Naan bread pizzas are a new favourite in our house and we now have them at least once a month. The naan acting as the base means it is much softer than a normal pizza, and I actually eat the ‘crust’ (I normally leave it as it’s too crunchy)! I can’t actually remember the last time we had a pizza with a regular dough base. The good thing about these too are they they are just big enough for one person (J also manages a full one!) so there is no arguing over toppings – and they’re mega quick to make!

(no set quantities – just use as much as you like. The following are the toppings we mostly use)

  • plain naan breads
  • tomato puree/barbecue sauce
  • cheese, grated
  • ham, sliced
  • sweetcorn
  • mushrooms, sliced
  • onions, sliced
  • cooked sausage, sliced
  • garlic butter (for a garlic bread naan – just mix garlic powder and mixed herbs with some butter)

  • Preheat oven to gas 6/400F/200C.
  • Place naan breads on pizza trays.
  • Spread naan breads with tomato puree/barbecue sauce/garlic butter.
  • Sprinkle cheese on top.
  • Top with ham/sausage/mushrooms/onion/sweetcorn/etc.
  • Sprinkle a little more cheese on top.
  • Bake for 10-15 minutes until cheese is bubbling and naan breads are golden.
  • Enjoy!

Tasty Tuesdays on


I'm Stacey, in my (very) early 30's, from a small village in North Lincolnshire. I'm a stay at home mum to two boys and a mental dog. You'll find me blogging mainly about food & lifestyle with a bit of random thrown in.

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  1. This is such a good idea, I can't believe I have never thought of doing this! I stopped making homemade pizzas because making the dough was such a pain in the neck, this sounds like an excellent alternative xx

    1. They are so yummy! 🙂

  2. Ooh id never think to use naans as a base but it sounds so delicious!! I really want to try it now. I bet Z would love it!

  3. Ooh these look delicious! Thanks for linking up!

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