This is a Pampered Chef recipe I had recently at a party I hosted. It is incredible! It is absolutely to die for! Prep time includes baking the pie shell, but not cooling it. Cooking time is dressing the pizza.
I attended a Pampered Chef party and had this taco ring. I had ate them many times but was always to scared to make one. It's so easy--took me a few times to make it look pretty but it's really simple to do, just experiment around with it. My kids now request these instead of regular tacos. I was out of black olives tonight, so I used green--the toppings are your personal choice really! Makes 16 rolls but we can't eat just one!
Very easy recipe since you can use your favorite bottled sauce. This is a Pampered Chef recipe that I "tweaked" to our liking. I use the PC deep dish baker with the baking bowl as the cover. But I'm sure that a covered roasting pan or tightly covered metal baking pan would work fine.
This is a Pampered Chef recipe, that I had at a girlfriends party that she hosted, where it was of course , served as a party snack/appetizer. I thought it was quite yummy and I have since made it at home as a main dish with a salad.
I went to a "Pampered Chef" party recently and this was the demonstration. I was so amazed with the flavor of this pizza. I usually don't prefer raw veggies but one bite and I was hooked. I think this is a wonderful and fun way to get kids to eat their vegetables.