Monday, May 15, 2017

Personal Pan Pizza

Hello all!
Everyone loves a good pizza right?  Why not stay in and make your own Pizza's?  This recipe is so much fun and so easy to make!  Sometimes staying in and just making fun dishes like this is all you need to have a good time.

We didn't make this dish fully from scratch, we did buy the pizza dough.  This makes the process so much easier.  You can make your own pizza dough and there are lots of great videos to watch but if you want to skip this step we totally understand!  Below are all the ingredients and directions!

Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cook Time: 10 Minutes
Total Time: 15 Minutes

Pizza Dough White or Wheat (we used regular store bought)
Pinch of flour
Red Sauce: (Sauce to your liking)
Mozzarella Cheese: Cheese to your liking
Pepperoni: (Your preference) 

You can also add what ever toppings you would like as well!

Take the Pizza dough you made or bought and cut a good sized piece off.
Start to work the dough and make it in the shape of the Pizza's.
In pan or Cast Iron Skillet use medium to high heat.  
Place a bit of oil in and place the pizza dough in the pan cooking for several minutes.
After several minutes flip the dough over.
Place some of the sauce and spread it around then add other toppings.
Set your oven to broil or a very high heat.
Make sure the pan is oven safe and place the whole pan in the oven to cook for several minutes.
Check and when done remove and slice the pizza out.
Cut up and serve!

Here are a few we made!

We think you will really enjoy this dish because it is a lot of fun and you can make what ever style pizza you wish!  We made these a few nights and really just had so much fun with them.  This dish really isn't hard to make and we think you will enjoy it!  Below is the video we made so be sure to check it out!

     We hope you enjoyed this post and please be sure to watch the video and try this out!  If you have any ideas or questions leave a comment!  We do hope you are enjoying what we are sharing and have a great rest of your day!


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