below. Use whatever cheese you have, do raw onions instead of caramelized, etc.

This pizza can be made in less than 30 minutes, so it’s perfect for a quick and easy lunch or dinner. Pair it with a fresh salad for a light and meat-free meal, perfect for Meatless Monday!



PREP TIME: 5 minutes
ACTIVE TIME: 15 minutes
TOTAL TIME: 20 minutes
YIELDS: 1 pizza


  • 1 ball of Mom’s Pizza Dough (half the recipe)
  • 1 red onion
  • pinch of sugar
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 oz goat cheese
  • 150 g bleu cheese
  • salt + pepper
  • fresh basil, julienned
  • balsamic reduction to drizzle


  1. Preheat your oven to 425° F. Slice your onion into half-moons, and in a pan over medium heat, drizzle your olive oil. Add the onions and sugar, and slowly caramelize until evenly browned.
  2. Roll out your dough on parchment paper or your pizza pan. Crumble your bleu cheese. Add your onions and salt and pepper. Bake for 15 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the crust is golden.
  3. Upon removal, crumble goat cheese, add basil, and drizzle the balsamic reduction. Enjoy!

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