Easy Homemade Pizza

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The best part about pizza in my opinion are the ability to add as many toppings as you want! I really enjoy buying takeout pizza but as you know, you get charged for every single topping you want! The fun thing about making your own “homemade” pizza is that you can add or take away or double up on your fave ingredients.

Now, when I say “homemade” the good part about this recipe is that I use refrigerated store-bought crust! You still roll it out and shape it how you want without the time consuming process of preparing your own dough! Who has time for that?!

Let’s make this short and sweet! No measurements required!

As you can see here, fresh basil from the garden, mozerella, deli pepperoni, mushrooms, onions, olives and red & green bell pepper! But you can add pretty much whatever toppings you like!

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I used “NEWMANS OWN” Brand of tomato sauce and added garlic and basil and had it simmering on low heat for 10-20 minutes before adding it to the pizza. IMG_9708

And here we go!!! Fresh dough! This is what makes creating your own pizza easy and fun! You can follow the directions on the dough can, but I opted to roll out the crust, and pre bake it on 350 degrees for 5 minutes. THEN I added my sauce, cheese and toppings.IMG_9710 IMG_9712

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Now on a pizza pan, bake on 350 for 20 minutes or until crust is brown. Make sure you watch and it adjust the temperature accordingly if need be!

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Perfect and delicious! And it’s basically homemade with the exception of the time consuming crust! I highly recommend this recipe for pizza lovers!! IMG_9723

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