Pizza Bread Results

Okay folks…I promised  the results of the two recipes previously posted.  Here are the specs on the pizza bread.  I forgot the damn marsh-mellows so couldn’t make the S’mores Brownie Pie, but I promise it will follow soon!

After a trip to Market Basket we headed home with Corinne at the wheel, me riding shotgun, our two puppies in the back seat and the needed ingredients tucked safely away in the trunk, (or in the “boot” if you’re from the South like me)  Four girls on a mission, we peeled into our icy driveway slipping and sliding towards home-plate for much needed pee breaks.

Step one: I sliced the can pizza Imagedough into circles and then cut the circle into fourths.

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Step two: I put the cut dough into a big bowl and added the Mozzarella and Parmesan.

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Step three:  Chopped up the pepperoni and put it in the bowl with the dough and cheeses

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Step four:  Added the Parsley flakes

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Step five:  Added the Olive Oil

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Step six:  Tossed all together with Garlic Powder

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Step seven:  Pour mixture into pan and bake in a 350 degree oven

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Step eight:  Take out of oven…run a knife around the edges of the pan

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End Result:  It tasted good but it fell apart when I tried to get it out of the pan

Things I would do different: 

Omit the pepperoni or choose a leaner choice…the pepperoni was way too greasy

Gently “mesh” the ingredients together instead of just tossing…hopefully this will meld the ingredients and keep them together when done.

Cook longer than 30 minutes in order to cook dough thoroughly

Buy a non-stick pan OR use more PAM

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2 thoughts on “Pizza Bread Results

  1. I’m scouring your recipes looking for something simple to prepare yet tasteful. My parameters include low fat and low carbohydrate. Neither of us are on a particularly low fat diet but we try to keep the fats as healthy as possible. We are both diabetic. I fully realize you are not my personal recipe guru [however I would love to have one]. I think I may buy a premade whole wheat pizza crust today and then add my own toppings. I’m still trying to figure this out as I go. You are indeed a champ for putting the recipes up and also giving the pros and cons. I’ll be back for more visits. Have a great weekend.

    1. My Mom was diabetic as well…I know how much of a challenge that can be. The pizza idea sounds yummy! The good thing about pizza is you can also top it with healthy choices. Maybe I’ll do some research into pizza recipes and post one next Saturday! Thanks for the idea… and thank you so much for reading my blog ❤ I love checking yours out as well!

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