Naan Pizzas with Classico Tomato and Basil Sauce


I’ll admit, I’m always happy to be getting free food, so I was super excited to have received the Classico Organic Tomato & Basil Tomato Sauce via Influencer! I couldn’t just say hey look at the jar, try this out. That wouldn't make too much sense, and if I’m truly talking about the product, I have to use it.

I have always liked Classico sauce and have used it many times, especially their vodka sauce. I was pretty happy to see that they now have an organic line and of course I tomato and basil was my go to flavor.

I thought about different ways I could make this, and I definitely didn’t want to just put it over noodles, so I decided to make one of my tried and true recipes—Naan pizza!

I honestly haven’t made this in awhile, but it was a go-to recipe for me a couple summers ago. It was so tasty with fresh basil and fabulous balsamic! It’s super quick and easy, but it is also tasty, filling, and pretty. Here is the recipe I used!


Jar of Classico Organic Tomato Basil Sauce

Naan Flatbreads (I’ve used both the larger and smaller sizes—I went for the toaster size for personal naan pizzas! They toasted up a little more quickly!(

Slices of Mozzarella Cheese

Williams Sonoma Balsalmic

Olive Oil

  1. Preheat the Oven to 425 degrees

  2. Brush the naan bread with olive oil

  3. Top with tomato sauce

  4. I went ahead and cooked these in the oven as I wanted the sauce to warm up and the naan to toast. I probably could have added the mozzarella a little sooner. My biggest thing was to avoid soggy and soft naan bread. I wanted it crispier.

  5. Once the sauce was warmed through and the naan was turning golden brown on the edges and slightly crispy, I added slices of mozzarella. Cooked into the oven until mozzarella was melted, and naan was done to my liking.

  6. I drizzled with balsamic vinegarette and topped with basil. Done in 10 minutes or less!

This is a great recipe for a night you need something quick. it’s also a great appetizer, as it looks pretty, is great with wine, and easy to eat!

I’ve linked up all the items I could find below!