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I know, I know. It sounds weird. Well, guess what? It really IS weird! But I think it tastes great. And who can argue with the super fun color combination!

This is piggy-backed on what I did last week with the Chicken Curry Mini Pizza’s (I used the same pizza crust mix :)) and also is being posted in light of Linda’s, from The Gluten Free Homemaker, gluten free pizza challenge from this month.

Cranberry Pepper Mini Pizza’s


3 tbs chopped sweet onion
1/4 cup chopped sweet bell pepper
2 tbs dried cranberries
2 tsp pumpkin seeds
1 tbsp mayonnaise
Gluten free pizza crust (I use the Bob’s Red Mill mix)


Prepare the crust as instructed on the package.

Coarsely chop the sweet onion. I had a medium onion and used about 1/3rd of it. I had a large green bell pepper and used about 1/4 of it for the 4 pizza’s. Take the mayonnaise and spread it lightly on the 4 different crusts. Once you’ve done that, lay on the other ingredients as you choose.

Bake the crust, now with toppings, for an additional 12-14 minutes. Let cool and enjoy! This recipe makes topping for 4 mini pizza’s. (Use your left over pizza dough to make another creative style pizza, or Chicken Curry Mini Pizza’s! :D)


This recipe is linked to Seasonal Sundays, My Meatless Mondays, Midnight Madness Meatless Monday, Mouthwatering Monday, Just Another Meatless Monday, Tasty Tuesday, Tuesdays at the Table, Tuesday Night Supper Club, Slightly Indulgent Tuesday, Delicious Dishes, Real Food Wednesday, Full Plate Thursday, Recipe Swap Thursday, Pennywise Platter Thursday.

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11 Responses to Cranberry Pepper Mini Pizza’s

  1. I don’t think it’s weird at all! I’m totally going to try this :)

  2. You are so creative! I’m all about sweet and spicy together, so I think the flavors would work well.

  3. I don’t think it’s that weird and besides, you don’t actually know how it tastes till you try these things together! I saw a delicious looking leek and strawberry gallette the other day and didn’t even bat an eyelid :)

  4. angie says:

    love pizzas these are awesome

  5. It’s nice to broaden your horizons and try new things!

  6. Ellie says:

    not weird, they are creative!
    and look really yummy too!

  7. Christine says:

    That definitely is an interesting flavour combination, but I imagine that it tastes wonderful!

  8. Iris says:

    These look delicious Aubree! I personally love something sweet with my savory foods. Just out of curiosity, were you able to find dried cranberries without sugar? I’ve never been able to find any that are sweetened with anything other than sugar.

    • Hey Iris, thanks! I typically buy cranberries from a health food store near where I go to grad school and they bag unsweetened cranberries themselves. And although I typically get the unsweetened ones, but I do have a confession to make in that I sometimes will use the ‘sugary’ cranberries. They don’t give me a headache like most products with sugar do, so I let it slide… Let the stoning begin :/ ha! :)

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  10. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Aubree Cherie,
    Oh my, I just love your mini pizza’s! What a great combination of flavor with the pepper, cranberry and pumpkin seeds. I can’t wait to try this one I think I have just enough pumpkin seeds in my pantry. Thanks for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!

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