Pizza. It’s magical. What’s even better is that making some at home doesn’t have to be that hard! Just purchase a ball of dough from your grocery story, heat the oven to 350 degrees, flatten it out on something round or square, and let the creative topping ideas flow!
I started out by baking the dough solo for about five minutes before adding a coating of olive oil and BBQ sauce:
And what’s pizza without cheese?! Throw some of that on there, and lots of it. Maybe even some more BBQ sauce for good measure.
I think that’s good… for now. Throw her (or him) in the oven until the cheese is melted and the crust is golden!
What is this?! Cilantro! I chopped some up. Pizza deserves garnishes, too.
Look how lovely and decorated that looks. It looked so good I had to eat some before even getting a picture.
SEE?! Making pizza doesn’t have to be that bad! You can, of course, overachieve and make your own dough. I’ve done it, but I’m so tired by the end of the process I want nothing to do with pizza. The “semi-homemade” way is just as satisfying. You don’t even need to use a traditional pizza sauce. It’s the perfect way to carb up for a long run. It’s kid friendly. You could make a desert pizza. You can make more than one. It’s good for sharing. Are you sold yet? I’m mostly just hungry…