Bakin’ With Bacon and the King!


Happy Bacon Recipe Day!

Welcome to Castle Baconia where I – your King – will share yet another fantabulous (yes that’s a word) recipe with you – something that’s not tough to make but maybe something you haven’t THOUGHT about making before – a PIZZA!

Yep – who doesn’t like pizza?   The Royal Mom and Dad here sometimes have problems with tomato sauce (burp….oops) and so this one is JUST for them.   Besides, Mom loves spinach and alfredo so you can’t go wrong when you also add bacon right?



1 package refrigerated classic crust pizza dough (I use Pillsburys but there are a LOT of them out there!)
1/3 cup Alfredo pasta sauce
4 green onions, thinly sliced, white and green parts separated
3 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 1/2 cups baby spinach leaves (slightly packed)
1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (6 oz)
1/2 cup chopped cooked bacon (or more – I used 3/4 cup and probably could have used MORE than that!!!!!)

A note for those who can’t eat bacon or “shouldn’t” eat it – this recipe is VERY tasty without  bacon in it…….just thought you’d like to know that!!


Heat oven to 400°F for nonstick sheet pan (425°F for all other pan types). Place oven rack in low position. Unroll dough with oven-safe parchment paper onto ungreased large cookie sheet (dough bakes on paper). Nonstick parchment paper will brown during baking.

Spread Alfredo sauce evenly over dough. Top with green onion whites and garlic.  Top sauce with spinach, cheese and bacon.

Bake 17 to 22 minutes or until bottom of crust is golden brown. Top with green onion greens.


Don’t forget this about Santa – and just for the record – CHRISTMAS IS JUST OVER THREE MONTHS AWAY!!!!!!   Better start stocking up on your bacon supply!

Oh it’s good to be King – and it’s good to share some bacon fun on Saturdays!   Now if you’ll excuse me – I believe it’s time for the Royal Nap…………..


26 responses »

  1. This sounds delicious! I used to make a pizza like this with Ragu Traditional Pizza Quick Sauce and fresh baby spinach and I thought that was where you were going! I used a Mama Mary’s thin crust. This would be fun to do today. Haven’t ever used a Pillsbury Pizza dough so that would be a fun change. Yep, I think we will give this a spin! Have a very nice Saturday, Bacon King Teddy Bean!


    • Yep – my Mom has made pizzas with pizza sauce and the pre-made crusts BUTTTTT this was just too easy to pass up and both my Mom and Dad like alfredo sauce – so this was perfect!!! And if you’re a lover of spinach already – well, that’s IT! Bacon is just the icing on the cake (or pizza!).

      Hugs, Teddy

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  2. That looks yummy! I think I would use broccoli instead of spinach, but either way would be tasty. Thanks for hosting. Have a great day! XO


  3. This looks like another winner, Teddy. Mom loves spinach on pizza, and, of course, you can’t go wrong with bacon. Looks as if you will have a great weekend for outside time. Enjoy! XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer


  4. That sounds good! I am with Miss Ellen and would substitute broccoli as I am not a spinach lover. I have a confession! I bought a small tub of ready cooked finely chopped bacon so I can still have it, but just a small amount. That surely can’t hurt, but I’m not telling my doctor.


    • Mecca is always FIRST with Christmas stuff here………….I think Home Depot has some stuff out too but everywhere ELSE it’s Halloween decorations. Jeez Louise – as if time isn’t passing fast enough as it is – we’ve got the world pushing us forward at lightning speed!


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