Peach Brie Serrano Pizza

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza
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This Peach Brie Serrano Pizza is currently my favourite “Emergency Pizza”, as the flavours of creamy, milky Brie, salty Serrano ham and juicy sweet peaches work just so well together and taste like a perfect summer dinner with a glass of red wine. Or white. I won’t judge.

The Emergency Pizza concept

And if you followed my No Yeast Sourdough Wholewheat Pizza Crust post, meal prepping this super flavourful pizza crust, you can have this on the table in under 30 minutes. Which might just be faster than waiting for takeout. Did I mention it tastes better too?

See, the thing that often saved me from getting greasy, high calorie pizza from the delivery service was, that I pretty much always had at least one of these crusts in my freezer, for the days where just nothing but pizza will do. That meant I don’t just have a healthier base in form of wholewheat sourdough, but also the fact that you can top it with anything in your fridge. For me that always includes some kind of veggie or fruit, maybe a bit of charcuterie and definitely a nice cheese. All on a few tablespoons of ready-made tomato sauce from a jar.
I did make my own from time to time, but for the sake of emergency pizza, I often gravitate towards some basil or roasted garlic ready made sauce.

Depending on fridge contents I often have artichoke hearts on Serrano, topped with grated Mozzarella. One time I even made it topped with a white sauce from mashed white beans and garlic, which was utterly delicious.

Today’s Toppings

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza Ingredients

Today I happened to have fresh peaches and Brie in my fridge and I’m so glad I did! The Brie gets all bubbly and slightly crisp on the top, with that perfect caramelized baked cheese flavour. I used “Creamfields” here, which I urge you to try if you come across it, as its incredible creamy, milky flavour goes so well with the peach. Add the serrano ham on top of the other ingredients, so it gets crispy when baking. 12 minutes later, you have Pizza-heaven.
So much better and cheaper than takeout!

The Cheesy Crust

I often fill the crust with a little bit of cheese, which adds flavour and also means, due to the folding over, it raises to a beautiful crust all around. It’s easy too, as you just lay the edges over the cheese and push them down slightly, so it doesn’t leak out. No need to have this look perfect. Handmade and rustic is the look we are goung for here.

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza Cheese crust

Does Pizza fit into a weight loss diet?

Considering one whole pizza crust has only 400cal and depending on the toppings, it can very easily work with a diet. You might not eat the whole one (though…god knows I did occasionally), but the highest calorie factor is the amount of cheese you top it with. If you use one with lots of flavour, like this Brie, you won’t need much to feel really satisfied. In my case, the serrano ham being fairly low fat just adds to its suitability.

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza Prepared

So when will you try this? How about a quick summer dinner in the garden?
What are your favourite topping? Let me know in the comments.

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza

Want Dessert? Have sourdough starter left you’d like to use? Try my Sourdough Oatmeal White Chocolate cookies with (or without) Black garlic.

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza

Peach Brie Serrano Pizza

This Peach Brie Serrano Pizza is currently my favourite “Emergency Pizza”, as the flavours of creamy, milky Brie, salty Serrano ham and juicy sweet peaches work just so well together and taste like a perfect summer dinner with a glass of red wine. Or white. I won’t judge.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 12 minutes
Total Time 27 minutes
Course Dinner, Main Course
Cuisine Italian
Servings 2
Calories 520 kcal


  • 1 No Yeast Sourdough Wholewheat Pizza Crust
  • 3 tbsp ready-made tomato sauce of your choice
  • 1 Peach
  • 3 slices Serrano ham
  • 60 g Brie in thin slices


  • Preheat your oven to 450°F/225°C. Add the oven shelf or pizza stone now, so they can pre-heat. This will give you the perfect crispy crust
  • Place the no yeast sourdough wholewheat pizza crust on a baking sheet and roll it out thinly into a roughly round shape. Homemade pizza doesn’t have to be perfect.
  • Sprinkle the grated cheese evenly around the edges, leaving about 2cm to the outside.
  • Wrap the edges over the cheese carefully, not pressing down on the cheese, so it has a chance to rise high later, but pinching to the inside, so the cheese doesn’t run out while melting.
  • Spread the ready-made tomato sauce evenly over the pizza crust, leaving a small border around the edges.
  • Lay the sliced peaches evenly over the tomato sauce. Arrange the thin slices of Brie on top. Please pieces of roughly ripped Serrano ham all over the pizza.
  • Place the pizza in the preheated oven and bake for about 10-12min until the crust becomes golden brown and the cheese is melted and bubbly.
  • Remove the pizza from the oven, and let it cool for a minute or two. Cut the pizza into slices
  • using a pizza cutter or a sharp knife.
  • Top with some fresh basil leaves. Enjoy.


You can find the No Yeast Sourdough Crust recipe for this here. Or use any ready made pizza crust from the supermarket. Though the sourdough is really easy to make and means you can have pizza around whenever the mood strikes you, without the huge pizza cartons in your freezer. After all freezer space is precious.
Makes 1 round Pizza/ 2 portions
Total Estimated Nutrition per Portion:
Calories: Approximately 520-540
Fat: Approximately 26-28 grams
Protein: Approximately 23-25 grams
Carbohydrates: Approximately 50-52 grams
Fiber: Approximately 6-7 grams
Sugar: Approximately 13-14 grams


Calories: 520kcal
Nutrition Facts
Peach Brie Serrano Pizza
Amount per Serving
% Daily Value*
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Keyword Easy, sourdough
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!


  1. Alexandra

    5 stars
    Such a delicious combination of flavours – this will definitely be the pizza of the summer! A wonderful way to enjoy peaches.

  2. Claudia

    5 stars
    Made the Peach Brie Serrano Pizza, and it was fantastic! The sweet peaches, creamy brie, and spicy serrano peppers make an amazing combo. Definitely a must-try for pizza night!

  3. Gloria

    5 stars
    What a great pizza variation. This would be a great appetizer. Nice on the brunch menu too. Homemade pizza is the best.

  4. Anonymous

    Wow! It’s all I can say. I did use half spelt and half wholemeal flour – insanely good. I need this again and the kids LOVED it too. We topped it with different things for everyone so everyone had their fav topping but the base was fab!!

  5. Jacqueline.

    5 stars
    I love your wholewheat sourdough pizza base and it was perfect with the ham and peaches. I used Italian prosciutto crudo as I live in Italy and serrano is hard to find.


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