Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Pizza Bread

The other night I just didn't feel like cooking. Besides being Monday, it was the first day back from Spring Break and I just couldn't get into the groove of cooking anything. So I reverted back to a staple that I used to make in my childhood.

Pizza Bread.

This is so easy, and so yummy, that your kids could make it. Basically all you do is this:

Get a loaf of french bread. split it in half, or if you want to make individual ones, cut it into thick slices.

Toast the bread under your broiler. Don't butter it.

Slater with pizza sauce.

Top with all the pizza toppings you love. Or have the kids do their own. In the one above I put a bit of cheese, then some chopped red pepper, sliced mushrooms, diced bits of turkey pepperoni, and more cheese.

Bake at about 450 F for a few minutes. Make sure to watch it carefully so that it doesn't burn on you.

Remove from the oven, let cool, and cut into slices. I served it with veggies and dip.

Oh, it was yummy. I might even make some ahead to tuck into Jake's lunches.
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