Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas


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One of my childhood luxuries was going to Pizza Hut, about a half hour’s drive away, and ordering a personal-sized pan pizza.

No one could contaminate my personal pizza with their sausage, green peppers, onions, or try to steal the last piece because it was all mine. Personal.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

None of this cheese on one half, meat lover’s on the other half business. I wanted my own.

My personal pan pizza toppings were simply cheese, pineapple, and hot pepper flakes. Not much has changed in a couple decades because that’s still what I use to top my pizzas.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza

Unless I realize that I’m out of frozen pineapple chunks, don’t have canned pineapple, but have frozen mango instead.

Slices of Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza

I adore mango.

I could eat it plain, in cookies, and evidently now on pizza.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

In 10 minutes I had crispy and crunchy perfect little personal-sized pizzas.

The tortillas shells crisped up wonderfully. I only like extra crispy and thin pizza crust. Why waste all those calories eating thick pizza dough when you could eat this dough?

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

The mango was juicy and its sweetness and flavor intensified while baking.

It was definitely a happy accident that I was out of pineapple. And when it’s peach or apricot season, they are fabulous on pizza, too.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza slices

The inspiration behind these pizzas came from a care package of La Tortilla Factory tortillas that I received.

I spied a jar of tomato sauce that was lurking in the back of my cupboard and pizza making ensued.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza

They’re as easy as dolloping a little red sauce onto the tortillas and adding shredded cheese.

Make sure to leave a bit of space around the perimeter so you don’t have a cheese overflow situation. Wasting melted cheese that has gotten stuck to a baking sheet would be almost as horrific as wasting frosting inside a piping bag.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

Top the with diced mango and basil.

I didn’t use fresh mango and I didn’t use fresh basil. The dried basil in a spice jar from Trader Joe’s worked just fine and so did their frozen mango chunks but if you have fresh of either, you’re lucky. Use those.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

I thought about customizing our pizzas: Scott’s with pepperoni, mine with extra hot pepper flakes, Skylar’s with extra cheese, but I didn’t.

But you totally could and should.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza slices

You should throw a pizza party and make life on a Wednesday more fun. You can pretend you’re eight years old at Pizza Hut when in reality you have bills to pay and won’t be ordering personal pan pizzas from a restaurant any time soon when you can just make tortilla pizzas at home for about 25 cents each, give or take.

And yes, this was every bit as fabulous as it looks. Of course, when I see mango my heart skips a beat and I get very excited.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza

At the very least, the thought of pizza with about 48 seconds of prep time and 10 minutes of baking time should have you excited.

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizza and slices

Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

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Mango Basil Personal-Sized Tortilla Pizzas

By Averie Sunshine
The perfect solution for everyone in the family to customize their pizza and make it just the way they want it. Top your pizza with your favorite toppings from pepperoni and sausage to extra veggies. Since the pizza crust is made with a tortilla shell, pizzas made this way not only bake up very fast, but they’re lighter in fat and calories.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4
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  • 4 small tortilla shells
  • ½ cup tomato sauce or pizza sauce, I used Newman’s Own tomato basil sauce
  • 1 cup shredded cheese, I used a Mexican-style mixture
  • cup diced mango, I diced a handful of TJ’s frozen mango chunks; also try peaches, apricots, nectarines, strawberries – either frozen or fresh when they are in season
  • 2 tablespoons chopped basil, I used dried basil, not fresh
  • pinches of salt, black pepper, red pepper flakes, oregano, all are optional and to taste


  • Preheat oven to 425F. Place tortilla shells on a baking sheet and spread about 2 tablespoons of sauce on each shell, taking care not to spread within approximately 1 inch of the perimeter, to allow for expansion while baking.
  • Evenly sprinkle about 1/4 cup of cheese per tortilla.
  • Sprinkle the diced mango equally among the shells, about 2 tablespoons sprinkled on top of each.
  • Sprinkle each tortilla with a generous pinch of basil, and optionally season with any remaining seasonings, to taste.
  • Bake for 10 minutes, or until cheese is melted and edges of the tortillas begin to brown. Rotating pan once halfway through baking will help the cheese to melt more evenly and the tortilla shells to brown more evenly.
  • Pizzas are best warm and fresh, serve immediately.


Serving: 1, Calories: 142kcal, Carbohydrates: 7g, Protein: 7g, Fat: 10g, Saturated Fat: 5g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g, Cholesterol: 28mg, Sodium: 418mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 4g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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