By Pets'R'us on February 23, 2006
Photo by gailanng
Photo by gailanng
"Nice appetizer or you could make this for lunch."
Serving Size: 1 (764 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"I had caught a glimpse of my behiney in the mirror and yelled, "Who the hell's in my house?" Diet friendly so I'm going to eat one for lunch everyday this week."
"These were really good and easy to make! I love mushrooms on my pizzas, so this was no exception. I added a little more parmesan, because I'm such a cheese lover. Really great pizzas!"
"Made for ThinkPink October 2010 in honor of PetsRUs herself. Petsie this is light and airy and summer all rolled into one. I used the last of my cherry tomatoes from the vine and fresh basil from my garden. I did leave off mushrooms (preference) but added in soem chopped sausage bits. I will make this again as it was so easy and delightful to have for a wuick and delightful lunch today. God Bless."
"Great idea for a quick lunch! I made some cheese and tomato ones and some mushroom and bacon ones. Did not have any green pepper, but will try it with them next time. We served them whole, cut in halves with salad, merci encore Annelies! Get well soon. Karen/FT:-)"
"We didn't know what to eat for dinner so at the last minute I defrosted pita bread to do this recipe. I omitted the onion. I used orange bell pepper, 1 roma tomato, dried basil leaves and just mozzarella. We liked them but next time I may brush the pita bread with pesto or pizza sauce to give it more flavour. Thanks Petsrus :) Made for your Cookathon. I'm thinking of you (((hugs)))"
"Excellent Pets. I've got to figure a way to make this on the grill for summer time. A very versital recipe. I used the jar roasted red peppers in place of the green, but other than that stuck with the recipe. Loved it. Thanks."
"I made these tasty little pizzas for dinner instead of an appetizer. The use of fresh ingredients is the key to making them. The vegetables were crisp tender by the cooking time specified. They were served with a side salad for a light dinner entree."