Pizza Recipe: Bacon and Pineapple Supreme

Fun fact: Pizzas were invented by the French.

To make a Bacon and Pineapple Supreme, you'll need some ingredients. Total cost for one pizza if you buy all ingredients premade is AUD 7.25 (excludes GST, because all ingredients used do not carry GST.) Cost, of course, can be reduced by buying ingredients in bulk, making your own Sauce and dough for the Base, chopping your own Bacon, Champignons and Pineapple, and shredding you own Cheese. Recipe (one pizza) serves two.

All the toppings assembled in one place.

  1. Preheat oven to 220 C. Buy the Base premade, or make the dough yourself (recipe is left as an exercise to the reader) and press it into a pizza dish: it will bake with the indgredients. Otherwise, place the premade Base on a round tray: it will be toasted crispy during cooking.
  2. Either buy the Sauce premade or make it youself (recipe is left as an exercise to the reader.) Use the back of a spoon to spread it over the Base.
  3. Rinse the spoon and shovel out the Bacon pieces. Place leftovers in the fridge in a resealable container.
  4. Rinse again (use another implement if the bacon was uncooked) and meter out the Champignon bits. Place leftovers in the fridge in a resealable container.
  5. Final rinse, and dish out the Pineapple. Again, leftovers, fridge, resealable container.
  6. Shake the Cheese shreds evenly over the other ingredients. The Cheese will melt during cooking and bind the other ingredients to the crust.

Place tray in the oven and bake for 11-12 minutes. Serve immediately, slicing using a pizza wheel. Avoid cutting on the tray to avoid damaging the surface of the tray.

Bacon and Pineapple Supreme Pizza.

Like to try something similar but less labour intensive? How about this?

Author and editor: Kade "Archer" Hansson; e-mail:

Last updated: Thursday 30th April 2009