Taco Pizza

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This Taco Pizza is loaded with refried beans, seasoned ground beef and all your favorite taco toppings! It has become my family’s favorite and I know it will be yours too!

Taco PizzaTaco Pizza is probably one of my favorite recipes I’ve blogged about. It makes the Top 5 list, for sure. We loved everything about it. The amazing taco flavor, the colors of all the veggies, and of course that fact that it’s a pizza! 🙂 It also made for some delicious leftovers!

This is the kind of recipe that goes into my ‘special’ recipe box. It’s hidden away in my pantry, and only the ‘best of the best’ recipes go inside. This one went in as soon as I was done eating. I will be making this forever! It is really, really awesome!

Taco PizzaOne quick note on the pizza dough. You do not need to use the canned refrigerated dough if you’re not a fan. I love using my HOMEMADE PIZZA DOUGH! It is the best, and when I tried making this pizza with my homemade dough, it was all the better!



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Taco Pizza

Seasoned ground beef, refried beans, and all your favorite taco toppings are what make this pizza amazing!
Author Holly


  • 1 pound lean ground beef
  • 1 envelope taco seasoning mix
  • 1 10 ounce can refrigerated Pillsbury pizza dough
  • 1 16 ounce can refried beans
  • 2-3 cups shredded cheddar cheese I used Colby and Monterey Jack cheese
  • 1/2 cup chopped tomatoes
  • 1/4 cup sliced black olives
  • 4 green onions chopped


  • Heat oven to 375 degrees. Brown ground beef in a large skillet, over medium-high heat. Drain grease. Add taco seasoning to the ground beef according to package directions.
  • Unroll pizza dough onto an ungreased cookie sheet. (I used a 10×15 inch cookie sheet). Let dough sit at room temperature for 5 minutes. Press dough over the bottom and up along all 4 sides the of cookie sheet. Bake pizza dough for 8-10 minutes, or until lightly golden. Remove from oven.
  • Place refried beans into a microwavable-safe bowl. Microwave for 1 minute. Stir well and then spread beans evenly over the top of the warm pizza crust. Top with the cooked ground beef mixture, sprinkle with cheese and then add the tomatoes, black olives and green onion.
  • Return to oven and bake another 5-7 minutes, or until cheese is melted. Serve immediately and enjoy!
  • Store any leftovers in an air-tight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.



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    1. wow they are so great my family made it all together and we ate in seconds flat so think i should come to this website more often

  1. Well why didn’t I think of that?? My boyfriend and I both love Mexican food and pizza, so it just seems logical to combine the best foods on the planet into one. Looks just perfect!

  2. Oh man – I guess I will have to try this. Did you actually eat it with the lettuce on top? Just wondering so I know how to serve mine. BTW – I made your fajitas and they were yummy!!

  3. Thank you! I made this for dinner tonight just as you wrote it, except I used homemade pizza dough, and it was happily and quickly inhaled by everyone. This is a definite keeper, I loved it, thanks for sharing!!!

  4. Taco pizza is a favorite around here too! Of course taco anything gets eaten pretty fast around here:-) Yours looks so delicious and pretty!!! I’m going to try sour cream next time I make it!!!

  5. Made this for dinner tonight and it was so yummy!!! Will be making it again for sure. Cant wait to try some of your other recipes 🙂

  6. Thank you! I made this for dinner tonight just as you wrote it, except I used homemade pizza dough, and it was happily and quickly inhaled by everyone. This is a definite keeper, I loved it, thanks for sharing!!!
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  7. I made this last Friday and loved it! Will definitely be adding it to my list of things to make often. Was quick and easy but so yummy! 🙂 Thanks!

  8. This is an AMAZING recipe!! It will be featured as the “Daily Nosh” on Monday July 23rd at VirtualWineBar.com. I’ve paired it with a bottle of Menage a Trois California Red Wine.


  9. Thank you for posting this recipe. I was inspired!

    I made a few adjustments, using homemade pizza dough. And I used ground chicken breast seasoned with garlic, onions, cumin, coriander, salt, pepper and a little chili powder. Basically mixing my own taco seasoning packet 🙂

    I made fresh guac to go with it and my husband and I just LOVED the pizza! Thanks again 🙂

  10. I made this tonight for dinner and it was a hit the hubby and kids loved it. I added a few things, to the meat i added red onion and yellow bell peppers then i sprinkled chopped jalapenos on top.

  11. a few of my grandchildren deciced they wanted to spend the weekend and while doing so decided to look for something they themselve could make for themand grandma for lunch while i was out doing things in the garden,so to make a long story short when asked if they could make lunch i said sure but no cooking on the stove.thinking that would save them geyying hurt in any way.i half exoecte beanut butter and jelly or ham and chesse sandwiches and chips or something but what got was This wonderful Taco Pizza.,I always keep taco meat made up i the freezer along with all the other things in which to make easy fast dishes for them needless to say i was delighted and surprized.,when i askes how they did it I was told thats for us to know and you to enjoy.well I did and i think that if a 14,10 and very very smart 3 yr old can make this its simply wonderful.thank you and it took some work but i bribed the 10 yr old into telling my where he found it thank goodness the computer has history,lol,and bookmarking.its something every mother or grandmother should try to make with their little taco lovers.thank you From a grandmother

  12. I want to try this, but not a fan of refried beans. Suggestions for substituting – black beans maybe? or just no

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