Homemade Pizza Times Three

808707_pizzaIf you love pizza, but you don’t love the price tag of take out, you need to learn how to make pizza at home. There are a number of different crusts you can choose when you make homemade pizza. My favorite three crusts to make pizza at home would include English muffin pizzas, flatbread pizzas and actual pizza with fresh dough. Regardless of what you crust you choose, the way you cook them is the same. You prepare your crust, add a layer of sauce and a layer of cheese. Then, you add toppings and bake for about 10 to 15 minutes at 400 degrees. If you use regular crust you need a pizza pan or  a baking sheet. The baking sheet should be coated with cooking spray. If you use English muffins or flatbreads there is no need to spray the baking sheet because they won’t stick. Making pizza at home can be fun, you can try different toppings and crusts. Plus, if you have kids they can help you prepare the pizzas and kids love to cook.

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10 Responses to Homemade Pizza Times Three

  1. Steph says:

    I had never thought about using an English Muffin as a base for a pizza. I’ve used bagels before (love bagel pizza!) but this sounds interesting.

  2. Brandi says:

    My mom & I have been making english muffin pizzas for years. They are so easy, delicious and cost friendly!

  3. Lio says:

    This is realy new for me, i didn’t know about the english muffin pizza, I will give it a try.. It’s sounds realy good

  4. justin hugglepuff says:

    I took your advice, and my brothers died because of it. My mom’s boyfriends third cousin’s friend’s sister died from eating the pizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzaaaaaaaaaa. SHe got a tumor in her stomach and she exploded. she go boom. Now we have to cover her up at her funeral because shes so screwed up. We had to super glue her back together because she was in two pieces.

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  6. carrie says:

    Using cooking spray is just wrong!

  7. Mame says:

    I have been making homemade pizza for years. Have a yummy dough that takes no time at all; in fact, it is very relaxing to pound the heck out of for a few minutes. It rises in about 20 minutes minimum, then put the toppings on, and bake for 15 minutes. Constant raves–I use pesto on it too, adds a special zing to the tomato sauce.

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