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astrocreep
Tue, Jan-11-05, 17:44
Yes ladies and gents, you read right: REAL PIZZA CRUST

Ingredients:
Atkins white bread mix

Directions:

Follow directions on back of box in terms of ingredients. Allow to rise the first time then divide into 10-15 small balls (depending on how big you want your crusts). Heat oven to 400 and break out a clay pizza tray or a mesh pizza tray. Roll out the balls into very thin crusts. I dusted my work surface with mini carb bake mix. Gently transfer 1 crust to the pan and pop in the oven for 1-2 mins, flip, bake 1-2 mins. Remove. Allow to cool. Store as desired. I froze mine so they will last a long time.

VARIATIONS:
Add garlic powder to dough
AND/OR
chopped basil
AND/OR
chopped oregano
AND/OR
red pepper flakes
AND/OR
parmesan cheese
AND/OR
olive oil

TOP AS DESIRED.....
SPINACH
HAM
BACON
SAUSAGE
PEPPERONI
MINI MEATBALLS
CHICKEN (W/ LC BBQ SAUCE)
PROSCUITTO
BELL PEPPERS
ONIONS
PLUM TOMATOES
OLIVES
ARTICHOKES
BROCCOLI
ZUCCHINI
TOMATO SAUCE
MOZZARELLA
PROVOLONE
SWISS
RICOTTA
GUYERE
SMOKED MOZZARELLA
PARMESAN
CHEDDAR
MONTEREY

astrocreep
Sat, Jan-15-05, 22:48
Just wanted to update my own post, LMAO. I made pizza for dinner tonight and took a pic for you all to drool over, LMAO. So here it is....

datahamstr
Tue, Jan-25-05, 15:26
this sounds great Astro---do you think it would work to make a medium size pizza crust instead of small ones, or does the dough break apart?

Thanks much,
Leigh

astrocreep
Wed, Jan-26-05, 22:22
Sure I think it would work! Just would require some delicacy getting it on the pan, maybe fold it in quarters and then gently transfer it? Kinda like a pie crust, ya know? Or hey yeah even better roll it up on the rolling pin and then unroll it on the baking sheet. That could work too! I just choose little pizzas for easy individual servings =)