Homemade Pizza

Homemade Pizza

Homemade Pizza Supper

Is there anything more fun than a make-your-own-pizza-dinner?

I don’t think so.

It’s a fun meal and easy to pull off (especially if you have some pizza crusts in the freezer).

Don’t worry if you don’t have any crusts- here is my favorite pizza dough recipe – It only takes a few minutes to make.

In addition to the pizza crusts, you are going to need some pizza sauce.  I make mine (recipe here) but some organic pizza sauce from a store will do just fine.

Before you call the troops into the kitchen for dinner, get the toppings ready.

Topping ideas: 

  1. cooked ham
  2. cooked sausage
  3. peppers
  4. tomatoes
  5. onions
  6. fresh mozzarella (or grated)
  7. pineapple
  8. mushrooms
  9. pepperoni
  10. Canadian bacon
  11. bacon
  12. anchovies
  13. fresh basil
  14. or whatever else you love on pizza

Set out the assembly line in this order:  crusts first, sauce second, toppings third and cheese last.  We save the fresh basil for after baking.

Once the pizza crusts are ready and the toppings are chopped all that is left to do is tell everyone to come and make their own dinners.

This meal is so fun.  I usually manage the oven while enjoying a glass of vino.

  1. Heat the oven (or ovens) to 450 degrees.
  2. Let the family assemble their creations.
  3. Shove the pizzas in the oven and keep an eye on the pies as they bake.

It only takes about 8-10 minutes for the crust to be crisp and the cheese melted.

Come to Mama!

This deliciousness is as healthy as it is scrumptious!

XO,

CJ

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Homemade Pizza
Pizza dough made with freshly milled flour makes this pizza stand out. Fantastic flavor and super healthy.
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Recipe Notes

First, grab some pizza crusts.  If you don't have any on hand, make up a batch of pizza dough (recipe here) and pre-bake the crusts a few minutes (5 minutes in a 450-degree oven) so they can be handled.

Next, get the toppings ready.  Topping ideas:  cooked ham, cooked sausage, peppers, tomatoes, onions, fresh basil, fresh mozzarella (or grated), pineapple, mushrooms, pepperoni, Canadian bacon, anchovies, or whatever else you love on pizza.

Once the pizza crusts are ready and the toppings are chopped all that is left to do is tell everyone to come and make their own dinners.

Set out the assembly line in this order:  crusts first, sauce second, toppings third and cheese last.  We save the fresh basil for after baking.

Heat the oven (or ovens) to 450 degrees.  Let the family assemble their creations.  Bake 8-10 minutes (until the crust is crisp and the cheese is melted).

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