Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza | | A savory pizza that will surely surprise your tastebuds!

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza | | A savory pizza that will surely surprise your tastebuds!
Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza

This recipe for a savory Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza will surely surprise your tastebuds!

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza | | A savory pizza that will surely surprise your tastebuds!

I saw a dear friend today. It had been too long since the last time we met, way too long. I’m not quite sure how that happened, but as I hugged her and marveled at how her children have grown so much, I made a quiet promise to myself that I will never let time slip like that from me again.

Life has a terrible habit of getting in the way, and as much as I embrace social media and the idea of staying connected through it, I realize that it can keep us apart. Seeing pictures of friends on Facebook is not the same as giving each other a hug in person, looking into their eyes, and hearing their laughter in person.

Living through the seasons reminds me of this, in an odd sort of way. When the berries and stone fruit return after many months, you remember that absence all the more, and want to waste no time in savoring every moment you can while they are here.

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza | | Beautiful blueberries are delicious in a savory pizza!

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza | | Sweet blueberries, caramelized onions and salty feta come together in a delicious savory pizza.

You may wonder if I will ever stop with the blueberries, but I just can’t. Finding new ways to enjoy blueberries in savory dishes has occupied my thoughts these last several weeks, as you already know. So when I pulled out these gems from the oven the other day, I was on cloud nine. Plump blueberries bled their inky juice on pizzas that were smothered with ricotta and feta cheese and honey-caramelized onions. Each bite was everything I love when I make a savory fruit pizza – salty, sweet, savory and spicy, all melted together.

If there is one blueberry recipe you must try this summer, please promise me you will try this one. Do it while they are here, and share it with a friend. Pizza is always better that way.

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza | | You won't be able to resist this savory blueberry pizza!

Eat Seasonal

#EatSeasonal June 2015

It’s that time again! I love joining Becky from Vintage Mixer and our friends to share dishes that embrace eating seasonal! June is all about berries, and so much more. Check out these recipes for more #EatSeasonal inspiration.

6june blogger photos and links

Blueberry Mint Gin Cocktail by Vintage Mixer

Bourbon-Cherry and Almond Dutch Baby by Floating Kitchen

Breakfast Strawberry Shortcakes by Completely Delicious

Strawberry and Mango Kale Salad by Project Domestication

Spinach Salad with Grilled Strawberries, Asparagus & Walnuts by Simple Bites

Blueberry Greek Yogurt Waffles by The Lemon Bowl

Rhubarb Crumb Bars by Bless This Mess

Chocolate Cherry Cake with Chocolate Oat Streusel by Climbing Grier Mountain

Mini Lavender Pavlovas with Summer Berries by Cafe Johnsonia

Super Summer Detox Salad by Well Plated

Cumin Orange Shrimp-Stuffed Cucumber Boats by Cookin’ Canuck

Blueberry Buckle by Foodie Crush

Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza

Makes 2 naan pizzas. | Prep: 5 minutes | Cook: 15 minutes

A savory pizza that will surely surprise your tastebuds! Promise me you'll make try it!


2 naan flatbreads (see notes below)

1 teaspoon olive oil

1 cup thinly sliced red onion

kosher salt

pinch red pepper flakes

2 tablespoons honey

1/2 cup ricotta cheese

1/2 cup feta cheese

1 cup blueberries

micro arugula (or regular baby arugula)



Preheat oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Arrange the naan/flatbread on the baking sheet and lightly spray or brush with water. Set aside.

Heat the olive oil in a medium pan over medium low heat. Add the onion and season with a pinch of salt to taste and red pepper flakes. Cook the onions until it is wilted, about 3-5 minutes and stir in the honey, letting the onions caramelize. Remove from heat.

While the onions cook, stir the ricotta and feta cheese in a small bowl. Spread the ricotta mixture over the naan/flatbread, and top with the honey caramelized onions. Sprinkle the blueberries on top.

Place the naan pizzas into the oven and bake for about 10 minutes, or until the blueberries are just about ready to burst, the cheese has softened, and the naan is toasted. Remove from oven, sprinkle with arugula and enjoy immediately.


I love using Stonefire Naan, Original.


  1. Cookin+Canuck

    It’s so true that there’s nothing like one-one-one in-person time with friends.  Social media just doesn’t cut it when it comes to good friend!  This pizza is blowing my mind…what a fantastic combination of flavors.

  2. felicia | Dish by Dish

    Hi Liren! This is such a beautiful fruit pizza. The light, colors and textures are so gorgeous! So glad I found your blog via Pinterest today! Your photos are absolutely inspiring – just what I need to push my food photography to the next level! 

    Cheers from Buenos Aires, Argentina!

  3. Becky

    I love the idea of using naan for pizza crust and really you can’t go wrong with those toppings.. I know this tastes good. 

    On another note, your words about visiting your old friend make me long to see my friends from growing up!  Time slips away so quickly!!

  4. Jessi

    I feel like you just went into my brain and picked out the things I love the most right now and made a pizza out of them! Its pretty awesome.

  5. Liz+@+Floating+Kitchen

    Never any need to apologize about overuse of blueberries. Bring it on. And yesterday I saw a friend that I hadn’t seen in person since like 2002! We have stayed connected via the internet, but it was so good to actually “see” her in real life. I realized how many little nuances I was missing out on because of our internet-only connection for so many years. Anyway, it’s great to step back from the computer every once in a while! :-)

  6. LIz

    I love all the berries in the markets right now—and this pizza is the perfect way to showcase the sweet blueberries I’ve been popping in my mouth :)

  7. Mary@SiftingFocus

    Oh my, Liren!  You knocked it out of the blueberry patch with this one.  Can’t wait to serve it at my next gathering.  Completely WOW!

  8. Erin@WellPlated

    I love your comparison of seasonal ingredients to treasuring time with dear friends. I simply cannot get enough. I’m also loving that you used the blueberries in a savory way. I need to do that more!

  9. Jessica @ nourishedbynutrition

    This post really resonated with me! First, it’s so true that social media and the idea of staying connected through it can keep us apart. It is definite;y not the same as hugging in person or hearing someone laugh. I think we often forget about this. Secondly, I love the idea of a savory blueberry pizza. I just started getting ripe blueberries on my blueberry bushes and this will be such a great way to mix things up! Great job Liren!

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