Bacon and Brussels Sprouts Pizza Recipe

I'm so excited about this Bacon and Brussels Sprouts Pizza recipe! And that's because my family was freaking out with enjoyment when I made it.
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This post is the first of five in our baking series. Look for more savory and sweet baked recipes in the next couple of months – perfect for the season!

I’m so excited about this Bacon and Brussels Sprouts Pizza recipe! And that’s because my family was freaking out with enjoyment when I made it last week. My older daughter kept saying, “Why haven’t you made this before?” There’s nothing better than two thumbs up from everyone at the table on a simple and wholesome weeknight meal!  You will also love these Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts!

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  1. Hello Lisa! I am a huge fan of your nutrition philosophy and website. Unfortunately, my diet is extremely limited due to my inability to consume gluten or dairy (and i’m sensitive to things with soy as a primary ingredient such as Tofu or Soy Milk). I understand the easiest way to get around this is to eat grains that are “naturally” gluten free such as brown rice or snacks such as fruits with nut butter, etc. I am looking for the best next options on the market in terms of Gluten Free and Dairy Free that have an ingredient list that is clean. I have various digestive issues so sometimes it can be hard finding things that agree with my system that don’t have various GUMS, etc, which seem to often aggravate my system. Ideally, making your own is great….and i’m totally open to and thankful for recipes but I’m also looking for ideas the best —store bought breads, healthy packaged snacks, dairy free substitutes (for things such as cheese, milk, etc.) for when I’m wanting something more convenient. If you have any suggestions, I would highly appreciate it!!! Thank-you SO much.

  2. Wow, if that isn’t inspiring I don’t know what is. I usually don’t experiment a lot with pizza – the boys prefer the classic version. But my girlfriends will come over this Saturday and they all love to experiment in the kitchen. I will impress them with this one, cross your fingers!

  3. Man, that looks delicious. I’ve never even thought about putting brussels sprouts on pizza. So different! Did you cut the sprouts in half, or just leave them whole? I’ve also never heard of Simple Mills, but I want to give them a try. I’m always on the lookout for clean and easy mixes. Thanks for the great ideas!