Every few months, Taste of Home puts out a new magazine full of great recipes. My favorite are the Taste of Home 5 Ingredient magazines. I have 3 of them. They make it so easy to try a new recipe without having to round up a ton of new ingredients. This one is called the Big Kahuna Pizza.
I made it just a smidge different in that I cooked my own pork roast in the crock pot instead of purchasing the precooked pulled pork.
My local grocery store had a 1.5 pound pork roast on sale for $2.19 and that was a steal of a deal. So I drenched it in my favorite BBQ sauce and let it simmer on low for a few hours in the crock pot. Then I just shredded it up.
1. Start with a 12 inch precooked pizza crust. (You can make your own). Top it with shredded pork. About 16 oz will do the job. I drizzled some extra BBQ sauce on top, but not too much because I don’t like soggy pizza.
2. Top with a 15oz can of drained Pineapple chunks. I drained it and then patted it down with paper towels to make sure there was no extra juice to make the crust soggy. It gets juicier as you bake it.
This cheese is really the best. I have said it before. I usually buy generic in most all my groceries, but this cheese is so good……I justify it
3. Top that yummy looking pizza with 2 cup cheese. I like Mozzarella cheese, but you can use your favorite kind of cheese.
4. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Devour!
Big Kahuna Pizza
12 inch precooked pizza crust
16 oz cooked BBQ pulled pork
15 oz can pineapple chunks
2 cups shredded cheese
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