Friday, January 16, 2009

Friday Night Pizza

It was pizza night at my house tonight. I like to do personal pizzas; then everyone can have their favorite toppings.

I mostly use the Chef Boyardee Pizza Kits. I love the sauce and the dough is really easy to make.

First up... pizzas for Bobby & Lilly.
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Some Red Sauce
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Some parmesan
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Some shredded Mozzarella and Smoked Provolone
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For Lilly on the left - Pepperoni & Black Olives
For Bobby on the right - Pepperoni, Sausage & Extra Cheese
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Lilly's Pepperoni & Black Olive
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Bobby's Pepperoni, Sausage & Extra Cheese
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For Jon... Pepperoni, Sausage & Black Olive
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Tawny & I had White Pizza. It's the first time I tried making it at home. It could have been a little more garlicky, but it was really good!

I brushed the crusts with Garlic Oil & sprinkled on some minced Garlic & some Parmesan
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Now some shredded Mozzarella & Smoked Provolone and Baby Spinach
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Some thinly sliced Tomatoes & Mushrooms
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Some crumbled Feta
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Some more shredded Mozzarella & Smoked Provolone & some Italian Herbs
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Yummy White Pizzas
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I get 6 - 4oz dough balls from one box of Chef Boyardee... so the extra is just cheese and a little minced Garlic... Parmesan, Feta, Mozzarella, and Smoked Provolone w/Red Sauce
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And... cuz I like to be able to grab a slice of cold pizza in the middle of the night or for breakfast....

I made another box!

A big Cheese - Parmesan, Cheddar, Mozzarella and Smoked Provolone
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And a big Pepperoni
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10 comments:

Culinary Alchemist said...

Absolutely AMAZING... I cannot believe how many you made, and they ALL look delectable... Mangia!!!

Spryte said...

Everyone likes them a little different =)

Bob said...

Those all look awesome. Man, I so need to make pizza tomorrow. What temp do you cook them at? Is that parchment they are on?

Spryte said...

Yup... I always do my pizza on parchment. I bake them at 425F until they look all golden.

I think I'll go grab a breakfast slice now!! (unless of course the kids have already devoured it)

Reeni♥ said...

They all look so yummy!! I love leftover pizza for breakfast, that's the best!

Desmone007 said...

Awesome! Yummy! Mouth-watering! What else can I say...makes me feel like making some pizza now...
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nicole said...

I just commented on this but I don't know if it went. I just said those pizza looked so good and thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting because now I get to see all the good things you cook.I'm glad you and your family enjoyed the sloppy joes. Thanks for posting about it.

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Cathy said...

Great looking pizzas! Funny how great minds think alike--I have pizza dough rising right now. I love the white pizza's too, but I just got a boatload of tomatoes from a friend and I think I'm going to make some sauce this time.

anne said...

Look yummy... we just made a white one exactly that way (minust the mushrooms) last night... except we use my homemade bread dough... yummy! Mine could've used a little more garlic too... so don't be shy with the garlic peeps! I used 2 cloves, but our pizza was probably double that size...