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Turkey Eyeball Spiderweb Pizza

October 29, 2010

Halloween is just a few days away, and this recipe for Turkey Eyeball Spiderweb Pizza is a great main course for Halloween night or for any of your upcoming Halloween parties. I developed this recipe for Honeysuckle White and Shady Brook Farms, my favorite turkey brands. I created a simple homemade turkey meatball with panko breadcrumbs, egg white and seasonings, and my kids were eating them as fast as I could make them. They are delicious on top of this super easy pizza using an unbaked pizza crust and your favorite marinara or pizza sauce. These pizzas are so fun to decorate for Halloween. My daughter had so much fun helping me with the spiderweb design. Happy Halloween weekend!

Turkey Eyeball Spiderweb Pizza

Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 20 minutes
Yield: 12 servings
11/4 pound Honeysuckle White Ground Turkey
3 tablespoons panko breadcrumbs
1 egg white
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon lemon pepper
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground pepper
1/2 cup finely chopped onion (optional)
1 (12-inch) unbaked pizza crust
1 tablespoon olive oil
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
11/2 cups pizza sauce
1 cup refrigerated Alfredo pasta sauce (from 10 ounce) container
1/4 cup sliced black olives
1. Combine ground turkey, panko, egg white, sea salt, garlic powder, lemon pepper, black pepper, and onion, if desired, in a large bowl, mixing well.

2. Shape turkey mixture into 1/2-inch meatballs. Cook meatballs in batches over medium heat in a lightly greased large nonstick skillet. Brown all sides and turning occasionally about 8 minutes or until no longer pink.

3. Preheat oven to 450F.

4. Brush pizza crust with olive oil. Sprinkle evenly with cheese. Pour pizza sauce evenly over cheese, gently spreading to cover cheese.

5. In a medium resealable plastic bag, place Alfredo sauce; seal bag. Cut off a tiny corner of bag. Squeeze bag to drizzle Alfredo sauce in circles over pizza sauce, starting at the center continuously to the outer edge to look like a spider web design. Top pizza evenly with meatballs and place 1 sliced olive on top of each meatball.

6. Bake in preheated oven 8 to 12 minutes or until crust is golden brown. Cut into slices and serve.

Testing notes: I used Mama Mary’s Pizza Crust but Boboli would also work great. Also, you may use 2 (7-inch) crusts with the same ingredient amounts above.


26 Responses to “Turkey Eyeball Spiderweb Pizza”
October, 29 2010at 09:47 pm
What a simple but fabulous and fun idea for Halloween.
October, 30 2010at 08:32 am
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October, 30 2010at 05:39 pm
How fun is that!!! I love it!
October, 31 2010at 10:28 pm
Oh my goodness - your kids must have loved this! I'll have to serve this to my kids, even post-Halloween.
Mark C. says:
November, 01 2010at 09:05 am
I made this last night for a huge Halloween party, and it was a huge hit. Everyone was so impressed. Thanks for the great recipe, as usual
Stephanie S. says:
November, 08 2010at 12:26 pm
This is the cutest "Halloween" recipe...what will you think of next? I am ever so impressed!
November, 08 2010at 03:29 am
OOOHH.. I'm so disappointed I didn't see this before Halloween! I'm only just catching up on blog reads after a few busy weeks! This is so cool and it is definitely going to be made for halloween next year. Perfectly spooky but perfectly tasty! cheers kari
Tracy says:
October, 29 2010at 10:04 am
This is so fun and festive! Love it!
Wanda says:
October, 29 2010at 01:35 pm
This is beyond amazing and aweosme photo
Alexandra says:
October, 29 2010at 01:35 pm
Lovet this recipe. We are making it for our huge Halloween party tomorrow night. You are the most creative blogger out there!
Rachel says:
October, 29 2010at 01:37 pm
This looks great and I'm always looking for new ways to use ground turkey. Alison, your recipes are the best and I cant wait for you upcoming book
Elizabeth says:
October, 29 2010at 01:45 pm
Amazing! Great recipe and photo and I can't wait to try those meatballs
October, 29 2010at 02:14 pm
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October, 29 2010at 07:37 pm
This is the cutest pizza ever - - what an amazing idea! I bet all the kids gobbled this up. I would also be picking off those meatballs!
October, 31 2010at 01:31 pm
Bet kids and teens would absolutely love this. Very creative and visual without TOO much fuss or muss.
Ashland says:
October, 31 2010at 06:05 pm
OMG this is fabulous! We made this last night and everyone loved it so much. 5 stars plus
October, 31 2011at 01:27 am
I LOVE this!!!
October, 27 2011at 09:01 am
that's too cute... or creepy (as it should be, right? lol) :) I'm not quite sure which
Wenderly says:
October, 27 2011at 08:40 am
SO cool!
Jeanette says:
October, 27 2011at 09:55 pm
Love this savory Halloween treat - there have so many sweet posts lately, I'm glad to see a fun savory post. Love the spiderwebbing and eyeballs.
October, 27 2011at 01:23 pm
What a cute idea! Awesome.
October, 27 2011at 03:53 pm
So stinkin cute! Totally making this for my kids for Halloween. They will love it.
Maria says:
October, 28 2011at 08:00 am
Such a fun pizza!
marla says:
October, 28 2011at 08:30 am
Looks like you are having tons of fun with Halloween!! This pizza is so fun!
December, 26 2011at 05:39 pm
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