Friday, February 11, 2011
Each person in the family grabs a sandwich thin and creates the pizza exactly the way they want it. The ones that want plain cheese get their cheese. The ones that want pepperoni, get their pepperoni. My son's friend, who is allergic to milk, can make his without cheese. And I'll even make a bruschetta topping for the adults.
1 package sandwich thins*
Mozzarella or Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
Desired toppings: Pepperoni, ham, veggies, bruschetta, etc.
Directions: Split sandwich thins, if desired, otherwise place on baking sheet.
This is a picture of an unsplit sandwich thin, which is the way I prefer to make my pizza. A couple of my children prefer them ultra thin (as pictured below).
Spread pizza sauce over each thin, then top with shredded cheese and desired toppings. Bake at 425 degrees for 5-7 minutes or until golden brown. Enjoy!
*NOTE: I used Arnold brand sandwich thins, which is the same as the Orowheat brand in the west, and should be readily available in the bread sections of most grocery stores. I've also seen store brands (such as Trader Joes) carry them.