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Apple Radicchio Flatbread How-To

Top artisan pizza crust with apple slices, greens and cheese for an out-of-the-ordinary appetizer.
Cheri Liefeld
Fall brings a bounty of apples. There are many delicious and creative ways to include them in your meals. This Apple Radicchio Flatbread serves up many fall flavors onto one tasty dish.

I first tried the new Pillsbury® Artisan Pizza Crust with whole grain, when we were back to Minneapolis for the General Mills Blogfest. Each team had to create a dish in a timed competition. We had such a great time!

The crust cooks up beautifully and has 16 grams of whole grain. I couldn’t wait to pair my fall favorites apples, radicchio and goat cheese with the new pizza crust. I sprinkled crisp bacon across the top because everything tastes better with bacon- right?

Unroll the crust onto a 10x15 pan that has been sprayed with oil. Bake for 8 minutes in a 400°F oven.

pizza crust from can to placed on pan and then baked
Bake it first assures a nice crisp flatbread base. Remove from oven and spread with apple butter; then sprinkle with goat cheese.

Core an apple but leave the skin on. Slice full apple slices. Place apples 3 across in rows.

spread apple butter and then add toppings
Bake for 15 minutes or until browned. Removed and slice into squares. I tried to cut an apple circle into each square. Serve as an appetizer or a light meal. baked flatbread cut into squares on a wood surface