Create your own pizza!


Top left: BBQ Mustard pizza - Top Right:Tzatziki pizza and bottom: Chimichuri & chicken pizza

This was so fun to create our own flavors of pizza. We just used items we had in the fridge and freezer.


Start with Pillsbury Sheet dough. Roll it out with some flour and cut it in half or thirds (depending on how big you want your pizza). Cut all your toppings so they are ready to be added. Below are the ingredients we used for each kind of pizza.





Tzatziki Pizza Ingredients:

Tzatziki sauce

Mozzarella cheese

Parmesan cheese

Gyro meat (diced)

Ground Turkey (cooked)

Spinach

Tomatoes


BBQ Mustard Pizza Ingredients:

BBQ Mustard sauce

Basil Pesto sauce

Cheddar cheese

Rosemary Asagio cheese

Turkey Bacon (cooked)

Ichiban Chicken (diced)

Spinach

Tomatoes


Chimichuri & Chicken Ingredients:

Garlic Alfredo sauce

Basil Pesto sauce

Mozzarella cheese

Parmesan cheese

Tomatoes



Directions:

Preheat oven to 375*. Spray a baking sheet with non-stick cooking spray. Roll out sheet dough with flour and a rolling pin to desired thickness. Cut in half or into thirds. We used two containers of sheet dough, each cut into thirds to make a total of six pizzas. Put dough on baking sheet. Add sauce, cheese and other toppings. Make a nice even amount of each topping, but don't overload the pizza or it will not all cook through evenly. Bake at 375* for 12 - 15 minutes or until all the cheese is melted and the edge of the crust are golden brown.


This recipe is not low-carb because of the crust. However, there are options for pizza crusts that are low-carb out there.

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