Stove Top Skillet Pizza

"A favorite of my boys. You can use whatever pizza toppings you like."
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  • Spary a 12 inch stove top skillet with cooking spray.
  • Prepare pizza crust according to package directions.
  • Press dough in skillet making sure dough goes up about a 1/2 inch up the sides of the pan.
  • Put pizza sauce on dough.
  • Put pepperoni, green pepper, and olives over sauce.
  • Top with cheese.
  • Cover and cook over medium heat for about 15 minutes or until crust is brown on bottom and cheese is melted.
  • Slide onto cutting board, cut and serve.

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  1. AwBeth
    Couldn't be easier!! Like the previous reviewer, I used turkey pepperoni and mozzarella. The presentation could be better (looked a little greasy), but the taste was excellent! I added seasoning to the pizza crust mix for a little extra something.
  2. SarahBeth
    This recipe is a five star because it is wonderfully simple yet very yummy. I made it with pizza crust I make in my ABM. I made it in a small omlette skillet so it would be a single serving size. My DH is out of town -- and this is perfect because I can make it smaller for just one instead of making a whole pizza and having a ton left over and eventually go to waste. Thanks for a great flexible recipe. I made with turkey pepperoni and 2% milk fat mozzarella cheese. I am gonna try it with desert toppings next time :) [Made for PRMR tag]


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