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This was ok for us. If you don't have the time or the ingredients for real pizza crust, this will work. I will save it in the recipe file just in case.
Pretty tasty and super easy. I added garlic powder, italian seasoning, and grated parmesan cheese to the crust. I had to triple the recipe to cover two small cookie sheets. Take the time to spread it as thin as possible, it puffs up when it cooks.
i used the dough to make a different kind of pizza.....or pizza-like thing.....i put sliced cheese on first, spread a little pesto...i like "classico" in that clever little jar....then some very thinly sliced veggies...red onions, bell peppers, mushrooms, plum tomatoes, whatever is in the crisper drawer....sprinkle a little parmesan if you want, and bake it...it's not pizza, but it's real good. kat.
While this is not the best pizza I have ever eaten, it is so incredibly easy to make that it will be made a lot here. I keep a bag of Fat Free Supposed Bisquick Copycat Baking Mix in the freezer so I used that plus the add-in required by the recipe. Then I used what was left of a jar of spaghetti sauce and put some shredded cheese on top. My kids don't like sandwhiches in their school lunches but love cold pizza. This is an easy way to make it quickly and they really enjoyed it. Thanks!
Excellent,have made this many times.
Great recipe !Loved it.Thanks for sharing.
Extra-easy is right! There is almost no work at all making this and kids love it! Next time I'm having my son make it! Thanks for sharing this super easy supper!