Homemade Pizza!


Who doesn't love pizza? Me! Lol, to be honest I'm not a huge pizza lover, but for some reason, when I smell or see others with it, I decide to jump on the bandwagon. Though I am technically not suppose to eat pizza, due to a dairy intolerance, I find it hard to resist. When I discovered a lactose-free cheese at Sprout Farmer's Market, I knew it was time for me to make my own pizza. It ended up being one of the simplest meals I've ever made. Let's get started!


The crust was made from a whole wheat dough that I purchased from Trader Joe's. The dough came in a ball and all I had to do was flatten it and add my toppings.


Similar to the crust, I cheated on the sauce. I did not make the sauce from scratch. I simply purchased pizza sauce from Kroger. Choose a sauce you like or pull out some whole tomatoes and prepare your own sauce. I chose to save time and purchase my sauce.



I grabbed a few random veggies from my fridge and added a layer of diced squash, mushrooms, olives, and spinach on top of the sauce. Oops!. I actually added a layer of cheese before the veggies and another  layer of cheese after. Add a little pepper and oregano and toss it into the oven at 350 degree.


1. Flatten dough

2. Add sauce

3 Add a layer of cheese, then veggies, then another layer of cheese

5. Sprinkle pepper and oregano and added to the oven at about 350 degrees for about 15-20 min.

That's pretty much it. It was a fairly simple meal and it was delicious. Enjoy!