Whole Wheat Goat cheese fig arugula pizza

At last I get to post this amazing whole wheat goat cheese fig arugula pizza recipe. I actually made this last week and it was out of this world. I haven’t had a chance to incorporate figs into cooking much but dessert recipes so I figured, why not added it to pizza?

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I think this is one of my favorite combos. Granted I have made quite a few pizza recipes before and I like pretty much all of them that I have made but this one was so different and tasty….truly a winner!!

I used to make my own pizza dough before but with the time constraints from being in school I tend to buy whole wheat pizza dough already made. It is actually not bad at all but I can’t wait when I have more time so that I can really spend more time in the kitchen and make my own.

On another note, I have just finished rotation number 4 of Physician Assistant school, which I am pretty proud of myself for. It is extremely hard for me because I have a family and my own business to take care off so trying to do everything all at once it is pretty stressful. I just can’t wait to be done with school….7 more months.

So this weekend, to celebrate finishing my 4 rotation I spent most of my time in the kitchen cooking up a storm, besides trying to catch up on working out too though. I have a few recipes that I have coming up that I can’t wait to share with you guys. Lots of salads and some healthy sweets.

Anyways, I hope you get to make this amazing whole wheat goat cheese fig arugula pizza recipe. The balsamic reduction I actually made myself this time. I couldn’t believe how easy it was so next time I make more I for sure will quadruple the batch.

Until my next recipe,

Enjoy!

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Whole Wheat Goat cheese fig arugula pizza

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 4 servings

Total Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients:

Directions:

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees F.

To roll the pizza dough, sprinkle some flour on your work surface where you will roll out the pizza. With a rolling pin roll out the dough and transfer the rolled dough onto the pizza stone, or baking sheet previously lined with unbleached parchment paper or any other pizza baking tray you are using.

Spread the shredded Asiago cheese over the pizza dough followed by the goat cheese. Arrange the figs and sprinkle the salt and pepper flakes if using. Bake for 16-18 minutes or until golden.

Once the pizza is baked, arranged the arugula and drizzle the balsamic vinegar reduction over it. Serve immediately.

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17 comments

  1. Hi Miryam,
    Thanks for the helpful emails. I need to ask what exactly is ‘goat cheese’ ? Is it like ricotta ?
    Also, I make a sandwich with soft cream cheese, sprouts and sweet chutney, delish !

  2. ps: Another sandwich that is made by a local restaurant, and I’ve made at home with the same delicious results is a grilled cheese using BRIE , with thinly sliced tart apples like granny smiths or crisps and a fig spread on the bread…so good

  3. This looks like a great sandwich, and the avocado has an amazing contribution.

  4. I love everything about this sandwich! You had me at avocado and goat cheese! We go through avocados like crazy in our house!

  5. What a great, healthy sandwich! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Such a perfect sandwich! GOAT CHEESE!!!!

  7. I love everything about this! Thank you for the heart health info!

  8. Your photos are gorgeous, as usual! Whenever I can get my hands on some good avocados, I start my day off with eggs and half of an avocado – my favorite. This sandwich has such a fantastic mix of flavors!

  9. you didn’t include the egg whites in the instructions…What do I do with them if I choose to use them?!?!?!?!

  10. What are you supposed to do with the egg whites? I didn’t see it in the directions. Thanks!

  11. Hi there! I was wondering if it would work ok with cold goat cheese. Is there any particular reason it needs to be at room temperature?

  12. The floor sandwich looks gorgeous! It’s like I can imagine the cheese and avocado taste melting in my mouth with one bite xD So tasty <3
    – Natalie Ellis

  13. As someone who struggles with weight, these sandwiches look so tasty, and are simple to make! Thank you for showing some tasty sandwich recipes, because I am someone who needs my food to be tasty before I would even consider eating it.

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