Greek French Bread Pizza



I mean.  Greek food is flawless.  Especially with a giant loaf of French bread.  A match baked in food heaven!  This meal takes probably 15 minutes to prepare and complete.  I’m a fan because a lot of times I come home from work just wishing something would appear from food heaven.  I know food heaven exists, but sometimes it’s just hard to believe when a perfectly prepared meal does not show up in front of you from out of nowhere.  

Wait…what on earth am I talking about?  A girl can dream about weird things.  But 15 minutes for dinner?  Just about as good as it gets for a busy bee like you and me. Image


It’s hard to always put a specific measurement for pizza toppings, so I’m giving you what you need.  


Greek French Bread Pizza 

Adapted from Shutterbean (as usual)

Makes 4 personal pizzas (I used a large loaf)


1 large loaf of french bread, big enough for 4 servings

Extra virgin olive oil

Mozzarella cheese

A small handful of spinach

Marinated artichoke hearts

Sun dried tomatoes, drained from oil

1 thinly sliced shallot

Pinch of dried oregano

Pinch of dried basil

Feta crumbles

Crushed red pepper flakes, optional


Preheat oven to 400 degrees.  Slice french bread in half and then slice again to make 4 even segments.  Drizzle olive oil over bread and bake for roughly 10 minutes until golden brown and crisp.  Remove bread.  

Evenly spread a thin layer of mozzarella on each piece of bread.  Then place a few spinach leaves, followed by 3 or so artichoke hearts, followed by several sun dried tomatoes.  Sprinkle oregano and basil evenly.  Split the shallot evenly over the slices.  Finally, add another thin layer of mozzarella and a sprinkle of feta on top of all the slices. 

Broil the pizza for 3-4 minutes until nicely melted and crisp. 



With love, 





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