Rainbow Pizza with Kale Parmesan Crust

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  1. Oh my gosh, that pizza looks amaaaazing! I’m not sure if I have the patience for the rainbow design, but I’m definitely going to try that crust.

    Well done to the featured posts, very well deserved – I’m still drooling over that fig and grape pie!

    Happy FF Angie!

  2. Cathy says:

    Your pizza is so pretty! I shall definitely try that out one gloomy autumn weekend! πŸ™‚

  3. That rainbow pizza looks so amazing! And colorful!!

  4. Maria de Lourdes Araujo says:

    amei tudo noseu blog, belas fotos, receitas perfeitas, tudo muito bem explicadas .
    parabΓ©ns!!!!!!!!!!!! um grande beijo Brasileiro…………..

    Lourdes araujo

  5. Seriously thats not a pizza, it’s art!!! lol

  6. nimmiafzal says:

    Wow.. The rainbow pizza is absolutely delicious?!!! Loved it..
    Creativity at its best..

  7. Swayam says:

    Wow Angie… tht pizza is seriously pretty!! and U managed to do them soo perfectly…I would hv lost patience mid way…. and what a glorious crust!! Trying soon ..and Thnx for showing ur love to my humble modaks… πŸ™‚ <3 Great to be a part of the Friday Party…Cheers!!

  8. I like your rainbow idea using veggies – maybe I can hide some pepperoni somewhere?

  9. skd says:

    How very gorgeous! My my Angie, that was super creative. Must be super tasty too πŸ˜€

  10. Jhuls says:

    Awww! You’re a super sweet Mom, Angie! <3 The pizza looks so adorable to eat.

  11. this is so cool! I love the toppings and the arrangements – talk about getting the perfect amount on every slice πŸ™‚

  12. Ahila says:

    That’s a beautiful pizza, Angie πŸ™‚ Love the kale parmesan crust!

  13. lindsaychichester says:

    What a great idea and beautiful to look at too!

  14. Hopeje says:

    It s a really funny idea. We loved digging potates, it s like hunting for a treasure

  15. Angie! I am SO freakin impressed by this pizza! I’m not kidding, I felt my mood jump up a few levels when I saw this and I’ve been down lately so I sincerely thank you for that. I get the whole ‘food makes you happy’ even more now! I loved the little tribute to your daughter as well πŸ™‚

    • So great to hear, Indira! I have to say that making that pizza made me happy, too. It was so gratifying to see the look in my baby’s face. As well as hubby’s and son’s, by the way. They were like….what the…., but they asked for prosciutto added to their pizza, so I made the third with it, but I didn’t line up the colors, just sort of sprinkle pell mell. It still looked pretty! I hooe you’ll give it a try, hon! <3

      • It’s funny that you said that cause I was thinking the other day that I put so much effort into making a plate look nice for the blog, but when it’s time to take out the food for me, I just dump everything on the plate lol. Glad that your random one still looked beautiful! And yes, I think I’m going to save this for something special like my birthday πŸ™‚

  16. What a beautiful pizza, I love it! Love the colours, love the shape, love that you made it for your baby girl ?? gorgeous work Angie xx

  17. Erika says:

    Wow!!! That’s so beautiful!!!

  18. Nancy says:

    A beautifully written post to accompany a beautiful trio of rainbows. <3 And that rainbow pizza? Yummy…baby girl is one lucky girl!

  19. Ngan R. says:

    Color makes food so much fun to eat, don’t you think? Your kale parm crust pizza sounds and looks delicious and healthy, Angie!

    • Definitely! I wasn’t hungry when I made the pizza, since you know, I was snacking on all the veggies as I was cooking. Don’t all cooks do that? But when the pizza was ready, I couldn’t help it, I had to have some. This is why it’s pointless to go on a diet, haha… The crust was excellent, Ngan. You ought to try it! πŸ™‚

  20. The pizza looks amazing with all those lovely bright colors, this is a fantastic rainbow creation πŸ™‚ Have a wonderful weekend, Angie πŸ™‚

  21. Angie you really are so creative, I love your rainbow pizza. It looks beautiful and so delicious. Every week I am inspired by your creativity.

    • A few people say that about me. I don’t always feel it. I think I’m just lucky to have been around other creative people growing up (family & friends) and even now (fellow bloggers). THEY give me inspiration! Thanks, Suzanne, for the kind words. <3

  22. This is simply a work of art! Food doesn’t have to be boring. Gorgeous photos!

  23. flippenblog says:

    Ag and my baby girl works in Korea. Should have stopped feeding her years ago! Enjoy your rainbow child.

  24. Aditi says:

    That is one good looking pizza, Angie. Love the twist with the kale & parmesan in the crust! Happy FF! πŸ™‚

  25. Lori says:

    Angie- that pizza is gorgeous! Absolutely love the layered colors! And the story behind it and what you wrote to your daughter is just precious! Loved reading this!

  26. Amanda says:

    Wow. What a gorgeous pizza! I love those potatoes too! It’s kind of unbelievable that you found such gorgeous hidden treasure. Your blog and fiesta are just such a pleasure to read. Thank you!

    • I’ll probably find more potatoes next year, too. I even found some big yellow potatoes. Strangely I don’t remember planting this variety. I think I’m just a bad potato digger who always miss a few. πŸ™‚ It’s exciting, though, like digging for treasure! Thanks, Amanda. Why don’t you come to the fiesta? We haven’t seen you in a long time! πŸ™‚

      • Amanda says:

        Aw I want to. I’m just lucky to get my posts out these days. I’ll drop by next week with sardines. I post on Wednesdays. I can throw one up on Fri too.

        • I know exactly what you’re saying. I have even less time this year for blogging. If not for FF, I’d have probably closed shop already. Looking forward to partying with you next week! Even though you’re bringing sardines. Just kidding!! I love sardines!! Ok, I want to love sardines!! πŸ™‚

  27. chefjulianna says:

    Awww, Angie! What a wonderful mom you are! I bet your little girl was thrilled with her pizza! What a beauty it is, and so very healthy too!
    Congrats to all of the features too! πŸ˜€

    • She was quite the happy camper when she saw the pizza. Totally made my day! It’s very gratifying to serve something healthy that the kids would eat w/out complaining. Pizza is always a sure bet. Thanks, Julianna! Happy FF! πŸ™‚

  28. Very clever! But heck, why am I suprised! What a great way to get children (of any age) to eat vegetables.

  29. What gorgeousness Angie!! You are so very patient and creative! My munchkin would love this too, gotta try it πŸ™‚

  30. Bonnie Eng says:

    Wow, wow, wow…what a awesome idea! πŸ™‚

  31. ivyon says:

    Hey, happy to join once again πŸ˜€ I think you will be the featured one this week, that is some extraordinary stuff right here πŸ˜€

  32. Oh Angie, that is so beautiful! Your ‘baby girl’ must have been thrilled to bits.
    I agree with ivyon – you should definitely be featured this week – beautiful, healthy and super creative. My vote’s for you too πŸ™‚ Have a lovely weekend. x

  33. Stephanie @ The Cozy Cook says:

    Ah mannnnnnn this pizza looks so good, I want a bite (or 8!)… it’s so beautiful and colorful that it might be almost hard to eat it! (although I don’t think I’d have much trouble) And what a nice suprise to find those potatoes! The only suprises I find in the yard are ones from my puppy πŸ˜‰ Happy Fiesta Friday!

    • Lol! That’s exactly why I have no puppies, even though my kids have been crying for one. But we’re ready to break down since they’re so cute. Just haven’t found the right one.
      That pizza was quite incredible, Stephanie. You ought to make one! πŸ™‚ Happy FF to you!

  34. Mr Fitz says:

    Will be there at some point am just in Eire at the moment as family business to deal with .. Have a great Fiesta Friday all !

  35. This pizza looks so gorgeous! Happy Fiesta Friday πŸ™‚

  36. Suchitra says:

    Love the Rainbow Pizza Angie! Never saw that before. Thanks to your daughter for requesting it and to you for being such a great mom and making it for her!

  37. Loretta says:

    Oh my Angie, you’ve outdone yourself, this is absolutely striking, look at all those rainbow colors, I would not want to eat this or let anyone eat it for that matter. It looks too good to be real, and how healthy to boot! Bravo! Give yourself a pat on the back. Make sure you award yourself the next time you post. You always manage to pick others, but I’d say hands-down, you deserve the award the next time!

    • But that’s against the rules and I should know, I made the rules, lol… But I can pat myself on the back, that I can do. πŸ™‚ Thanks, Loretta! Your sweet words quite make my day. Happy FF! <3

      • Loretta says:

        So I have a question Angie……when I go to your page to see all the entries with the “real” names on them, I don’t see all of them, just a handful on your page. However, when I go to the InLinkz site, there are so many more on there, but they haven’t appeared on your page yet. I keep refreshing, but to no avail. I don’t like to follow the InLinkz as much, as they don’t have the proper names on there, just the name of the dish. Any ideas?

  38. Dear Angie, yes, you are absolutely right – I do LOVE this pizza! And what a genius idea with the kale crust! Simply stunning and delicious! So excited to be co-hosting again this week!!! Thanks for the opportunity! πŸ˜‰ hugs, Sylvia

  39. eatmunchlove says:

    such a gorgeous pizza! talk about eating the rainbow!

  40. Angie, oh how I love your rainbow pizza. It’s filled with so many superfoods and such colorful vegetables. And you worked miracles with that purple cabbage. Whenever I attempt to cook with them, the color loses it’s vibrancy and spreads to other veggies, leaving me with a mess. lol. Thank you so much for sharing this pizza recipe with us. I can imagine just how much fun it would be to eat this. So many different flavors in each bite. =)

    • The trick is to not overcook, and use very little liquid. In a stir-fry, I usually add it last to minimize spreading of the color.

      Yup, that pizza was quite delicious, even though I would consider it a healthy food. Now, that’s a winning combination, isn’t it? Healthy yet delicious. Enjoying co-hosting much? πŸ™‚

  41. Mandi says:

    Love this rainbow pizza. And looks really healthy too πŸ™‚ happy FF!!

  42. What a gorgeous pizza Angie! All yor the love of our children :).

  43. Namrata says:

    We all need to be inspired in some random intervals of our life. Yours came at an alarming speed… and you grabbed at it, and made such incredible looking pizzas with it! I am so enamoured by all those colours. I’m sure my child would be hopping and skipping with delight if I ever made such an attractive dinner for her.
    Sigh! I’m waiting for my santa to show up πŸ™‚

    • Oh, c’mon, you would kill it if you ever make this pizza. Pretty sure you’d make a prettier one. I thought about arranging the colors in a spiral on a round crust but it was harder to line up. Why don’t you give it a try? Lol, listen to me giving orders, just kidding of course! Thanks, Namrata, I’m so glad you liked the pizza! <3

  44. Angie, what a lovely and incredibly innovative pizza! I just can’t stop looking at the picture! Healthy and adorable! And the crust seems so healthy too with the kale leaves! Wow! I am so going to try this! btw have a question – Can you remind me why you are ‘the Novice Gardener’ ? LOL! Much love, indu πŸ™‚

    • Yeah, I’m not just novice gardener, but novice everything, Indu, haha… I’m never a master of anything and I like it that way! πŸ™‚ The kale Parmesan crust may be the best part, you gotta try it! <3

  45. Hey all! I’m late to the party again, and all I’m bringing is beer! I blame the PhD work and stress! Sorry to not have had time to check out all your lovely links the last few weeks – when it’s all over I’ll be catching up big time! Happy belated FF everyone (and this one I really ought to have had a Fiesta – it was actually my birthday!) xx

  46. Arl's World says:

    What a beautiful, colorful work of food art! Love it! It sounds so tasty too πŸ™‚ Wishing you a great weekend!

  47. My four year old gal will love this. Thanks, Angie.

  48. petra08 says:

    What a pretty pizza! I love your creativity and ability to create foods that sounds so delicious and that is pretty as a picture! The kale sounds like a delicious addition to pizza, I must try that!
    I can’t believe your and Hilda’s lovely comments, I am so glad and humbled that you like the tofu! iron chef?! ha ha that did crack me up as I love the show and I am so flattered! πŸ™‚ x

    • Thanks, Petra! You really should try the pizza, and especially the crust. So good! Your tofu dish deserved the feature, it’s not your run of the mill stir fried tofu, is it? It’s such a unique dish! I bought this package of tofu strands today, looks like noodles. Have no idea what to do with it, will peruse your recipe and see if inspiration hits. πŸ™‚

  49. Wow Angie, rainbow pizza looks stunning. .. love love it’s elegant colours… hats off to your creativity. … This is on my list now… super super cute…

  50. Steven says:

    Beautiful color for lovely photographs. I’m going to try this just to see my kids face’s light up. πŸ™‚

  51. andmorefood says:

    very, very beautiful pizza! and I love that you just found those purple potatoes (I liken it to my pleasure in finding random money in my handbags – even thought it’s all my money :p)

  52. Cindy says:

    Great idea especially for kids. They could help make it too – then it’s even more fun to eat!

  53. That is such a great idea – can’t wait to try with my kids this week!

  54. AWEsome pizza. I love kale. You’re a rockin’ mom. Make kale chips?

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  55. Norma Chang says:

    Gorgeous pizza!!!!! Every time I visit your site and see photos of your finished dish the thoughts that run through my head are: Would I should I eat the prepared dish or frame it? I certainly would not want to be the first to dig into your finished dish.

  56. Thank you for hosting. Your rainbow pizza is beautiful, and I love the back story behind it. I think the universe was giving you a sign.

    I linked up my Coconut Lime Pineapple Granola because no matter what the calendar says, I am hanging onto the end of summer and all its flavors for as long as possible.

    • No problem, Meghan. Thank YOU for linking! And me, too, about holding on to summer as long as possible. I’m trying to eat as much ice cream before it gets too cold, haha… But maybe there’s no such thing as too cold for ice cream. πŸ™‚

  57. sarahgiebens says:

    That looks so good, Angie! So creative πŸ˜€
    I bet your baby girl LOVED it! I know I would πŸ˜‰
    Really, wonderful pizza!

  58. Lilly Sue says:

    Wow, how fun! I love it! So pretty and I am sure tasty πŸ™‚

  59. Serena says:

    Very creative and healthy! Love it!!

  60. annaethain says:

    That rainbow pizza is AMAZING! This is on the list for the weekend πŸ™‚ Love your blog!

  61. litadoolan says:

    Awesome pizza!! I have never seen this before and what a great way to make kale look yummy! I know it is so good for you but I find it a bit bitter lol!! This is a great recipe, what a dazzler!

    • It’s a great way to get the kids to eat veggies, that’s for sure. I’m glad you like it, Lita. Kale is not to everyone’s liking. Why do you think I had to hide it in the crust? haha…

      • litadoolan says:

        lol! It’s a great way to get me to eat kale too!! I tried it in quiche which was a start. This looks so much nicer though. I keep reading about how amazing kale is for iron and multivitamins. Happy days.

  62. I’m always on the search for the next great (and healthy) pizza and thismight be it. Looks gorgeous!

  63. snehanvg says:

    Wow! It looks sooo amazing! ??

  64. This looks sooooo awesome! love it

  65. Love this colorful and delicious and healthful pizza. It is beautiful.

  66. What a gorgeous recipe! You had so many signs that you were supposed to be making this recipe!

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