Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Crazy Crust Pizza

I had posted about crazy crust earlier, and only posted a link. This time, I took pictures and am sharing the recipe. This pizza crust recipe is not a typical yeast crust, but is great when you want to make pizza in a hurry. This is what my husband grew up with, and it is so simple to make that I make it more often than “real” pizza.

DSC_1512Ingredients:

1 cup flour

1 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon Italian seasoning

1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

2 eggs

3/4 cup milk

Mix dry ingredients. Whisk in eggs and milk. Spray pan with cooking spray, pour into pan. This is not a really thick crust. I use it for a 10x13 (or so) pan. If you want to use a larger pan, you will want to double the recipe.

Bake crust at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. If crust bubbles, poke with a fork to release air. Top with pizza sauce and all your favorite toppings. Bake until cheese is melted.

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Yum!

8 comments:

  1. excellent. thanks for sharing this. we make pizza with the boys about once a week and will definitely try this/

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  2. I have pizza on my list of meals for this week! Will have to try this recipe. Thanks so much for sharing it :)

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  3. that looks amazing. I am having my round robin this friday if you want to join in..

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  4. Love the recipe, wanted to comment to let you know that your blog text is not showing up with your background. I had to hightlight (select all) to read it. Hope you can fix it easily. Thanks for all your great tips!

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  5. That looks really good. I have been wanting pizza lately.

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  6. Looks like a sweet recipe. We always order pizza but once in a while you like to have homemade.

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