Simple, kids can make it
*I choose a blend of mozzarella and cheddar cheese. There are pizza blends
Cut partially frozen dough into how many pizza you want. I can make 12 minis or 2 large thin crust or 1 deep dish from the loaf. Let thaw before starting below.
Brown ground beef, drain well. OR dice up ham, quickly brown that. Shape out your crust to thickness, put on greased pan, cornmeal the bottom if you want. Bake the crust on 350 degrees F for about 8 minutes to set it. Then put your toppings on, stick back in and bake at 400 degrees F for 10 or till cheese melted/golden.
|Servings:||varies up to 12|
|Time:||not counting thawing time--15 Minutes Preparation Time|
8 & 10 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: My own kitchen, kids, neighbors' kids, birthday parties for these kids, etc.
By Joyce from Benson MN
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Take 1 loaf french bread (sliced down middle to make 2 halves).
Spread bottled Ranch Dressing over bread halves, this is your "pizza sauce".
Now, place 2-3 Grilled Boneless Chicken Breast sliced in strips over ranch dressing.
Sprinkle 1 can whole kernel corn (drained and pat dry with paper towel) over chicken (may not use but 1/2 the can).
Next, sprinkle sliced green onions over corn. Then, 1-2 tomatoes (seeded and chopped) sprinkled over onions.
Place shredded mozzarella and cheddar cheese over onions and sprinkle with parsley and black pepper. Place in oven on 400 degrees F until cheese is melted!
By Mona from Lumberton, MS
Ingredients and Directions
This is a quick meal that my entire family enjoys. We make this recipe using Italian bread but it can just as easily be made with French bread.
Split a loaf of Italian bread lengthwise. Spread a light coating of butter or margarine over the top of each half and broil until just toasted. Top with your favorite pizza or spaghetti sauce, pizza toppings and cheese. Broil again until cheese is melted. Let cool for 2-3 minutes and then cut into slices.
As a family of 4 we make half of each long piece of bread just the way each individual wants it.
Note: If you omit the first step (toasting the bread) the sauce will soak into the bread instead of staying on top.
By Karen from NH