3 Unexpected Pizza Toppings

3 Unexpected Pizza Toppings

Aside from naturally putting us in a better mood, the best things about pizza are the creative toppings you can dream up. While we adore pizzas and their traditional toppings, there are times when we crave something a little different. Although it's challenging to beat cheese or pepperoni as a popular topping if you're not afraid to branch out, try some of the unusual pizza toppings listed below at your next pizza party. Maybe you'll try them again!

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Apple and Onion

Although apples and onions may not sound appetizing on a pizza, they make a lovely sweet and savory combination when baked together. You've got yourself the ultimate pizza with a sprinkle of thyme and a drizzle of honey on top. This topping is certainly not typical!

Nacho Average Pizza

Nobody says you can't top a crispy pizza foundation with tasty and spicy nacho meat and beans topped with cheese. We recommend you try it at least once! Serve with corn chips on the side and a dollop of sour cream and guacamole in the middle to really amp up that nacho-ness.

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S'mores Surprise

Nothing beats a s'mores pizza for addictiveness, and you won't be able to stop eating it after just one bite. Take your favorite s'mores components, add a bit of additional chocolate if desired (obviously, please skip the tomato sauce), and bake it on your pizza stone for a delicious take on the campfire classic that's tough to refuse and easy to enjoy indoors!

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