No time? No problem! Flat Outs can be used for just about everything…from Berry Turkey Wraps to Pizza! As you probably already know, I love pizza. Any topping, any type.
I made these pizzas from start to finish in a little under 10 minutes and I used the toaster oven so I didn’t have to heat up the house with my oven. Perfect for a busy summer night!
Flat Out Pizza
Time: 10 minutes
1 piece of Flat Out bread
fresh spinach leaves
peppers and onions, frozen
crushed red pepper
Top Flat Out with pizza sauce and layer, beginning with spinach, the remaining ingredients.
Toast in the toaster oven, or broil in the regular oven, until cheese is melted. Yum!
- Add any ingredients you want. Pizzas are a place to play around!
I have recently become a huge fan of the pizza dough that comes in a bag… you know, the kind you have to add hot water to and let rise for 5 minutes… Anyway, I’ve become a fan, not just because of the 57¢ price tag, but because of the golden and crispy thin crust it produces.
I’ve never considered myself a thin crust girl. But lately, I’ve been craving the crunch!
Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza
Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 4 or so…
1 bag pizza dough mix, prepared according to package directions
1 c. pizza sauce
1 handful pepperonis
1 tbsp. jalapeños
1/3 c. bell pepper and onion blend (found in the freezer section)
1 c. mozzarella or Italian blend cheese, shredded
sprinkle of garlic powder
sprinkle Italian seasoning
sprinkle crushed red pepper flakes
Preheat oven to 475°. Prepare crust according to package directions. Roll out dough as thin as you can on a greased baking stone or cookie sheet.
Bake for 5 minutes. Top with remaining ingredients and sprinkle with spices. Bake an additional 9-12 minutes until golden brown and bubbly. Yum!
- Obviously, all ingredients are optional. Try your own combo of meats and veggies. Mushrooms and olives are always a good addition. I just didn’t have any on hand.
- I accidentally bought sweet hot jalapeños instead of the normal hot kind. They were surprisingly yummy. I like the normal kind the best, though.
- If you don’t have pizza dough, try using spaghetti sauce. Spaghetti sauce is thinner that pizza sauce so you might want to thicken it a little with cornstarch to avoid a soggy crust.