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Kale and Sweet Potato Pizza with Burrata Recipe


We have had a busy Spring Break this week, and mom is feeling tired. After another fun day with the kids, the last thing I wanted to do was cook dinner. I dodged the urge to eat dinner out tonight, and headed into Whole Foods for some healthy ingredients to make a Kale and Sweet Potato Pizza with Burrata.


I wanted to make a pizza for dinner, but knew I did not have time to make the dough before dinnertime, and I was surprised to learn that I could purchase freshly made dough from the bakery. I know that so many moms tend to navigate towards the popular Trader Joe’s pizza dough, but honestly, it can sometimes be so tough that I cannot even roll it out smoothly with the rolling-pin. The dough I purchased at Whole Foods was still warm from the yeast room and freshly made that morning.

Then I walked around the produce department with the kids, and we customized this recipe. The kids picked out some fresh Kale, sweet potato and of course their favorite – garlic! We went to get the traditional mozzarella cheese, but I stumbled upon my all-time favorite cheese – burrata!


The result was one of the most delicious pizzas we have enjoyed in a long time. There was not a crumb left over after dinner, and all my kids ended their busy day with tummies full of healthy vegetables! I hope that you enjoy making this recipe with your family.

1 Pizza dough
4 Leaves of Kale (chopped)
1/2 Sweet potato (sliced thin)
1/4 loaf of burrata
2 Garlic cloves
2 Tbl. Olive oil
1 Large tomato
1/4 Cup Mozzarella balls


1. Roll out the pizza dough on a floured surface. Then rest in an air bake pizza pan.


2. Mix the garlic with olive oil before spreading on the pizza dough.


3. Add Tomato slices, burrata and mozzarella


4. Top with kale and sweet potato


5. Bake at 450 degrees for 20 minutes.

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