Hawaiian Pizza

Hawaiian Pizza

This Hawaiian Pizza combines the perfect crust, King Sue Bacon and Sweet Ham , and Dole Pineapple Tidbits to make the perfect Summer pizza.

Hawaiian Pizza

There are days when I don’t feel like moving at all. I feel that if I just move an inch and burn a single calorie I would instantly burst into spontaneous human combustion. Yeah, that is how hot I feel these days.

I know I’m probably not alone. There are two consecutive days when the temperature here in the country was predicted to be 40º.

And I’m pregnant. So I’m pretty sure that I feel double the amount of heat that you feel.

With the blazing hot Summer sun plus the heaviest bump of all time, I sometimes get the urge of not cooking (well, not do anything at all) and just lie in bed inside an air conditioned room all day everyday. But the bills will pile up and I won’t get any of my work done. Plus my family would surely miss my cooking….

Hawaiian Pizza

So what I decided to do from this day onwards, until after I give birth, is to cook only meals that are easy to do. Thanks to King Sue Ham for sending over bacon, ham, sausages, and tocino. They are a big help to me in the kitchen. I didn’t have to go to the grocery anymore and they are soooo delicious!

Hawaiian Pizza

Today, lunch was Hawaiian Pizza made with ready-made pizza crust, King Sue Sweet ham and Bacon, Dole Pineapple Tidbits, Mozzarella and Cheddar cheese, and Dole Spaghetti Sauce Sweet Style in Butter Cream which makes for a great substitute for pizza sauce.

This is what my pizza looks like before it went in the oven…

Hawaiian Pizza

Ykaie made her own pizza too! She enjoys cooking as much as I do. She prefers the thin crust, though, while I prefer the thicker one as I like the feeling of sinking my teeth over warm, soft, and chewy dough.

Tadah! It was such a satisfying lunch. Ykaie wanted to create more homemade pizzas and she wants Pepperoni next time.

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Hawaiian Pizza

  • Author: Peachy Adarne

Ingredients

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  • Ready Made Pizza Crust, I used Village Gourmet Personal Super Thin and Thick Crust
  • 1 cup pizza sauce or more depending on how much you like (you can use homemade or store bought)
  • 1 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 2 slices King Sue Sweet Ham, sliced or chopped
  • 500g King Sue Bacon, sliced or chopped then cooked
  • 1 432g can of DOLE Pineapple Tidbits. drained

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 200ºC (390ºF).
  2. Top your pizza crust with Pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese, chedddar cheese, Sweet Ham, and Bacon.
  3. Bake in the oven for 5 minutes or until the crust is lightly browned and the cheese is bubbling.
  4. Serve with hot sauce or extra bacon on the side.

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123 Responses

  1. I use to make pandesal pizza decades ago but due to my hectic sched nowadays, i don’t get to do it anymore.
    Thanks for reminding that i could pick out these recipes in the grocery store.

  2. You had me at Bacon here. That’s my favorite ingredients for Pizza. This one taste extra special with the variety of meat toppings and pineapple.

  3. The pizza looks so yummy especially because of the mozzarella cheese! I understand you about this heat in our country. I have to turn on the AC all afternoon or else I will be drenched in sweat inside my own room.

  4. The first picture made me water my mouth and now i have to find pizza.
    I’ll be checking back for the recipe. Thanks for sharing!

  5. You should train someone to cook too so you will not carry all the burden. Wow that nice, who’s King Sue Ham anyway? Even though it’s simple, it still looks appetizing.

  6. Ate Peachy, thank you for sharing this! I always pass by these ingredients in the supermarket but don’t pay much attention because I honestly don’t know how or where to use them (still have to learn a lot about cooking). Now that you’ve given a recipe and shown the ingredients, in my next grocery, I will definitely try this out! 🙂

  7. *Drool* You are just awesome making this one! I love the pineapples in this — looks so succulent and perfect for the summer 🙂 5 stars!

  8. Kids love pizza but more than that they love making their own! I’ve made a couple homemade pizzas but this by far looks way more tasty than mine!

  9. It’s crazy because I’m the BIGGEST pineapple lover but it took me YEARS to finally get use to Hawaiian Pizza. I love that you made this yourself! Homemade pizza is the best <3

  10. I love that you added bacon to your pizza. Around here a Hawaiian pizza is ham and pineapples only – no bacon. It sounds amazing.

  11. That looks good! Sana kapitbahay kita hehe Seriously if I am out of ideas on what to cook, I always go to this blog 🙂

  12. I love Hawaiian Pizza because it is sweet and salty! Just bought Dole’s Spaghetti Sauce, so I think we can try this out for merienda over the weekend.

  13. That’s a great looking Hawaiian pizza. And I remember being overly hot in the summer while expecting. Feel for ya!

  14. My son’s favorite pizza is Hawaiian. He loves those pineapple chunks. I don’t think he’s ever had bacon on it, but I imagine bacon takes it over the top. Looks so good!

  15. Wow! I love haiwaiian pizza too. Great bonding with your kids din to ha! I hope i’ll have oven anytime soon, I want to do some baking and pizzas too =)

  16. That looks delicious! I love the fact that it was so easy to assemble, which is perfect for these hot summer days. I don’t have the added heat of being pregnant, but it’s been so warm lately that the less time I have to spend over a hot stove, the better!

  17. I truly love Hawaiian pizza, I am a big fan of pineapple and it’s something I would surely eat! This looks great, I will have to have this during the weekend for sure.

  18. I can’t wait for my daughter to grow up para may extra help ako sa kitchen namin ; ) Lucky you interested din daughter mo na magluto.

    xoxo
    MrsMartinez

  19. Unfortunately, Hawaiian pizza is my least favorite kind of pizza. If I were to make my own personal little pizza, I’d do pepperoni, mushrooms, olives and green peppers. Yum.

  20. I was pregnant last summer…in TEXAS…so I feel ya. This pizza looks awesome. I have made bbq but not Hawaiian. Adding it to my “to make” list!! Xo

  21. OMG! I just love Hawaiian pizza!!!! I totally forgot it even existed so I’m glad I saw this. Deify going on the dinner menu for next week!

  22. Oh my Peachy!!! I tried making my own dough and pizza last week, and it was okay naman hahaha..but, pepperoni lang ni-try ko. Next time, I will add pineapple, thanks for this recipe!

  23. I used to make homemade pizza at home but I got problems when it comes to crust. It won’t rise like Pizza Hut.
    Last week I tried making another version of preparing the crust and it goes better.

  24. How delicious! I have always enjoyed pineapples on my pizza, alas I can’t enjoy pizza like I used to since I can’t really eat anything with cheese.

  25. I love King Sue products and pizza. However, our family is not too crazy about Hawaiian Pizza. I guess we’re more into the meaty ones and don’t like anything sweet on it. But this one you made looks delicious!

  26. wow this hawaiian pizza you made is mouth watering. Thanks for the recipe, I will try to make hawaiian pizza too 🙂

  27. King Sue is my mom’s favorite ever since and now mine too. How good it is to have a pizza with top quality ingredients. Easy recipe for an awesome snack.

  28. Never thought making pizza was this easy.. Thanks for the recipe. I will be showing up here as I try to make a homemade one.

    It looks delicious

    Thanks for the help. Hawaiian has always been my best

  29. I love Hawaiian pizza. Homemade Hawaiian is the best . I will look for the King Sue products in the ingredients list so I can make the yummy pizza pictured here. I think I will add sliced onion and sliced green peppers to the pizza. Think of it as Ultimate Hawaiian Pizza!

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →

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