Schüttel-Pizza (Shaken Pizza)

"Super easy and scrumptious. A different way to make pizza."
photo by Jen T photo by Jen T
photo by Jen T
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
Ready In:
1 sheet




  • In a bowl (with a lid) whisk together eggs, milk, flour and herbs. Batter will be thin.
  • Add all other ingredients, seal the bowl with a lid and give it a good shake to make sure everything is evenly coated. Kids love doing this. (or you can just stir it all together).
  • Pour into a 9x13 in baking pan lined with Release foil, spread evenly and top with a bit more cheese.
  • Bake at 400°F/200°C for about 30 minutes, depending on your oven.

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  1. I would not call this a Pizza! It would also never feed 12 people!<br/> It's somewhere between an omlette and a quiche. It was quite bland, but has a lot of possibilities.<br/> I am going to make this with browned, spicy breakfast sausage, will also add some minced garlic and use sharp cheddar cheese. That way it would be great for breakfast or even brunch.
  2. Very colorful and looks exactly like in picture..but..was rather rubbery and tasteless despite all the goodies in it. Sorry..wish we had liked it.
  3. i found this turned out more like a baked savoury omlette. not for us i am afraid
  4. I thought this was really good. I used the cheese that I had on hand (cheddar-jack) and green onions instead of red. My hubby didn't like the peppers (even though they were tiny) so I will try different combinations next time. I also mixed the ingredients ahead of time. Worked great!
  5. This recipe is a little like a crustless quiche. I used 2 eggs & half a cup of flour and havlved all the other ingredients due to a lack of eggs in the house. This worked fine...I cooked it for 25mins in a 7"x11" non stick pan lined with baking paper. The salami I used was a mild one but next time I will use a much stronger one. I have passed this recipe onto my daughter who has just become a 'Tupperware Demonstrator" as I can see that this recipe will work well with their products. Thanks for a great keeper:)



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