Is this not the best idea for a pizza? It’s so simple and beautiful! Plus cherries are in season right now so they should be added to every meal in your house!
I love naan flatbread, but I have to be honest, I don’t use it often and I have no idea why so I am going to start today! Next grocery run will include naan flatbread.
It’s such a versatile ingredient for all kinds of meals and snacks. Pizza is an obvious one, but a GOOD one. This cherry and goat cheese flatbread pizza is right up my family’s ally. My toddler loves helping me in the kitchen and this is a recipe we can make together without making a huge mess.
Produce For Kids always comes up with the best recipes that are kid friendly yet beautiful and delicious. I mean…this pizza is spot on when it comes to colors and flavor.
I love partnering with them on their annual campaign that helps raise funds to support nutritional programs for children. Produce for Kids teams up with Meijer to bring the rock & roll nutritional show, Jump with Jill, to local schools. You can help by simply shopping at Meijer and purchasing the brands that support this effort.
What an easy and wonderful way to give back to the community. Plus, PFK has tons of wonderful recipes that use the products that are supporting this wonderful cause! I highly suggest checking out their recipes for meals that the entire family will love. If you have picky eaters, they have a ton of fun recipes for kiddos, too!
There are so many benefits in searching through the PFK’s website. You can learn about their mission, how they help children, gather some amazing recipes, and also get coupons and learn how to save when shopping at Meijer!
Use the hashtag #produceforkids when talking about PFK on social media – we want to follow along if you try a recipe!
Can’t wait to share some of my favorite PFK recipes with you! This Flatbread Pizza is just one of them!
- 2 naan flatbreads
- 8 ounces goat cheese, softened, crumbled
- 20 Grower Direct® cherries, pitted, halved
- 3 cups baby arugula
- 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar glaze
- Preheat grill on low heat.
- Place flatbreads on large cutting board or plate. Top with goat cheese, cherries and arugula. Drizzle with balsamic.
- Transfer flatbreads directly onto grill and cook 3-4 minutes, or until grill marks appear on the bottom and bread is heated through. Transfer back to cutting board to cut and serve.
Recipe from Produce For Kids
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