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Sweet and salty pizza

Bonus points: No ice cream maker needed AND it's vegan! Welcome to the sweet and salty side of CLIF BAR®. Discover a deliciously different way to experience the sustained energy of a CLIF BAR® with the CLIF BAR®️ Sweet & Salty Collection. You can cook Sweet and salty pizza using 7 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Sweet and salty pizza

  1. You need 1 of 14 (oz) pizza crust.
  2. It’s 1 cup of fig preserves.
  3. Prepare 1/3 cup of caramelized onion.
  4. It’s 1/3 cup of feta cheese.
  5. It’s 1 of 4 (oz) package goat cheese.
  6. You need 3 slice of prosciutto.
  7. Prepare 1 of handful of parmesan cheese (optional).

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Sweet and salty pizza step by step

  1. Preheat oven to 450°.
  2. Spread fig preserves over pizza, a little less or more than the suggested amount, depending on preference.
  3. Spread caramelized onion evenly over preserves.
  4. Then feta on top of onion, chop up goat cheese, spreading evenly over crust.
  5. Cut prosciutto into bite size pieces (or into strips) then lay on top of cheese.
  6. Lay on a pizza pan lightly greased with olive oil and bake 8-10 minute.
  7. Take out of oven, top with parmesan, cut and enjoy!.

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