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Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

20 minsServes 4Ingredients:500g pizza dough100g quince paste1 cups of fresh grapes200g brie cheese1/2 cup parmesan1/4 cup pine nuts3 tbsp raw honey1/4 cup thyme
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Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

Serves 4| Ready in 20 mins
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This is basically like a cheese board on a pizza. Rich sweet quince paste covers the dough then layered over grapes, oozy soft brie cheese, parmesan cheese and pine nuts roasted together then drizzled with honey and thyme.

Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

Ok if you’ve never tried grapes on a pizza, this is your chance. Dare I say, it’s kind of a foodies right of passage. Roasted grapes in general are amazing, and on a pizza, well it’s a flavour combo you’ll keep craving for. This is such a great weekend lunch recipe or even weeknight dinner. It’s so simple and quick to make, and also feels hella fancy to eat a pizza topped with your fave cheese board accompaniments.

I make my pizza dough using this recipe, it's so easy and always tastes better homemade. But you can also use a good quality store bought dough if you're in a time pinch.

What you need to make Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

Pizza dough, grapes, quince, honey, brie cheese, parmesan cheese, pine nuts
Pizza dough
Fresh pizza dough is always yummiest
Quince paste
A delicious sweet rich jammy paste made from quince
Fresh grapes
Any variety is great
Brie cheese
A mild soft cheese to compliment the quince
Parmesan cheese
Fruity sharp and salty, perfect for a cheese board pizza
Pine nuts
Soft creamy nuts lightly toasted brings the perfect texture
Raw honey
For a sweet drizzle
Fresh thyme
A fresh fragrant accent

How to make Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

Rolling out pizza dough
1. Roll out dough

Preheat oven to full whack. Roll out pizza dough onto a clean, floured piece of baking paper, into rough 20 x 30 cm shape.

Spreading quince paste onto pizza dough
2. Cover with quince paste

Carefully spread the quince paste across the dough.

Layer cheese onto pizza dough
3. Add cheese

Scatter over parmesan cheese and lay the brie across in a random way across the pizza.

Adding grapes to a pizza
4. Add grapes and pine nuts

Then place on the grapes and scatter over pine nuts evenly, some grapes will be clustered, others in small cut slices.

Baked pizza
5. Bake pizza

Place the baking paper with pizzas in the oven directly onto the oven rack. Cook for about 7-9 minutes, or until the edges become golden and the cheese is melted.

Pizza with brie grapes and thyme
6. Cut and serve

Remove from the oven onto a cutting board. Drizzle over honey and scatter over thyme. Season with a small pinch of salt, then cut into angled pieces.

Watch how to make Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

Frequently asked questions & tips for Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

What if I can’t get quince paste?
I wouldn’t recommend a normal fruity jam like raspberry, it’s too sweet. Instead look for something similar like a fig or plum paste.
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Pizza with Grapes, Brie, Honey and Thyme

Cook Time
15 mins
Prep Time
5 mins
Serves
4
This is basically like a cheese board on a pizza. Rich sweet quince paste covers the dough then layered over grapes, oozy soft brie cheese, parmesan cheese and pine nuts roasted together then drizzled with honey and thyme.
  • 500g pizza dough
  • 100g quince paste
  • 1 cups of fresh grapes
  • 200g brie cheese
  • 1/2 cup parmesan
  • 1/4 cup pine nuts
  • 3 tbsp raw honey
  • 1/4 cup thyme
Category - Entertaining
Cuisine - Italian inspired
Skill Level - Super easy
Other categories -
Entertaining, Little plates, Snacks, Vegetarian
Nutritional information
Calories 671.3 kcal34%
Carbohydrates 85.7 g29%
Sodium 1421.3 mg62%
Magnesium 46.1 mg12%
Protein 26.2 g52%
Sugar 27.2 g30%
Calcium 260.2 mg26%
Vitamin A 11%
Fat 26.9 g41%
Fiber 3.4 g14%
Iron 5.1 mg28%
Vitamin C 12%

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