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Kids and grown-ups will flip over this cool new way to make pizza! You can use the suggested topping combos or make your own!
Instead of pizza dough, this rustic, deep dish-style pizza is built on polenta, making it gluten-free. You’ll need a 9-inch cake pan or spring form pan or a rectangular 8-inch x 12-inch pan to prepare it.
There are even veggies in the crust of this whole new way to make pizza!
Grilling isn’t just for hamburgers and hot dogs – try these grilled pizzas!
Rach uses a terrific Tuscan trio of spinach, beans and cheese to create this version of a calzone. Serve with a salad for a light meal or alone as a snack or appetizer.
No need to pick up pizza when you can make this quick and easy recipe for a schoolnight dinner.
I made this for my 6-year-old friend Matthew. He visited me on the show and is severly allergic to dairy and peanut butter. But he sure likes this burger, so I thought I would share it with you.
You’ll need a 3-inch round cookie cutter with sharp edges to make these pizzas.
Try making this exotic, but easy, taste sensation with kids. Encourage them to try the yummy salty-sweet combo of ham and pineapple. –RR
Look – little ladybugs! As fun to eat as they are to make, and they’re cute, too! Who knew bugs could be so tasty?