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    1 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    They say American pizza is quite different from authentic Italian pizza. But those in the USA know that is nothing to be ashamed about. American pizza is quite tasty and is possibly the #1 item sold in restaurants today. But you don't have to order out- make this pizza at home and watch how fast it goes bye-bye! The directions might look long, but making the pizza is really very simple and the instructions are just detailed for enjoyable and helpful reading.

    Recipe #282908

    This pizza has tons of flavor. The recipe will make 1 15-inch pizza. The baking time assumes you will be using a pizza stone. If you are using an aluminum pizza pan (or a smaller pizza stone), you will have to compensate. The pizza dough calls for the use of a bread machine, but feel free to make your dough the traditional way as well. Also, although this looks like a long recipe, it comes together quite quickly...especially if you prepare the pesto and toppings while the pizza dough is in the bread machine. Prep time includes rising time as well as cooking time. If you make this completely from scratch, you will have a nice gormet-quality pizza. Alternately, you can take some shortcuts, and throw this pizza together in no time. Use a purchases pizza shell, some pesto from a jar, and even some well drained frozen spinach, and you can have this pizza ready in minutes!

    Recipe #282911

    Pizza for breakfast is one of those guilty pleasures adults are supposed to grow out of when we leave college and start being responsible for families. But with this easy-to-make quiche you can enjoy that beloved flavor responsibly, with vegetables even. ;) Freezes well for OAMC. Don’t be put off by the long prep time. Most of it is draining the spinach and tomatoes.

    Recipe #283053

    Blonde pizza is made without tomato sauce. This makes two large (10 x 15 inch rectangular, or 14-inch round) thin and crispy crust pizza. If a thicker crust is desired, use smaller pans and roll dough thicker. Most of the time is spent waiting for the dough to rise. Made for RSC #11.

    Recipe #282949

    This is a garlicky pizza that includes a white sauce. If you don't want to make your own sauce you can substitute with a little pesto sauce.You can also substitute pita bread in place of the pizza crust.

    Recipe #243418

    2 Reviews |  By COOT226

    This is a basic pizza burger recipe. You can add any meat or vegetable to it that you like on your pizza. The basic recipe is kid friendly - Kids love it !!! I like to use use the smaller hamburger buns. For the Adults Add mushrooms,olives,peppers,pepperoni,canadian bacon, etc.

    Recipe #262714

    Not your usual grilled cheese sandwich.

    Recipe #305545

    1 Reviews |  By 4Susan

    Make it any way you like it! An easy & fast kid pleaser + you'll like it too. One thing I really like about this recipe is that it's a pretty complete meal for my kids -protein, calcium, veggie & grain. Toddlers can hold it easily in their hands and older kids can make it themselves. And YOU can spice it up to your hearts content :) This recipe is for 20 burritos, but you can make as few or as many as you'd like. (My oldest likes them for breakfast & also takes them cold for school lunch)

    Recipe #149719

    From TOH, they sound yummy AND kid friendly! I leave out the green peppers because we don't like them,. but you could use whatever pizza topping your family likes.

    Recipe #320850

    I just found this recipe in a Taste of Home magazine and can't wait to try it...

    Recipe #316463

    From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #156566

    From Southern Living. Very kid friendly.

    Recipe #150160

    Impress everyone with these delicious Calzones. The filling is what I enjoy, but just like a pizza it can be adapted to any taste.

    Recipe #10511

    My daughter had this at school one day and brought the recipe home with her. She said it was so good and that I just had to make it for her. It maybe a recipe from the National Egg Council, but I am not sure.

    Recipe #23007

    We had a brunch to plan, and my husband had the odd idea of making a calzone but with breakfast items inside of it. It turned out to be delicious, and we have made it several times since. Its easy to make, and you can add just about any ingredients you want.

    Recipe #184707

    I got this from a friend who highly recommended it. I made this the other night for me and the DH and it was a huge hit!! Even shared with a friend of mine and she loved it too!!!

    Recipe #180378

    3 Reviews |  By Mercy

    I ask you this, why don't more people know about these wonderful Nebraska treats? If I had the money to franchise a Runza restaurant in Florida, it would be a veritable cash machine! Cha-ching! I originally experienced these little wonders in their Nebraska homeland when I spent one memorable summer milking cows and swathing hay. After I returned to Florida, I experimented again and again trying to achieve the same level of yumminess. This recipe is close, but I still envy all those Cornhuskers who can purchase these yummies from a drive-through window.

    Recipe #91466

    I got this recipe from Quick Cooking magazine a few years back. My children like it, so it is an easy snack when we have movie night!

    Recipe #85540

    Recipe #26564

    A bread machine makes having homemade pizza as easy as using a storebought pizza! I use this for pizzas and calzones. Prep and cook time do not include time in dough cycle. My dough cycle is 1 hour and 30 minutes long. This recipe makes a ton of dough if you like a thinner crust like me, it makes 1 large thick crust pizza, it also makes six 6-inch calzones. It is crispy and flavorful, I like to sub some whole wheat flour for real artisan taste!

    Recipe #143045

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