When you have a sick kid (vomiting sick, not sniffles sick) everything comes to a full stop.
I will spare you the details since they’re gross aaaand…nope. That’s it, just gross.
Everything I had planned for the day- including dinner- has now been shifted to a time when my child’s bodily fluids decide to stay in his body. You know, priorities and what not.
Totally serious though, having a sick child is absolutely the saddest thing to watch. I remind myself that it could always be worse, but sick is sick. When your child is ill and you can’t really do anything about it except be there, it sucks.
Ok, moving on.
We’re going to have two options for dinner tonight- pick something up or make something super fast with what we already have. Since my husband and I hate spending money unless we have to, we’re obviously going to make something at home.
A few weeks ago I made these Peach, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto Flatbread Pizzas and they are have quickly escalated to an obsession.
Here’s the thing- I love pizza. Like seriously, truly, deeply, LOVE pizza.
But the work of homemade pizza dough or takeout delivery prices? Nope. no thank you.
YOU GUYS, flatbread. ALL YOU NEED IS NAAN OR FLATBREAD (sorry for shouting, I get super excited sometimes).
Drizzle with olive oil, spread with your fav sauce and top with all your favorites. They are great for the kiddos, too!
Basically, these flatbread pizzas are the perfect dinner solution for anyone too lazy to cook, too cheap to order delivery or those of you stuck at home with a sick kid watching the same cartoon on repeat.
Peach, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto Flatbread PizzasPrint Recipe Pin Recipe Rate Recipe
- 4 naan - or flatbread
- Olive oil
- 3-4 fresh peaches - sliced
- 4 ounces prosciutto - torn
- 6 ounces goat cheese - crumbled (I used honey goat cheese and it was amazing!)
- Fresh basil - several leaves per pizza
- Balsamic glaze
- Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
- Place flatbread or naan on 1-2 baking sheets (this will depend on size of baking sheets and faltbread). Drizzle the top of each flatbread with approximately 1/2-1 tablespoon of olive oil.
- Prepare remaining ingredients so they are ready for topping. Top each flatbread with approximately equal amounts of goat cheese, prosciutto, sliced peaches and fresh basil. Season with a light sprinkle of salt and pepper.
- Transfer baking sheet to the oven and bake for approximately 8-12 minutes, or until edges are crisp and golden and cheese is just starting to turn golden on top.
- Remove from oven and top with additional basil leaves and balsamic glaze, if desired.
- Best served immediately.