Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Better Than Pizza

I know you won't believe this
so I hope you are sitting down,
I don't like pizza!
You should hear the response from teenagers
when I say that.
After several attempts to try and make
the perfect pizza dough,
I discovered pita pockets.
They are perfect!
The picture above is photographed
using an Italian wrap.
Don't do that - did not work or taste good.
I am usually a white bread sorta gal,
but for the pizza crusts,
the honey wheat pitas are the best.
instead of pizza sauce,
use tomato pesto.
(It's right next to the pizza sauce on the top shelf)
add toppings of your choice.
The pesto is sooo much better than pizza sauce,
and not nearly as sweet. 
This one looks a little bland as
we were out of a few things.
The best part about this is you can make
just one or a whole bunch.  
Or better yet, do assembly line production
and everybody makes their own
so everybody is happy.
We like our pepperoni on top
so it gets crispy.
Bake in the oven at about 400 degrees
for about 12-15 min.
If you were to make several
and freeze them, oven temp. 
should be 425*.
Gobble 'em up.

I am recovering from quilt show and will have pictures to share soon.

Until next time,
Nimble Fingers and Even Stitches


  1. Looks so yummy! I have to make Gluten free dough and its tricky and sticky so i just dont do Pizza much anymore. Have found some GF pizza crusts thiugh and they taste different than the wheat crusts. We always do home made so we will try this !
    I am so excited to see the pictures! Some time i am going to make it to your quilt show!!!!

  2. like you I am not a pizza lover,this one does look tempting. Do sometimes make one on french bread but it tends to fall over in the oven!!Do not like pitta bread, think of myself as not a fussy eater but seem to be more fussy with old age!

  3. I just made homemade pizza yesterday. I usually use pita pockets but I had Naan dough and really didn't feel like making all those tiny rounds. It came out great for my first ever attempt.
    Thanks for sharing at the Creative Home & Garden Hop. Looking forward to seeing what you share this week.