These are such a classic childhood favorite!
My boys love them and even though I'm not mixing my protein and carbs normally, I will sneak one on occasion when I make them.
They are easy and good. So good.
Start with a good tomato sauce.
Do me a favor, read the ingredients.
Things to avoid (in my book):
High Fructose Corn Syrup, Corn Syrup, Sugar, MSG, words you can't pronounce, junk.
Pick a sauce with regular whole ingredients that you find in nature. Tomatoes, Basil, carrots, peppers..
Better yet, make your own.
I like to use Ezekiel breads because they are made with sprouted whole grains and combined together, they make one whole protein.
Try a whole grain type of English Muffin or bagel.
Smear a bit of sauce on each half.
Add a few slices of cheese.
I happened to have Extra Sharp Cheddar which my boys love.
Bake the pizzas in a 350 degree (F) oven for 10 minutes or so, till browned.
Hot crispy goodness.
Serve with a crunchy side salad and you have yourself a nice little lunch or dinner, or snack without all kinds of preservatives and ucky stuff.
The Lunch Lady
this is awesome, I have this for lunch a lot! I want to add another item to your mini-pizzas: Williams-Sonoma sells a pizza spice (a bunch of different spices blended together) that you can sprinkle on right before you cook it. The spices even smell like pizza. I think a small container is around $6. Yum!
That is a good, quick way to get a pizza! :) -Chanley
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