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Homemade Pizza Recipe

Updated on November 9, 2012
Homemade garden fresh pizza
Homemade garden fresh pizza

Easy and Healthy Homemade Pizza

Who does not love pizza? For sure many do. But do you know you can make pizza at home? Well if you are craving for pizza now, you can actually make your own using you ordinary oven toaster. It is just so simple and it takes little time and some ordinary ingredients. You can customize it in accordance with your taste to enjoy it more. If you are healthy conscious then do try this garden fresh pizza. All you need to have are the following ingredients

Whole-wheat bread

Tomato sauce

Quick melt cheese

Kraft cheese

Pineapple tidbits

Strips of green bell pepper

Slices of tomatoes

Slices of onions

Slices of canned mushroom (optional)

Black or green olives (optional)

Mozzarella cheese or white cheese (optional)

Hot sauce

First, using your oven toaster, toast your whole wheat bread slices a bit. Once done, spread some tomato sauce over (not so much though to avoid making your pizza too sour). Then, top up with grated quick melt cheese then some Kraft cheese. Then, add the slices of onions, bell pepper, tomatoes and pineapple tidbits. If you are not tight on budget you may add up the optional ingredients such as mushroom, olives, mozzarella or white cheese. However don’t think that without these optional items, your homemade pizza will not be good. Even without them your pizza will still be very delightful.

When the topping is done, put the slices of pizza in your oven toaster. Cook till the cheese melt or till the toppings turn a bit brownish as you wish them to be. When done add some hot sauce to complete the taste. Then it is your turn to eat and enjoy your homemade pizza with a nice cold drink. See if you won’t get addicted to its crunchy, sweet-sour and spicy taste.

Now for people who wants some meat on the pizza. You may add left over strips of roasted chicken if you wish.

Go and start making your own pizza at home and enjoy eating with your family.


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      6 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      This looks gooood! Never thought of making my own pizza! Everytime just go online and order Domino or Pizza Hut. Get to save money now. Thanks!


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