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F&Easy Peach and Prosciutto Pizza {Fresh & Easy}


Family dinners have come a long way from daily casseroles.  My kid has a really refined palate for a 6 year old, which I blame on stellar restaurants and my obsession with Pinterest.  She expects something unique, at least a couple nights a week, and always fresh, quality ingredients.  Believe me, she knows when I phone it in.  When I want to create a meal from scratch, I head to Fresh & Easy where I know I will get only top notch foods at an uninflated price.

My family is relocating back to our beloved Palm Springs, CA which is actually where I first fell in love with Fresh & Easy.  I found that I could stock both the fridge and pantry with just fresh&easy brand food… and I was better for it.  While there last, we had lunch at Matchbox, an insanely awesome pizza place (that is also in DC).  We shared a mission fig, prosciutto and arugula pizza that I knew I would have to recreate at home.  It had it all: sweet, salty and peppery.

At Fresh & Easy you will find the most delicious, fresh and ready to eat products to create any family meal.  I fell in love with the cute, in season peaches and decided to make a meal around them.  That is typically how I make my dinners… find the freshest, ripest in-season produce and then build on it.  Oh, you know my first thought was that delicately balanced pizza I had in Palm Springs.  The peaches seemed to be an excellent swap for the mission figs… oh.  I was right.

You can’t miss with quality, fresh ingredients…fneasy fresh & easy peach_and_prosciutto_pizza husvar_photo neil_husvar

You’re kidding me with this prosciutto, right?

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Not a fan of red pizza sauce, even the homemade kind, I prefer pizzas with a quality olive oil base.  Fresh & Easy has the most amazing olive oils, the Californian being my favorite.  Hands down.  The grassy notes are there.  Sometimes you read the “notes” on a bottle of wine or beer or olive oil and you think, “um, sure, whatever you say,” but the fresh&easy Californian really does have this grassy flavor.  I love to use it when popping popcorn kernels as well.  The flavor it imparts is magical.

So let’s get to this fneasy family fare, no?  How about a Peach and Prosciutto Pizza topped with arugula and a cracked black peppercorn honey?  um… yeah.  Everything you see here is fresh&easy brand from the pizza dough to the toppings and dressings.  It may look a little fancy but I assure you, it is easy!  A stretched premade dough, baked, topped with sliced peaches, fresh mozzarella and prosciutto… easy.

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fresh&easy Californian Olive Oil is brushed over the crust.  Cracked black peppercorns swimming in sweet, raw honey tops it all, giving the pizza an extra zing.  This combo will make you forget all about your red pizza sauce.fresh and easy peach_and_prosciutto_pizza husvar_photo

yummy drizzleness

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I really love the wrinkly skin these fresh peaches developed in the oven, not to mention the almost caramelized flavor the super ripe peaches find.  I stress super ripe.  I let my already ripe and in season peaches sit for another couple days til they were on the brink.  It pays off.

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This pizza was made possible by Fresh & Easy.  Find all of these ingredients at your local Fresh & Easy.  Save $5 off your next $20 purchase with this coupon!

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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8 Comments

  1. May 29, 2013 at 11:59 am — Reply

    That pizza looks delicious! I must say I have NEVER had a pizza without red sauce! HUm interesting!

  2. May 29, 2013 at 12:16 pm — Reply

    wow- gorgeous pizza . i’m allergic to peaches so i’d have to do something in place of them

    • May 29, 2013 at 12:19 pm — Reply

      Bummer!! I’d swap them for figs then… or nectarines. Yum.

  3. mel
    May 29, 2013 at 12:50 pm — Reply

    That pizza looks so good! YUM!

  4. May 29, 2013 at 12:52 pm — Reply

    That looks incredible. Must try!!

  5. May 29, 2013 at 1:05 pm — Reply

    This looks quick and easy, yet great tasting and so much better than frozen or takeout pizza!!

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