When you’re craving pizza but need an easy and quick dinner, make one of these homemade flatbread pizza recipes! Use store-bought or homemade flatbread, add your toppings, and bake. In just 15 minutes you will have a delicious meal or appetizer ready to devour.
There truly might not be anything better than a quick, easy dinner recipe that checks all the boxes after a long day. This is precisely why I am obsessed with making flatbread pizzas.
Many moons ago, I started using store-bought naan as the base for homemade pizza. Hello, so easy, so versatile, and so quick!
Throughout the years I started using my own flatbread pizza dough recipe to take it up a notch. And when I’m really on top of my game, I keep some in the freezer for when I need a quick fix.
Whether you use store-bought flatbread or make your own, the pizza is gonna be delicious! At the end of the day, you’ll have a 15-minute meal (or appetizer) for yourself or your family.
Make one, make a dozen, there’s no limit because we’re simply assembling, and baking!
Each one of these recipes is also vegetarian, but meat-eaters never fear, you won’t be missing out on a thing! If you must, you can always add any toppings you like, such as pepperoni or sausage. Be sure to check out the list of topping ideas below, too!
Looking for gluten-free? You can swap in a gluten-free flatbread for the base! The beauty of customizing your own pizza, friends.
Now, let’s see what flatbreads we have in store!
Flatbread Pizza Dough
First things first, you can make your own homemade naan flatbread and top it however you desire!
Check out the full post for details on baking the dough with toppings, or for cooking it as you would naan before making simple flatbread pizza.
Vegetarian Flatbread Pizza Recipes
These flatbread pizza recipes can be made on store-bought naan or homemade flatbread.
Flatbread Pizza Topping Ideas
While those recipes are absolutely delicious, there truly is no limit to the pizzas you can make. Add your preferred sauce, top with your favorite pizza toppings, and lots of cheese, and away you go!
There are a lot of tips and tricks to make flatbread pizza crispy (spoiler: a lot of it comes down to not over-topping). Read all about them and more in the basic flatbread post.
Here are a few additional topping ideas!
- Classic pepperoni or sausage. You’ll need to be sure you cook the sausage first.
- Caramelized onions, goat cheese, and arugula or basil
- Roasted Red Peppers and Feta
- Roasted Tomatoes, Broccoli, or Zucchini
- Roasted Garlic
- Jalapenos and Honey
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Flatbread Pizza Recipes: Grilled Corn, Burrata, and Pesto Flatbread
Grill or Grill Pan Instructions:
- Heat grill/grill pan over medium heat. Lightly brush olive oil (or another oil of choice) across the ear of corn. Place the cob on the heated grill pan and cook for 1-2 minutes on each side, rotating it as the corn becomes slightly charred on each side. Remove and let cool slightly. Slice off kernels.
- Lightly brush the naan breads with olive oil on each side. Place it face down on the grill, flipping when grill marks appear, approximately 2-3 minutes.
- Once flipped (with top side facing up), spread on the pesto, add the tomato slices, corn kernels, burrata, and the shallot evenly distributed between the two pizzas.
- Cover and let cook for 4-6 minutes until burrata is melted. Garnish with basil, flakey salt, and red pepper flakes as desired.
- Heat a grill pan over medium-high heat. Lightly brush olive oil (or another oil of choice) across the ear of corn. Place the cob on the heated grill pan cook for 1-2 minutes on each side, rotating it as the corn becomes slightly charred on each side. Remove and let cool slightly. Slice off kernels. If you don't have a grill pan either, you can skip this step and just slice the kernels off of the ear of corn.
- Preheat oven to 375°F (you can do this with a pizza stone inside if desired).
- Take your naan flatbreads and spread pesto evenly between the two. Add the tomato slices, corn kernels, burrata, and the shallot evenly distributed between the two pizzas.
- Place the pizzas on a baking sheet or a heated pizza stone and bake for 12-15 minutes until edges are golden brown and the cheese has melted. Garnish with basil, flakey salt, and red pepper flakes as desired.
Disclaimer: The nutritional information provided for this recipe is only an estimate. The accuracy of the facts listed is not and cannot be guaranteed.