We all know that great pizza starts out with a great crust! Since I haven’t mastered a homemade gluten-free crust yet, Bob does the job perfectly!
Sister Nurse usually makes the crust because she is the expert, however; she does warn to cook the crust longer than the package says or else the crust turns out soggy (which I have experienced….)
Since my dad has yet to jump on the veggies-on-your-pizza ban wagon, we make him a separate pizza with turkey pepperoni on it. 🙂
Anyway, cook the crust according to the package (whether you use a GF crust or not).
While your crust is cooking/rising, start preparing your toppings….Tomatoes, Onions, and fresh Basil (or dry if you don’t have fresh).
For the sauce, I just use a can of Ragu, however; feel free to use whatever sauce you prefer. 🙂
First apply the sauce, then line the tomatoes and onions all around….next, sprinkle your fresh basil, garlic powder, and ground pepper. As to serving sizes, I really don’t measure….I would advise to put as much or little as you like. I generally add a lot of all three spices since I love them all. 🙂
Put on your part-skim mozzarella cheese….
Annndd bake away! Usually I only have to put it in for about 5-10 mins. more since the crust is already cooked.
Devour with your family. 🙂
Simple. Quick. Fun. Delicious.
What is your favorite pizza or pizza toppings??