Happy Friday everyone!
Today’s post is a little different from our regular wedding-related posts. I thought I’d send you guys a PPE tested recipe perfect for a girls’ night in! As I work and plan with a lot of our brides, I’ve learned that, unsurprisingly, brides love to celebrate their engagement with their girlfriends! Whether you just got engaged and are planning to have a girls’ night to ooh and ahh over your ring and engagement story, or it’s wedding week and all of the bridesmaids are staying at your place, this recipe is perfect!
I can personally vouch for this ranch and corn pizza as I tested it myself. I can guarantee it is easy, delicious, and quick to make! I found the original recipe on Food52 and modified it a bit to fit my taste and the amount of time I wanted to spend cooking.
What I used:
1 bottle of Ken’s Steakhouse ranch dressing
1 ear of sweet corn
1 pizza crust (you can make your own, but I opted for pre-made to save on time – I suggest Boboli’s thin crust)
Again, this is SO easy! I opened my Boboli pizza crust, put a little olive oil on each side (about a teaspoon per side) and put the crust in the oven on 350 for about a minute. Then I took it out and added about 2 – 3 tablespoons of ranch dressing on top of the crust. Next I added (in this order) shredded mozzarella (however much you think you would like!), the sweet corn (completely cut off the cob) I used about 3/4 of what I cut off of the cob, and the chopped tomatoes. I put it back in the oven for about 15 minutes, just long enough to let the crust get crispy and cheese to melt. Next I added the crumbled feta, and hand-ripped basil on top. I sprinkled a bit more of the ranch and put it back in the oven for another minute.
That’s it! I didn’t have exact measurements for most of the ingredients as I used just enough of each to cover the crust. It was delicious, easy, and so quick to make. Total prep and cook time took about 30 minutes!
This recipe is perfect because when you have your girls coming over the last thing you want is to spend all of your time cooking and missing out on time with them. So get your bridesmaids together (or bridesmen!) and get cooking!