This hot honey prosciutto pizza with burrata, pickled jalapeño slices and fresh basil is the perfect sweet and spicy pizza topping combination!
I’m all for the crazy pizza toppings! Recently I learned a little honey drizzled on pizza is absolutely amazing. However, it does have to be the right kind of pizza. This pizza has an olive oil base followed by some burrata, prosciutto, and pickled jalapeños. So the honey drizzle on top is an absolute perfect touch. However, HOT HONEY is even more perfect. Trader Joe’s new hot honey is one of my favorite condiments. I grab a bottle every time I go because I’m afraid it will be seasonal. It is pretty easy to make your own hot honey. But, this one is convenient and so delicious.
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- Pear and caramelized onion pizza 
- Charcuterie pizza 
- Peach burrata naan flatbreads 
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All of the ingredients in this recipe are from Trader Joe’s. However, you can grab these ingredients at any grocery store. I just like the Trader Joe’s products. Pizza dough, prosciutto, burrata, pickled jalapeño slices and basil can obviously be found at most major grocery stores. You can make your own homemade hot honey . I also heard Mike’s hot honey  is great.
What to pair this hot honey prosciutto pizza with:
- Fried goat cheese salad 
- Italian salad with honey mustard dressing 
- Air fryer eggplant milanese 
- Copy cat Olive Garden salad 
- Sage palomas 
I hope you enjoy this delicious homemade pizza recipe! It would be great for hosting, date night at home or just because you feel like making yourself a nice meal.Print 
1 lb. Trader Joe’s pizza dough, or pizza dough of choice
1 tbsp olive oil
pinch of salt
8 oz. burrata
3 oz. prosciutto, ripped into small pieces
10–12 pickled jalapeño slices
1–2 basil leaves, cut into ribbons
1 tbsp hot honey
fresh cracked pepper to taste
Leave the pizza dough out at room temperature for 20 minutes.
Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F.
Roll out your pizza dough on a lightly floured work station. You want a 12 inch diameter circle. Transfer to a large greased baking sheet or pizza stone.
Brush the olive oil on the uncooked pizza crust. Then sprinkle with salt.
Break up the burrata in small pieces and evenly distribute on the pizza.
Top with prosciutto and pickled jalapeños.
Bake for 8-10 minutes or until the pizza is golden on the edges and crispy enough for your liking.
Top with basil ribbons and then drizzle on the hot honey.
Top with fresh cracked pepper and slice! Enjoy!