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So this isn't even really a recipe, but I realized that with more people cooking at home during the quarantine, people want ideas for things they can stock in their freezers and pantries and prepare quickly and easily. We have been making these semi-homemade pizzas for a several months and love them. Honestly, we like them better than any takeout pizza available locally and they're less expensive to make.
Bonus: Your kids can make dinner and they will probably really like getting to help. Now is the time to take advantage of all of this family time at home and let the kids learn some life skills.
The boys keep begging to make more cooking videos since we did a facebook live making banana bread. We had trouble with our internet connection during our facebook live so I put this video on YouTube. This video was a last minute decision so it's real...no makeup and I wore the same lounge pants and t-shirt for two days. #quarantinestyle
You'll see the ingredients in the video, but our favorite pizza crust is Stonefire (purchased from Kroger). I keep a few extras in the freezer. We also like this pizza crust (amazon link) although it's less expensive at our local grocery. I also keep shredded mozzarella and pepperoni in the freezer. Some pepperoni is shelf stable so you can keep it in the pantry. If you purchase it from a non-refrigerated shelf in the store, it's shelf stable. Onions can store for a couple of months in a pantry. You may like to keep some canned olives and canned pineapple in your pantry too. Pizza is so versatile you can use your favorite toppings based on what you have available.
Preheat oven before assembling pizza. Use oven temperature and recommended time from pizza crust package. Assemble pizza then bake. We bake right on the oven rack (no pan) for a crispier crust.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned work at home Mom blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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