Monday, July 22, 2013

The easiest, most delicious, healthy pizza you will ever make

Delicious, healthy, easy pizza in 5 steps:

  1. Go to Aldi-I-love-that-place.  If you are in the greater Metro Nashville area, try to swing by before my husband does so that the item in question will still be available (don't ask which Aldi--any Aldi).
  2. Purchase a package of Fit & Active Flatbread as pictured above.  If you happen to have gotten to Aldi after my husband, just do the best you can.
  3. When you get home, preheat your oven to 400ºF.  Meanwhile, prep your toppings:  cheese(s) of your choice, veggies, meats, fruits--I'm not the boss of you, but I strongly recommend you consider bacon.
  4. When the oven is hot, brush a flatbread with some olive oil and toast it on a parchment-lined baking sheet for about 5 minutes or until it is lightly crisp.  Not cracker-straight-out-of-the-package crisp, but kind of cracker-that-has-gone-stale crisp.  Crisp-ish.  This is not a science, people--it's an art--just decide how crisp you want it and that is when you take it out.
  5. Take said crisp-ish flatbread out of the oven, spread on a little tomato sauce, the cheese(s) and other toppings, then put that delicious beauty back in the oven for about 5-8 minutes or until the toppings suit you but before the cheese burns.
BAM.  Done.  This will end forever my quest for a perfect pizza solution for the different eaters I feed--now everybody can have what they like, and practically whenever they like too.

Tip:  this bread freezes very well, which is a good thing because we stocked up on it to the tune of more than a dozen packages.  Hurray!  Pizza on demand for a good long time.

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